Abuja - Nigeria’s top flight will be without Gombe United when the 2014/15 season begins, but the club will no doubt boost the quality of Nigeria’s second tier league, the Nigeria National League (NNL).
Gombe United drop at a time former top flight teams like Kwara United and Plateau United are still in pains after missing promotion to the top flight, SuperSport reports.
“We have to work harder to return to the Premier League,” club legend and one-club man Alhaji Kwairanga said.
The 2007 feat remains the club’s best record when it picked the second Caf Champions League ticket.
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