Rivers Wrestler reassures on the preparation of 2022

Former Rivers State football star, Christian Isaac believes that Rivers United Football have a better chance of not only going places but also winning the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) trophy this year , if only the technical team led by Stanley Eguma will not. rest on their oars to continue to exploit the skills observed in the players of the team.
Making the remark on the sideline at Adokiye Amiesimaka, Stadium, Port Harcourt last Saturday after watching Rivers United FC battle Wikki Tourists of Bauchi 3-0 in Week 12 of the NPFL game, Isaac noted that ‘there was no doubt that Rivers United players were good in all areas of the game except that it behooves the coaching office to do more to read match reports very well in order to make the necessary changes to the game. ‘due date.
“Although Coach Eguma is doing well, but my argument is that he can do better by harnessing the great footballing skills of the players who are preparing and looking forward to returning to the continent this year.”
Responding to questions later, Isaac admitted the level of the Nigerian league had improved this year but decided something had to be done to see how interest in the English Premier League among Nigerian football fans might be somewhat understated.
“Really, Nigerian league players are poorly paid and I can assure you that if a lot of money is pumped into the Nigerian league today, one would not be surprised to see the boys playing their hearts out to the admiration of the fans who will attract sponsors, to come to invest in the championship game,” he said.
He nevertheless instructed the Rivers United players to strive even though all eyes are on them to see how they could maintain their good run in the current league until the end of the season.
“Believe me, if the players at Rivers United continue to play well, people will surely be pushed to come forward to appreciate them and the boys will also have a better chance of getting invites out of the country to ply their trade. with big clubs,” said the footballer. expert added.

Robert J. King