Remo Stars Football Club (RSFC) safe hands, Kayode Bankole has said he is quite happy with his present goalkeeping form and feels there is more room f
Remo Stars Football Club (RSFC) safe hands, Kayode Bankole has said he is quite happy with his present goalkeeping form and feels there is more room for him to keep improving.
Bankole who kept a clean sheet for his side against Lamray United FC in the season opener said he is still a work in progress and he won’t stop until his good is better and his better is best.
In a chat with RSFCPRESS, he said the most important thing for a goalkeeper is to keep a clean sheet and not concede a goal during a match and he will keep working towards achieving that feat.
“Its a pleasure for me to have kept a clean sheet in our first game against Lamray United FC, I tried my best to ensure that I didn’t conced, though it wasn’t easy and I have to also thank my defenders because they assisted in ensuring we don’t concede goals.”
“The most important thing for a goalkeeper is to keep a clean sheet. A clean sheet is when you don’t concede a goal during a match and that is where I want to focus my attention on helping the team achieve greatness.”
“Whenever I get the nod to keep for my team, I will ensure I do it with all diligence because that is my core area and I will always ensure to keep clean sheets in all my games because I know nothing is impossible.”
“If given the chance to stand in goal against J. Atete FC on Sunday, I will push to extend my clean sheet record because I have started and I need to extend it, I know it might not be easy but I will do everything within my reach to achieve it.” Kayode Bankole.