Dogo's side currently boasts only three wins, four draws and eight losses as of week 15.
Kwara United's head coach Kabiru Dogo has stated that his team would need to fight harder should they maintain their place in the Nigeria Premier Football League (NPFL) next season.
After 15 matches - and with three games to the end of the regular season - the Harmony Boys are placed in 8th in Group A of the 2023 season, just points off relegation places.
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Former Super Eagles coach Austine Eguavoen believes he has missed a lot after watching the semifinals of the NPFL LaLiga U-15 Promises.
So far, they've failed to win any of their last five NPFL fixtures.
The most important thing is to survive, Dogo says
Speaking on his team's chances in the top flight, Dogo stated that remaining in the league was achievable, although it was something his players would have to take seriously.
“The most important thing for us now is to manage and survive. It’s a tough league,” the tactician said according to a report by Daily Post.
“I believe we will get it right, manage and finish well; then, we can plan for another season. We just need the support of everyone involved to achieve this feat,” Dogo added.
Kwara United to play Plateau United next
Dogo's side currently boasts of only three wins, four draws and eight losses as of week 15 of the 2023 season. The last time they recorded a win was on matchday 10 against relegation-threatened El-Kanemi Warriors.
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Their final matches of the season will see Dogo's side attempt to save themselves from relegation by defeating Plateau United, Nasarawa United and Remo Stars.
The Ilorin club will on Saturday, take on 4th-placed Plateau United at their adopted home ground, the Akure Sports Complex.
Kwara United will after that, wrap up their 2023 campaign with games against Nasarawa United and Remo Stars.