Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries football club (MFM FC), coach, Tony Bolus has laid down a marker ahead of the clash this against FC Ifeanyi Ubah FC (FCIU), this Sunday.
The Olukoya Boys welcome their counterparts from Anambra, FCIU, this weekend in a week two encounter at the Soccer Temple, Agege.
Both teams kicked off their 2019/2020 campaigns on a positive note following victories on the opening day of the new season last weekend.
MFM recorded an impressive away win in Owerri, after a Clement Ugwu goal earned them a 0-1 win over Heartland, now managed by ex-MFM coach, Fidelis Ilechukwu.
For FCIU, it was also a similar result but they defeated Adamawa United at home with Kalu Samuel netting the crucial lone goal.
However, ahead of their fourth meeting in the NPFL, MFM boss, Bolus, has a message for their opponent this weekend, FCIU and other teams coming to the Soccer Temple this season.
According to former Giwa FC coach and assistant coach at Rangers International, clubs coming to the Temple should forget about taking even a point home.
“One thing i can assure Lagos fans is that anyone coming to this place (Soccer Temple) is sure of losing points, ” Bolus exclusively told aclsports.com after their training session on Thursday.
“We are taking our points here (at the Temple), our home is our home. We are not going to compromise, we are getting our three points.”
The match on Sunday will be the fourth between these two, the hosts, MFM, have all the bragging rights heading into the tie as the Olukoya Boys are yet to drop a point against the Anambra Warriors in the previous three matches.
Bolus recently put pen to paper on a three-year deal that will see him stay at the Soccer Temple until the end of 2022.