Sharks, Dolphins Waking Up From Slumber

Port Harcourt sides, Sharks and Dolphins might be waking up from their slumber to escape relegation waters, playing in week 28 in the GLO Nigeria Professional Football League, the Port Harcourt sides recorded the 3 maximum points in their matches. Dolphins beat Bayelsa United 2-0 while Sharks defeated Kano Pillars 1-0. All matches were played at the Sharks stadium, as double header with these results; Dolphins are poised to comfortable escape relegation waters, if the team can only sustain the tempo in the remaining nine (9) matches to the conclusion of the season, for Sharks, the team has to do more of winning in all their matches, both away and home. The best Sharks can do at this material time is to win more points in all matches than to draw, either on the road or at home.

This is the only sure formular that can rescue Sharks in this season to escape relegation. For Dolphins, the team looks determined and set to leave relegation zone with the current sighing of her players.

While Dolphins have rearranged itself to escape relegation by signing good new players, sister side, Sharks went for low profile Academy players, because they are economical with available resources to sign good players to beef up the team, particularly the attack.

Sharks as it is, do not have a striker, who could be of hope to Rivers football lovers to convert a good goal bound move to goal, which has been the basic wahala of Sharks. The secondment of Christian Pyagbara to the U-23 team has not also helped Sharks, as he is the only goal getter in the team.

A team build around one attacker or scorer do suffer never recording positive result. And the end result is relegation at the end of the season. ###

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