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MFM topples Plateau United MFM topples Plateau United For the first in the 14 weeks old Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), Plateau unit­ed lost the battle to the summit when Stephen Odey grabbed a brace mid­week as MFM beat Rivers United 2-1 in a rescheduled week 8 clash. The goal which also saw Odey’s tally to 12 means that the Olukoya boys now occupy the first position with 27 points as against Plateau United’s 24 after 14 matches. The fight for the top position will however shift to the venues like Jos, Gombe and Maiduguri, where re­sults of the week 15 games could fur­ther change the table. While Plateau United will seek all possible forms and actions to shoot down Abubakar Bukola Sara­ki (ABS) FC in a table toppers clash that could return them to the sum­mit in Jos, Coach Fidelis Ilechukwu will lead a solid MFM side to con­front troubled Coach Manu Gar­ba and his Gombe United lads in Gombe. In Maiduguri, Coach Ladan Bosso will be expected to file out a killer squad as his third placed El kane mi warriors seek a convinc­ing win over visiting Lobi Stars of Makurdi. A win against the Makur­di side could see the Desert warriors in contention for the top spot. The NPFL star match for the week will however be in Port Har­court where wounded Rivers Unit­ed could seek a consolatory win over former champions, Enyimba of Aba, while Abia warriors will play host to Kano Pillars at the Umuahia town­ship stadium. Nnewi based FC Ifeanyi Ubah will also take football war to Uyo where the Godswill Akpabio stadium will host a high profile league game. Both sides would put in an extra best as they all need the important points to reposition on the table, just as katsi­an United fans would be treated to another high profile football when Katsina United battles Rangers In­ternational at the karkanda stadium.


MFM topples Plateau United

For the first in the 14 weeks old Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), Plateau unit­ed lost the battle to the summit when Stephen Odey grabbed a brace mid­week as MFM beat Rivers United 2-1 in a rescheduled week 8 clash.
The goal which also saw Odey’s tally to 12 means that the Olukoya boys now occupy the first position with 27 points as against Plateau United’s 24 after 14 matches.
The fight for the top position will however shift to the venues like Jos, Gombe and Maiduguri, where re­sults of the week 15 games could fur­ther change the table.
While Plateau United will seek all possible forms and actions to shoot down Abubakar Bukola Sara­ki (ABS) FC in a table toppers clash that could return them to the sum­mit in Jos, Coach Fidelis Ilechukwu will lead a solid MFM side to con­front troubled Coach Manu Gar­ba and his Gombe United lads in Gombe.
In Maiduguri, Coach Ladan Bosso will be expected to file out a killer squad as his third placed El kane mi warriors seek a convinc­ing win over visiting Lobi Stars of Makurdi. A win against the Makur­di side could see the Desert warriors in contention for the top spot.
The NPFL star match for the week will however be in Port Har­court where wounded Rivers Unit­ed could seek a consolatory win over former champions, Enyimba of Aba, while Abia warriors will play host to Kano Pillars at the Umuahia town­ship stadium.
Nnewi based FC Ifeanyi Ubah will also take football war to Uyo where the Godswill Akpabio stadium will host a high profile league game. Both sides would put in an extra best as they all need the important points to reposition on the table, just as katsi­an United fans would be treated to another high profile football when Katsina United battles Rangers In­ternational at the karkanda stadium.
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