Victor and Oche during interview session

Both players were on target for the Olukoya Boys in their 3-1 win over 36Lion in the final of the just concluded 2017 South-West Preseason tourney staged in Lagos, and the midfielder believes their arrival at the Lagos based NPFL outfit will further improve the team’s performance ahead of their continental outing next year.

“Ofcourse, we are settling down well because we already knew most of the players here, so, coming to join them was very easy for us and the style of play was what we were used to in our former team, so, it is very easy for us to adapt,” Oche told media after the final at the Agege Stadium on Friday.

“I don’t think my coming to MFM will affect anybody, even though we play alike, it will be a plus for the team and I don’t believe it’s going to affect anybody.

“Joining them at the time when they are playing in the Caf Champions League will improve the team, though it is not going to be easy, due to the training we’ve been receiving since we got here, and the bonding in the team.

“I don’t think it will be that difficult for us when the competition starts. Especially when it is the first time in a long while a Lagos based team is playing on the continent.” He concluded.

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Meanwhile, former Remo Stars top scorer, Mbaoma insists that he didn’t join the club to replace FC Zurich’s Stephen Odey, but to contribute his quota to the success of the club in all the competition they will be participating at the start of the coming year.

“I don’t feel I’m replacing Odey (Stephen) because he has done his own part, and I’m also here to equally do my own part at the club,” Mbaoma said.

He (Victor Mbaoma) also added that he was battle ready for the Super Six tournament, the preseason tournament that heralds the arrival of the new league season in the country, hoping that they will come out tops at the end of the competition to inform other clubs of their seriousness in their campaign next year.

“I’m very well prepared for the invitational tournament and hopefully by the grace of God, we will get something better from there.” He continued.

When asked if he was ready to replicate his scoring form at his new club, Mbaoma: “Actually, that is my job, I don’t have any other business on the pitch other than to score goals. With the quality of players on ground at the moment, I’m very sure we will go far.

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