Tornadoes blame spirits for poor form

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Nigeria Premier League side, Niger Tornadoes, have attributed their poor home form to spiritual attack.

Media Officer of the club, John Adams, revealed this to after the team failed to end their goal drought at home against Enugu Rangers.

The team has been unable to win a match at home since their 1-0 victory over Dolphins on match day five.

Two successive barren draws have followed against Sunshine Stars (match day seven) and Bukola Babes (match day nine), respectively.

Tornadoes couldn’t break the jinx in Saturday’s match day 13 action; as a determined 10-man Rangers side shared the points without Chinedu Sunday, who was expelled after a second booking.

Ironically, Tornadoes have scored seven goals during road trips to emerge as the team with the best away goal record.

“The team is under attack. It’s difficult to believe that a team that has scored seven goals away from home can’t even score one goal at home in the last six matches. It’s obvious that some people are after us, but we will overcome.

“Management will not be forced to change any decision taken so far. This management inherited the team at a difficult time and recorded significant results to change the situation. We won’t succumb to external forces,” the club’s media officer, John Adams told after Saturday’s draw with Rangers, Adams equally identified the unstable financial situation as another reason for the poor performance.

“Accumulated match bonuses are yet to be paid, but we hope the situation improves soon,” Adams said.
Tornadoes have scored only two goals at home with seven recorded on the road. Two goals each were scored at Zamfara United and Plateau United, while the team has also scored one goal each at 3SC, Heartland and Lobi Stars.
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