Rivers
Angels captain, Charity John is upbeat her side will gather the three
points in Wednesday’s League match against Ibom Angels.

The
game at the Yakubu Gowon Stadium will see Angels gaffer, Edwin Okon
lead his girls against face his former assistant coach, Ogbonda Whyte
who joined Ibom Angels after seven years with him.

According
to John, Whyte knows the team too well but she assured fans that they
will approach Wednesday’s game with different tactics.

He
knows us very well as he is our former coach,” Charity said.

“Whyte
knows what we’re capable of doing and I know he will be telling his
girls how to mark us.

But
we will play with a different formation, one he hasn’t seen us play
with before,” the skipper added.

In
the reverse fixture, Ibom Angels forward, Charity Reuben had to score
from the spot in added time to force the league champions to a 1-1
draw.

Speaking
further, John said she was confident that her side will get all
maximum points in this midweek fixture.

We
were in front when we went away to them and they had to come from
behind to earn a draw.

Come
Wednesday we are getting nothing short of victory. I believe we can
beat them here in Port-Harcourt,” she added.

John
equally urged all football fans in Port Harcourt to come out in their
numbers to cheer the team to victory.

The
turnout last week was encouraging and I believe they would do better
this Wednesday.

We’ve
been making the state proud, so I’m assuring them that we won’t
relent. They should come out in their numbers to throw their support
behind us against Ibom Angels,” she concluded.

Rivers
Angels top group A with 15 points while Ibom Angels are 5th on 8
points.

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