The Executive Governor of Kwara State, Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq yesterday approved the taking over of Delta Force FC slot in the Nigeria Professional Football League for Kwara United FC.
The agreement to take over Delta Force was concluded today in Delta State, as the Chairman of the club, Clement Olakumbi Titiloye expressed gratitude to His Excellency for bringing joy and added economic value to stakeholders of the game in Kwara State.
Delta Force officially acquired Kada City of Kaduna state before the star of the current Premier League season, and may be finding it difficult adjusting to the rhythm in the top flight.
The deal was sealed today, after a thorough discussion between the management of the two sides in Delta State, with the General Manager of Kwara United FC, Bashir Badawiy leading the club’s charge in Delta State.
Confirming the development to journalists in Ilorin this evening, the club’s Chairman, Clement Olakumbi Titiloye said that the club is fully aware of the challenge of doing so, adding that it’s a development that the stakeholders will also want to support.
Titiloye therefore commended the state government, under the leadership of Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for the support and encouragement, calling on the stakeholders to adjust to the latest system and challenge.
‘We are conscious of the challenges that will come with this massive decision, but we know it’s a situation that is redeemable, as the NPFL is just starting’, he said.
Delta Force are currently in the 17th position on the NPFL table with four points after five matches, winning just a game, drew one and lost three matches, and with minus five goal difference.