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Adeyemi FC vows to maintain a winning Run in IFC League, Coach Drey Emphasizes Consistency

Adeyemi FC

Ganiyu Muftau


Driven by Coach Kolawole Emmanuel, known as “Coach Drey,” Adeyemi FC remains determined to extend their winning streak and maintain their strong position in the ongoing Ibadan Football Council (IFC) league.

During a training session on Monday, Coach Drey addressed his players, emphasizing the crucial need for continued focus and excellence. He commended their performance in recent matches but stressed that complacency could hinder their success.

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“We’ve achieved great results so far, and I’m incredibly proud of your efforts,” Coach Drey acknowledged. “However, in the competitive world of football, settling for past achievements is detrimental. We must constantly strive for improvement and maintain our pursuit of victory in every match.”

Looking ahead to their upcoming game against YK Abass FC on Sunday, May 12th, Coach Drey urged his team to push beyond draws and aim for a decisive win. He also expressed his gratitude to the club’s president, Mr. Abiodun Adeyemi, for his unwavering support, vowing to continue exceeding expectations.

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With six wins, two losses, and one draw in nine IFC league matches, Adeyemi FC is poised to solidify their position with another victory on Sunday. The match will take place at 2 PM at Olubadan Stadium in Ibadan, with the entire team committed to delivering a winning performance.

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