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BY: OLATOYE OLAWALE 


Revenge mission, that is exactly how best to describe the quest of Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) of Ibadan, when they take on Nnewi United in a NNL Group B1 Matchday fourteen face off on Sunday.

The Oluyole Warriors were cruising on in a fashionable manner, winning all their previous eight matches prior to the game against Nnewi United, before having that run halted by the Anaedo Lions.


Okereke Mmaduabuchi scored an 87th minute goal in the matchday nine encounter decided at the Rojenny Stadium, Oba, on Saturday, March 27, 2021, to end Shooting Stars' winning streak. 


The Ibadan soccer lords have since got back on track but losing in such a manner still hurts, hence, the players and their officials surely, would be determined to pay back the visitors in their own coin, come Sunday at the Dipo Dina Stadium.

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Apart from going for a revenge against the visitors, Shooting Stars will also aim at returning to winning ways on their adopted home ground, having being held to a 1-1 draw on the turf by Ekiti United in a matchday ten pairing, penultimate Sunday.


The coach Edith Agoye led technical crew will parade a killer squad to go for the kill right from the blast of the referee's whistle, as the Oluyole Warriors, still basking in the euphoria of last Sunday's win over Vandrezzer FC in Lagos, hope to continue with their good run in the campaign.


However, that is not to say the visitors would be an easy nut to crack, as the Anaedo Lions, with that singular feat of being the only team to have beaten the Stars so far, will want to prove that their first round win was not a fluke after all.
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