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Ojo promises clean sheet against Rovers

Crown FC goalkeeper, Ayo Ojo has said he will maintain a clean sheet against NNL Matchday 7 opponents, Unicem Rovers at the Soun Township Stadium, Ogbomoso.

The Ogbomoso-based side secured three points on the road at Prime FC on Matchday 6 in Ibadan going into this weekend's tie.

Ojo said his side are determined to widen the gap at the top by going for an emphatic win against the visiting Calabar-based side.

"I won't let in any goal that's the decision we goalkeepers have vowed to keep. We usually take extra trainings to ensure we concede less goals and we're ready to maintain it even against Unicem Rovers this weekend.

"We want to secure promotion to the Premier League at the end of the season, we're always prepared for our games.

"Three points against Unicem are non-negotiable, we need the three points to extend our lead at the top to 15 points.

"The game won't be easy but we're ready to give it whatever it takes to secure the three points at stake," he said to supersport.com.

Crown lead NNL Division B on 12 points against Unicem Rovers' 11points.


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