*Chinonso Udeh handed number 11 at FC Taraba *Dolphins defender wants the Federation Cup in Port Harcourt
Wing-back Chinonso Udeh left the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium for the North-eastern part of the country on 'his choice,' according to SL10
Udeh spent most of the season on bench as he was regarded as a surplus requirement by the coach John Obuh.
“It was my choice to join FC Taraba. This is a challenge that excites me and I am ready to meet the challenge.''
Udeh has been handed the number 11 and he could file out against Enugu Rangers in the NPFL on Wednesday.
Dolphins defender Jonathan Zikiye wants the Federation Cup in the cabin deck of the Port Harcourt based club.
Zikiye who was in the Bayelsa team of 2011 that narrowly lost out in the Fed Cup expressed optimism that they would win the tournament this year.
"I'm glad to play in the final with Dolphins, but my desire is to win the title after losing in 2011.
"It's good to be in the final in my first season with Dolphins. I look forward to winning titles,'' he told Supersport
They play Heartland in the NPFL week 21 on Wednesday in Port Harcourt.
Emordi is shocked that his Kano Pillars team has started poorly in the second round of the NPFL season
The team did not lose in the Week 20 match against Sunshine Stars, however, they struggled, and the coach maintains his displeasure
"I'm happy we didn't lose that match to Sunshine. That was our first match in Kano and it was a difficult match.
"The fans showed their displeasure because we weren't doing well. It's just natural because they love the club,'' Emordi told Supersports.
They play Giwa FC in the NPFL on Wednesday and the team has been urged by the Media Officer of the team Idris Malikawa to go all out against Giwa, ensuring them that the government is behind the 'Sai Masu Gida'.