Bayelsa Queens manager Moses Aduku insists he is still optimistic at the NWFL Premiership giants look to shrug off a poor run of form in the ongoing Super 6 Competition at the Otunba Dipo Dina International Stadium, Ijebu-ode.
The ‘Gloryland’ girls drew their first game against Sunshine Queens, before shockingly losing 2-0 to Lagos based side, FC Robo Queens on tuesday afternoon.
Aduku, whose team was on top of the log, before the league was halted for the Super 6, told www.thenwfl.com, that despite the shortcomings and slow start to the Super 6, his team will keep fighting until they get it right.
“We knew it wasn’t going to be a bed of roses, every team that came to the Super 6 aren’t pushovers. FC Robo Queens got their chances and took them.
“We didn’t play well, the way we should and it’s a lesson to all of us, as we will keep pushing until we get the results required from us. We need to improve towards our next game and show the qualities we posses.
Bayelsa Queens are presently bottom on the Super 6 log and will face familiar rival and neighbor Rivers Angels in the first game on thursday morning.