Edo 2021 Festival Is Another Stepping Stone In My Football Career – Noah Salaudeen

Posted on January 9, 2021

Ahead of the upcoming National Sports Festival, coming up, 14th February, 2021, a player of the Lagos State football team, Salaudeen Noah, has stated that his main target is to work very hard so as to enable him to earn a place in the Lagos State first football team.

Noah Salaudeen said this after a goalless draw between his Lagos State team and Joy Cometh FC (NNL side) at Agege.

Both teams really gave a good account of themselves as Joy Comet FC came close to scoring in the 12th minutes through Damilola Johnson. Some scoring chances were also missed by Team Lagos to end the first half goalless situation.

The second half was dominated by Team Lagos while Ikorodu team’s defence was superb throughout the encounter. A well-deserved penalty which Team Lagos should have converted was missed by Joseph Edeh in 72nd minutes when he sent the ball to a wide range to end the tie in a barren draw.

Speaking after the match, Noah Salaudeen, an amazing bright football talent who play as an attacker for Buruj Sports Academy in Lagos, stated that his target is to put more effort in both training and matches while he remain focused.

“Today’s match tempo was very high and I was able to gain one or two things to add to my knowledge.”
“I’ve put in my best over the years to get my career to this state. With a lot of exposure and outings I’ve gained since my tender age, I’ve remained focused and confident with a strong belief that having encountered a lot while I was in London; I’ve been to Borehamwood FC, Fulham FC, Millwall FC, Barnet FC for Football trials.”

“I have also participated in series of International Tournaments i.e. English and Welsh International Super Cup in United Kingdom through my team, Buruj Sports Academy.”

“I realised that God’s time is the best in everything we do. I will keep doing my best and work hard for 2021 Edo Festival while representing Lagos Festival team amidst other amazing talents.”

“I’ll like to commend our coaches and technical crew for a wonderful job as they strive to bring out the best in every players with a unique approach and desiring atmosphere. Kudos to them for a good job!” Noah Salaudeen concluded.

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