'We're not in Enugu for tea party', insists Plateau United's Henwan

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Plateau United chairman, Pius Henwan says that the Peace Keepers plan on getting a positive result over Enugu Rangers so as to extend their lead at the top of the league table.

The Jos side sit atop the league table with 35 points from 18 games.

“We are happy to be on top of the league table but we know that we are not there yet," Henwan told Goal.  

"We are hoping to go to Enugu to get a result that will further extend our lead at the top of the league table.

"We have told the players and the coaches the wishes of Governor Simon Lalong and that of the management of the team. They know that we are not in Enugu for tea party."

 

 

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