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Millionaires vow to win Super Four



Federation cup holders, Heartland have vowed to emerge champions of the ongoing Super Four in Kano.

The tournament which began on Wednesday will be concluded on Saturday at the Sani Abacha Stadium, Kofarmata, Kano.

Heartland started their campaign on a winning note beating champions, Kano Pillars 1-0 but were forced to a 2-2 draw by Enugu Rangers in their second duel.

The club's midfielder, Yau Hassan said to supersport.com in Kano that Lobi Stars who will be their final foes on Saturday would have to face the effect of their draw with Rangers on Thursday.

“I believe it was glaring that we were robbed on Thursday and there would be no mercy for Lobi Stars today (Saturday) if the officiating would be fair.

“Poor officiating forced us to a draw in our last game against Rangers and I would not want that to repeat itself,” the former ABS man told supersport.com in Kano.

Saturday final Super Four fixtures

Heartland v Lobi Stars (1pm)

Kano Pillars v Enugu Rangers (3pm)



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