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ABS vow to beat 3SC



ABS' technical adviser, Kabir Dogo has confirmed his wards' readiness to face 3SC in a two leg friendlies duel on Tuesday and Thursday next week respectively.

The friendlies will serve as a build up for both premier League sides as they continues with their preparations for the coming 2012/13 NPL season fixed for February 16.

The first leg will come up at the Kwara State Stadium, Ilorin while the return leg holds at the Lekan Salami Stadium, Ibadan.

Azeez Shobowale is expected to lead 3SC attack against his former team, ABS while ABS' striker, Abiodun Sala will also have the opportunity to face the Ibadan-based club where he started his Premier League career.

Dogo, 35, however disclosed to supersport.com that the friendlies would be used to ascertain the fitness level of his wards before heading to a 10-day closed camp in Lokoja.

“I have recruited 25 players that will do the job for me next season in the Premier League and it will help me to get one or two things before we enter camp. 3SC would not survive,” Dogo told supersport.com.

The players registered by ABS are as follows

Goalkeepers: Soliu Sulaiman, Usman Jonah, Ibrahim Wasiu, Walbe David.

Defenders: Kadiri Bolaji, Ajanah Chinedu, Enemi Umoru, Fade Adebayo, Idris Aloma, Onigbari Akeem, Abubakar Yusuf, Omolayo Ibrahim.

Midfielders: Stone Iyke, Kingsley Onovo, Ofili Christian, Kadiri Aminu, Lordson Ichull, Zenke Thomas, Sulaiman Ismail.

Strikers: Alamayo Funsho, Audu Akeem, Ibrahim Abdulahi, Sunday Raimi, Rahman Bashir, Abiodun Sala.



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