Exhibit high sense of professionalism, Ogunbote charges 3SC players
By Oviri Kelvin, Sports Editor
The newly appointed head coach of Shooting Stars Soccer Club, Gbenga Ogunbote has urged the players to exhibit a high sense of professionalism, on and off the pitch.
Ogunbote, who was recently unveiled by the management of Oluyole Warriors, said this during his first address to the players at the Pitch A of the Dipo Dina Stadium, Ijebu-Ode.
The coach on Wednesday insisted that the players must justify their presence in the team as they work towards fulfilling the huge expectations of the government, management and fans of 3SC.
According to a statement by the club, Oluyole Warriors kick-started their “preparations for the upcoming season on a smooth note with our newly unveiled Technical Adviser, Gbenga Ogunbote, taking charge.”
“With some of our retained players on ground, joined by some of the players invited for the pre-season activities, “Oracle” as coach Ogunbote is popularly called, took time off to officially welcome the players and other officials to the first training session,” 3SC added.
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Earlier during his address, the former Remo Stars’ gaffer welcomed the new additions to the 3SC squad and urged them to get ready for the task ahead.
Meanwhile, Oluyole Warriors recently parted ways with coach Edith Agoye after they narrowly escaped being relegated to the Nigeria National League (NNL) but now aim to return to the qualifying spot for continental football.
Moreover, the new 3SC boss will be assisted by coaches Abimbola Lawal, and Abayomi Adigun as well as the goalkeeper’s coaches, Kola Ige and John Dosu in next season’s campaign.
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