Friday, January 29, 2010


The management of JUTH FC of Jos rose from a meeting on Friday and took a decision to give the players of the team three matches to perform to expectation and return to winning ways or face stiffer sanctions.
JUTH FC Management express their displeasure over the lacadesical attitude of players on the field despite taking care of them.

"The management are not happy with the way our players play matches, they have to return to winning ways and get serious with the matches, we are given them three matcvhes to perform or get more sanctions, we are taking good care of them, with good welfare packages that we pay as at when due, they have to justify the investment on them by showing it on the field, what these players get as pay monthly and sign opn fee, so many premier legaue players in Nigeria does not get that" Media officer said.

Monday, January 25, 2010


JUTH FC that have been on the top spot of the National league division 1 A table since week three have said they are not moved by their slip into the second placed after the week 11 round of matches.
This was the words from the team's media officer, Olusola Alao, he said the position is not a source of worry to the Jos based team as he believe they will return to the top after playing their two home games which was put on hold by the recent crisis that rock Jos.

He said "We have been on the top from week 3, and we want to remain till league finish, but that was not to be because we could not play two games because of our opponent indebtedness to NFF and Jos crisis, we will return to the top by the time we play both games against Mighty Jets and El Kanemi warriors on our home ground. We are just a point adrift of Babanawa who have a game at hand against Mighty Jets in Jos, Promotion is our target and we will get it"

On when the team will start playing games, Alao said he can't say for now but said that will be soonest as normalcy have return to Jos.

He said "Things are getting back to normal in Jos after the crisis, I can't say when we will start playing games, our players and officials are just getting back to normal after witnessing the crisis but we thank God none of us was affected like it was in the previous ones, but we will get back to training soonest as situation is return to normal in Jos"

Friday, January 15, 2010


Football fans will be treated to a superb football artistry on Saturday when National league division 1A leader, JUTH FC play away to city rival, Plateau United in week 10 fixtures.

This encounter will be the first out of the six debut to be played in Jos among all the three teams, JUTH FC, Plateau United and MIghty Jets.
In his words, JUTH FC Captain Babawo Mohammed said they are focused on winning the game to consolidate on their position on the log.

He said "It is not going to be an easy game, but we need not to lose the game, we are going for the three maximum points, I know Plateau United too will be gunning for that, but we are prepared to match them in all department, our target is the promotion ticket and we see no team as obstacle, our fans should come to the stadium and support us"