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Newly promoted side in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), Remo Stars have said their quest is to avoid relegation the country’s top flight league.
After two games without a win, the Sagamu-based club have set their sights on finishing 16th on the log.
General Manager of the team, Adams Ekene revealed that finishing 16th and escaping relegation was the team’s target.
Remo Stars, a team owned by businessman Kunle Soname, a man who has the largest share at Portuguese club UD Ferense, are yet to win a game in the NPFL.
Evidence of that has been seen in the sponsorship the team got in Bet9ja, a betting outfit that donated a brand new Marcopolo bus to the team to ensure that traveling for away matches becomes less stressful.
Remo Stars is coached by former assistant coach of the successful Nigerian U-17 team, Nduka Ugbade. They lost 2-1 to Gombe United in their second NPFL fixture.
 

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