Doma United winger Samuel Owoku is pleased with the club first season in the Nigeria topflight division football, despite facing some challenges.
The righ-sided forward arrived from Bayelsa United before the start of the season, and has emerged as a key part of manager Akinade Onigbinde’s first choice front trio.
However, Owoku alongside his teammates have endured some tough displays, with the Savannah Tigers losing 2-0 to Abia Warriors on final day, losing their 3rd spot on group B table to Sunshine Stars and finishing 5th.
“I can say that it’s not been a perfect year, because if it were a perfect year we would be among the teams that will be competing for the league title in the Super Six playoffs tournament, but it’s been a year of great learning, because it’s my first in the NPFL, I’m very happy here, I so much feel at home, little by little I’m learning the language and adapting to life here,” Owoku told Lodgexpress.com.
“It’s been a learning season for us all, which will certainly be marked for the rest of our lives. There were moments of learning, sadness, but as I said, a season that will have that taste.
“We still have the Federation Cup, so we will do everything we can to reach the final, win this title.”