Kano Pillars' Balarie eyes victory over Enugu Rangers

The Sai Masu Gida boys recorded a setback in their quest for top four finish and the gaffer has blamed the officials for their loss in Calabar

Following their loss to Niger Tornadoes, Kano Pillars assistant coach, Kabiru Balarie insists his side are targeting victory against Enugu Rangers.

After losing three games in a row, the Masu Gida will face the Flying Antelopes in a rescheduled game and the gaffer is optimistic they can put an end to their poor form.

"We must put Tornadoes defeat behind us and prepare for our game against Enugu Rangers. Our hope is to win in Enugu," Balarie told Goal.

“Since we lost in Lokoja, our focus is now on how to pick three points against Rangers. We know it possible and we will be set for them.

"It is not a disappointment for us losing three games in a row. That's football. We have to strategies and by the time we can win three straight games.

"Kano Pillars is no small team. The league is just half-way gone and I'm sure we will adjust during the mid season break."

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