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Nembe City coach insists club won’t suffer relegation


Nembe City coach, John Aranka is confident his side will avoid relegation at the close of the 2013/14 Glo Premier League season.
The Nembe-based side sit at the base of the 20-team elite league log on 16 points from a possible 57 at the close of first stanza hostilities.
The side are expected to restart the second stanza campaign against Sunshine Stars on Sunday in Akure.
Aranka said the task of pulling the side out of the woods looks insurmountable but with the new additions to the squad the seemingly tough hurdle will be subdued.[eap_ad_2]
“The toughest task facing us right now is how to permanently get the side out of the relegation zone.
“That’s the task before us as we get ready for the commencement of the second stanza of the season on Sunday.
“The task looks insurmountable but to us it is achievable with the quality of players in our fold.
“We’ve pencilled down few experienced players to boost the squad and once we’re done with their clearance they’re sure to bring added value to our survival campaign.
“I’m confident Nembe City will maintain its status in the Premier League next season,” said Aranka to supersport.com.
Aranka assured his side will not comeback empty-handed from their trip to Akure on Sunday.
“Our plan is to pick, at least, a point at Sunshine Stars. Avoiding defeat will boost our morale going into the next matches.
“The players have promised to give their very best in the game so we’re hopeful to start the second term on good note more so now we’ve no business with the Federation Cup,” Aranka said.
Nembe City’s Cup ambition in the Federation Cup was cut short by Cup holders, Enyimba in the round of 16 tie in Akure. (supersport.com)[eap_ad_3]

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