Kano - Baba Ganaru has resigned his position as coach of Glo
Nigerian Premier League champions Kano Pillars sighting “disrespect” from the
management of the club.
Ganaru, while dropping his resignation letter to the
management of Pillars, thanked the club for the privilege to serve the club for
a period of four years.
He was unhappy over reports that Pillars are searching for a
head coach even when he is still in contract with them, according to FCNaija.
Ganaru, who led Pillars to win the NPL back to back, said he felt disrespected and unloved by the club
management, hence his resignation.
He is now set to replace Kadiri Ikhana at Nasarawa United.
Ikhana help Nasarawa United escape relegation to remain in
the top flight.
Read more at FCNaija.