Victoria United coach, Njuku Barnabas made an appraisal of his side’s 3-0 win over Buea base side, Continental Football Academy of Buea.
Victoria United of Limbe exchange soccer punches against Continental FA in preparation for the 2020/21 South West Regional league at the Bilingual Grammar school field in Molyko, Buea.
Victoria United Aka “OPOPO” were the better team after 90 minutes as goals from former Buea United forward, Amir Renzo, Sakwe and Makoun Stephane sealed a 3-0 win over the “Gra-Gra” of Continental FA.
Reacting to the win, coach Njuku Barnabas says the win was good for the team and it was really a good observation match.
“It was a good game for us. It was really a good observation match. I think any coach will be satisfied with a win like that. Offensively we were very realistic and I think is a good preparation for us”, Coach Njuku told mysoccer24. com
Concerning the objectives of this season, the former Djiko FC gaffer said the team is still far from that but their main objective still remains Elite 2 football.
“We are far away from that but it does not change the fact that, that is our main objective to first of all make sure we play the Interpool and not only there but make sure we give Elite 2 to our region. So I think our objective is very very clear to represent the region and come back with Elite 2”, he added.
Concerning the appraisal of the opponent, the former Buea United coach said the Buea base side is very a good team but they did not convert their chances.
“Take nothing away from them. I think they are good side, they played very well and it’s a side I always respect. It’s just because we made use of our chances and that is what was our strong point”, he concluded.
Coach Njuku Barnabas replaced Joseph Mbock Maput as Coach of Victoria United after spending close to two seasons with Elite 1 side, Djiko FC of Bandjum.