19 June 2017

Nigeria: Confed Cup - Eunisell Backs Rivers Utd

Eunisell, the official front-of-shirt sponsor of Nigerian side, Rivers United, has charged the Port-Harcourt club to overcome their Ugandan opponents, Kampala City Council Authority, inTuesday's CAF Confederation Cup clash, at the Yakubu Gowon Stadium, Port-Harcourt.

The Nigerians lost the reverse fixture 1-2 in Kampala and require victory to boost their chances of making it to the knock-out stage.

"As front-of-shirt sponsor, Eunisell strongly believes Rivers United can achieve victory, on Tuesday. The interesting aspect of football is the determination to succeed. You have to fight till the end.

"Excellence is our watchword at Eunisell and we believe Rivers United can imbibe same to revive their continental campaign. It is a new beginning and Rivers United can take full control," Eunisell said in statement made available to the media.

Eunisell, a leading global chemical and specialty fluid management company, supplying key products and solutions to a wide base of customers operating in Africa, entered the history books as the first brand to remain front-of-shirt sponsor in the Nigeria Professional Football League for three consecutive seasons.

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