Abia Warriors striker has scored 9 NPFL goals for the Umuahia based club this season, but insist that the club’s aspirations are more important than his own goals.
In spite of getting a charge out of a nice goalscoring form, Sunday Adetunji demands that Abia Warriors’ objectives are his top priority. having registered 9 goals in 11 matches so far just 4 goals behind league top scorer Stephen Odey of MFM FC
The former Shooting Stars striker is enthusiastic about helping the Ucendu Babes accomplish their set targets.
Sunday Adetunji speaking to Goal.com said:
“It is my responsibility to score goals because I am a striker but I can’t do it alone, the team has continued to gel and that has made me score more goals,”
“My major priority is to work with the team to meet up with our target, if the goals keep coming for me then that will be a plus. The club’s target first before
“The club’s target first before my personal target is important.
“I scored 10 goals while I was with Shooting Stars last season and it’s just normal for me to aim to score more goals this season,” he added.
“Me scoring more goals will help me club, which for me is the most important thing but personally I will like to also write my name in the history books of my club, Abia Warriors and the league as well.” Adetunji Stated
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