• 23 May 2022 10:35 pm

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TCCG FC (MAJEMU BOYS) CRUISES TO WEEK 4, EARNING 6 POINTS AT NATIONWIDE LEAGUE ONE TOURNAMENT ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

It seems the Omomajemu boys are beginning to pick up steam at the ongoing Nationwide league one tournament games which have already elapsed in week 3 before its kick-off in the first quarter of 2022.
After the nervous setback by Admiralty FC, TCCG FC has gone ahead to further even the downturn, clinching 6 consecutive points from two separate games, restoring their confidence and gradually positioning them in a comfortable spot at the league table.
First, it was a fierce encounter clash between the Ikorodu based club against Valiant FC at their Strong tower derby pitch which ended 3 goals to 2 in favour of TCCG FC on the 27th of March 2022.
The team subsequently took a trip to Oshodi local government for another week 3 encounter on the 8th of April 2022.
On arrival, it was discovered that Yobo FC, the team they were overhauled to clash with waned emerging at the time concocted by the officials for the match to be fiddled.
This made the officials on the ground award a walkover victory to TCCG FC, giving the team an additional 3 points in the ongoing competition.
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According to Bishop Festus Otusanya Omomajemu (founder, TCCG FC), his team is beginning to pick up momentum with both wins, building back their enthusiasm and composure even as they immerse their first Nationwide league one tournament experience.
He continued, “It is a thing of joy that despite our lack of experience in the league, we’re equalling our rivals and living up to expectations in each game played so far. I am excited with our squad as it stands”
“We’ll continue to learn from each round as it unfolds (gazing at our little lapses and errors) and also capitalising on the weakness of each opposition we face”
“Built to succeed, for TCCG FC, It is a learning process that we’re poise to take advantage of each step of the way, our eyes are fixed on the high price which seats at the top of the table and we’ll work towards it more effectively” Bishop Omomajemu surmised
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