By Oyediji Oluwaseun Babatunde
Sports Writer, kick442.com Nigeria
2021 Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Premiership second-placed side after week eleven, Delta Queens have promised to deliver good results as the league approaches the halfway mark next week.
In the same vein, players and Management of Delta Queens FC, have also passed a vote of confidence on the leadership style of Chief Tonobok Okowa as they hailed his improved welfare package for the team.
In a post-match interview with the team’s media officer Oris Lilian, the skipper of the side Ihuoma Onuegbu, who spoke on behalf of other players say they have not had it this good in a long while.
Ihuoma who applauded Chief Tonobok Okowa on prompt payment of salaries to the team, said the show of kindness has further spurred the players to give their best because to whom much is given, so much more is expected.
“On behalf of other players I want to strongly pass out a vote of confidence on chief Tonobok Okowa who has been so much of a father to the team.”
“We are very happy as we now promptly get salaries, bonuses, and allowances and we very much will do our best to make it reflect in our performance”.
The coach of the side, Coach Victor Ochei who spoke in the same vain acknowledged Chief Tonobok Okowa’s impact on the team adding that with the prompt payment of salaries, the sports commissioner is strongly complementing the state Governor’s disposition on sports matters amongst its pairs.
“We want to use this opportunity to hail our performing sports commissioner Chief Tonobok Okowa because all our financial needs are being met as at when due ”
” I can authoritatively tell you that the girls are doing well, the camp is bubbling and we are all fully committed to fighting for results as we move on the marathon race of getting to the end of the league ”
It would be recalled that the Chief Tonobok Okowa led sports commission recently paid off all allowances owed the female side and have continued to pay salaries as at when due even as it gifted the team a brand new 29 seater bus.
Delta Queens yet to lose both home and away since matchday five and are now second on the NWFL table and will take on Royal Queens FC in Warri on an away encounter on matchday 13.
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