ASQ Football Club today defeated Police Machine FC by a lone goal in the quarter-final of the ongoing Kwara Super League competition, and hopes the team has gathered enough experience to go all the way to win the trophy.
The Team Manager and Scouting Manager, Michael Frempong, while briefing newsmen after the quarter- final encounter decided at the Main-Bowl of the Kwara State Stadium Complex said that the team was assembled in less than two months, but is making tremendous impact in the competition.
The team opened their campaign from Group C, defeating Phoenix Flayers 2-0 in their first game. They also defeated Oke-Ose FC 3-1, and drew 2-2 with Gnosis Stallion FC, to lead the group into the Second Round.
ASQ FC defeated Waziri FC 2-1 in the Second Round, before picking the semi-final ticket following their triumph against Police Machine.
Also this morning, Oke-Kudu FC defeated Okaa Sports 4-3 on penalties, after the crucial regulation time ended one-goal apiece, to pick semi-final ticket.
32 teams registered to participate in the Super League, which is a direct qualifiers for the preliminaries for the NLO Play-off.
According to Frempong, ASQ FC has garnered enough experience to go to the finals, even as he praised the players, officials as well as the sponsors of the team for their support and understanding.
He also commended the State FA for encouraging an enabling atmosphere in the competition, adding that such a gesture will ensure that the champion will emerge on merit.
Frempong also said that the club is promoting the GPS Tracker, which is helping the Scouting arm to monitor general performance of the players.
The GPS Tracker is being used to monitor the sprint distance, hit map, impact and top speed of individual players during every game.