Thursday, January 20, 2011


JUTH FC Media Officer, Olusola Alao is optimistic his team will beat visiting Sunshine Stars of Akure when they trade tackles at Ranchers bees stadium, Kaduna on Friday.

JUTH FC was relocated to Kaduna for its home games due to the civil unrest that rocked the city of Jos, Plateau state, but Alao said Kaduna is a home to JUTH FC as they have not lost a game there before, he believe his team will build on previous good display they have put up at the stadium.

HE said "We have not lost any game in Kaduna since we have been playing in Premier league, even against Kaduna United, we have played FA Cup there as well winning convincingly, so Sunshine Stars will have their stars dim on Friday because we will beat them, we are building on our previous outing at the ground and we will definitely win them, we have been preparing well for the game and we will come out victorious, our players and mentally, physically fit for the game"

Thursday, January 13, 2011


JUTH FC of Jos has picked Ranchers bees stadium, Kaduna as the venue of its home matches as directed by NPL.

The NPL board asked JUTH nad Plateau United to pick alternate venue for their home games due to the crisis that have bedevil the town since the Christmas eve bombing in the city.

Plateau United have equally choose Nnamdi Azikwe stadium , Enugu.


Jos crisis has greatly affected JUTH FC of Jos as the team have not been able to implement its training programmes to the later since the Christmas eve bombing and the subsequent fracas that erupted in the city and environ.

JUTH FC Media officer Olusola Alao said some of the team's players who are scared of the retruning to Jos due to the crisis after the expiration of the Xmas break are yet to join the team while those that are in town refuse to come out for training.

He said "We have been seriously affected by the crisis that erupted in Jos since the eve of xmas, our training scheduled has been halted as some of our players who were scared of returning to Jos are yet to return to the fold, Those that are in town since that time have been psychologically traumatized and afraid of coming out for training, imagine our last training was before Xmas. We thank God that the few of our boys that fled Jos have responded well and agreed to now join those in jos for training'

Inspite of these,the technical crew led by Coach Tunde Abdulrahman and the players promised to do their best to get positive results on both home and away games.

the Vice chairman of the team, Malam Isa Mailafiya laments that the unfortunate crisis happened just when the team had rediscovered its winning ways and formula.

He also lament the extra cost and inconveniences playing its home matches away from home will cause.

He however pray for quick return of peace, harmony and nomalcy to return to Jos so that the team can return back to Rwang pam stadium soon.

Friday, January 7, 2011


The week 10 match between Lobi stars and JUTH FC of Jos which will take place on Sunday in Jalingo will be a cracker if feelers from JUTH FC camp are anything to go bye.

JUTH FC Media Officer, Olusola Alao has assure the club fans that the team will do well in the season and that they are taking the battle to their host, Lobi Stars in Jalingo to see that they get a positive result form the match.

He said “No match in the league is an easy game but we are set for a real battle against Lobi, we are not happy with our current position but we are set to better are lots in te league, we have lost only one game away out of four played, that will be a motivational factor for us and we want to continue doing well as we won our last game against Heartland. Our boys have resumed as directed and we have been training well ahead of the game. We are going into the match against Lobi Stars on Sunday to get a positive result. I am sure we will definitely do well in the league this season, our fans a nd supporters should not panic”

Alao also urge the club fans to keep faith in the team and keep supporting the team for a successful campaign in the on going season.