Kennedy Boboye, head coach of Heartland, lauded his players’ tenacity after Sunday’s crucial 1-0 home victory over Akwa United at Dan Anyiam Stadium.

Naze Millionaires’ Chidiebere Ajoku scored the game-winning goal in the first half’s stoppage time.

Getting results that will keep them away from the drop zone as quickly as possible is their objective ahead of following games, according to Boboye and his players, who are not satisfied with their present place on the table.

“The crucial victory has been ours. Boboye told the club’s reporters that they are ready for their next match against Doma United in Gombe now that this is out of the way.

“We are doing well. Everyone on the team deserves a lot of the credit for this. In order to escape our current predicament, we shall keep pressing forward.

On Thursday, another league match will be played between Heartland FC and Doma United.

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