Of course, that had something to do with the shock appointment of former 96 Champions boss, Adiro Olayinka by Atlantic ahead of the matchday.
Olayinka shocked the LigaSFL world when he revealed via his social media account that he had left the Red Aces and days later, he had signed for God’s Own Team.
So, with Atlantic set to take on Dannaz, the whole drama around Adiro heightened the hype and expectations around what was indeed the biggest game of the day.
But to the utter disappointment of everyone at the Cappa Ground, the match failed to live up to billing as both clubs played out a rather dull goalless draw to share the spoils.
While the result favoured the Cedars a bit, for Atlantic, they are in danger of missing the playoffs except Adiro can weave his magic ASAP.
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