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Coach Fidelis Ilechukwu
Coach Fidelis Illechukwu has being speaking tough and confidently about their week 9 rescheduled Game in Bauchi. The nominee for the February Edition of the League blogger award said they hope for the maximum points in bauchi but we respect the home team because they are a decent and disciplined side. The Bauchi Elephants skipper has said that they are looking towards exploiting the Olukoya Boys' flaw in away fixtures. www.sportflames.com
Ibrahim Mustapha reveals that Wikki Tourists are looking to exploit the weakness of Olukoya Boys when they both clash in Bauchi on Wednesday.
The Olukoya Boys have been impressive so far but have dropped points in away fixtures when they seem to be on course to register a victory or share the spoils. 
And the Bauch Elephants skipper has said that they are looking to pounce on the Lagos side's frailty at the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Stadium as they seek to get their season back on track.

Ibrahim Mustapha
“It doesn’t get tougher than this; playing against a team like MFM FC that are in-form as we speak. They aren’t pushovers, they have shown some unbelievable consistency both at home and on the road, "They have in most cases scored first in away games but then concede late in the match. They still did that recently against Enyimba last weekend. So it's now obvious that we have to be focused through the entire duration of the match. 
"We can't afford to concede early and be under pressure to level, [if such be the case] we shall explore MFM's weakness I pointed out.

"We have looked at them from close range and we must admit that they are in a good form. But we need a win to revitalise our system and that will start from Wednesday when MFM FC visit Bauchi. “The turnout of results for us at Wikki Tourist hasn’t been pleasant at all. We are in a very bad position on the log, which doesn’t speak well of a team that performed very well just last season. www.sportflames.com 
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