Ayoola Set To Return To Remo Stars


•Ayoola: Plans to return to his club

•Ayoola: Plans to return to his club
•Ayoola: Plans to return to his club

Former Remo Stars striker, Ademola Ayoola said he is ready to return to his club after a three-month loan deal with City of David of Lagos, COD, United.

Ayoola left COD United after a persistent knee injury and he has decided to return to his former club, Remo Stars this weekend.

“I was on loan to COD United for three month and I played some matches for the club before I sustained an injury. When managment of COD could cope with my injury travail, they told me to leave the club and go back to my former club,” he said.

The former Aba Warriors player disclosed that now that his injury has gone and he is ready to make a quickly return to Remo Stars. He said Remo Stars is a club that made him what he is today and he will like to return to the club as quickly as possible.

“I have spoken to chairman of Remo Stars, Kunle Soname how I left COD United and he told me that I should come back. It is a great for have the opportunity to return to the club and I believe that my return will be a blessing to the team,” he said.

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Ayoola described Remo Stars boss as a father to him, while he sees other players in the club as a big family. He said Sonawe’s caring attitude, and commitment to the club motivated the players to give their best in the league.

Asked if Remo Stars will gain promotion to the Globacom Sponsored Nigeria Professional League, NPFL from the National League at the end of the season, Ayoola said the club stand a good chance to pick one of the two tickets in the group.

He said Remo Stars have been playing well this season and it will be a huge disappointment if the club fail to gain promotion at the end of the day.

“We are number four in the table and we still have some matches to play. I strongly believe that if we can win all our home matches and pick one away win, we will secure one of the two tickets available for the group at the end of the season,” he said.

—Sunday Akintoye

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