“We are prepared and as soon as we get the full fixtures on Wednesday, you’ll see a better team from us.
“I also believe that Group D is the Group of death, from Benedi United to Port Harcourt City to Glodek to McJEf, it’s a tough one,” Olisa said.
He also described his group that has Jike FC, Port Harcourt City Panthers, Rivers United Academy and Fountain FC as tough nuts to crack.
“We just need ten points from that group and we will be good,” the CEO said.
He also urged other foreign based Nigerian footballers to create avenues for the youth to be busy.
Olisa says he believes it will be a credible tournament that starts tomorrow in Port Harcourt.
“If other international players can organize credible tournaments like this then things will be better.
“I believe this will be credible because I have seen the caliber of people organizing it. It is a good one for grassroots football in Rivers State,” Olisa said.
He described group D as the toughest in the competition.
Meanwhile, coach Odumo Owolabi of the Abduljelil Ajagun Academy has been full of praises for Brown Ideye for sponsoring the competition.
“I have to thank him (Ideye) for bringing this competition for the grassroots to show their talent. I will surely go back home and prepare my players for it,” Owolabi said.
Owolabi would not agree there is a group of death and showed encomiums on his team.
“I am not afraid of anyteam. After I went to Bayelsa last week and beat them 2-0. I am happy with what I have seen so far and the organisers are so transparent.”