Kano - Nigerian Premier League champions Kano Pillars have left the country for a CAF Champions League first round, first leg game against Moghreb Athletic Tetouan of Morocco.
Kano Pillars flew out of the country on Tuesday night with a 36-man delegation led by former NFF President Ibrahim Galadima aboard an Egypt Air flight from Kano to Cairo, where they will connect another flight to Casablanca, before a midnight flight from Casablanca to Tetouan on Wednesday.
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The match, now scheduled for Saturday, March 21, was postponed by one week by the Confederation of African Football, acting on a plea from the Nigeria Football Federation following an armed robbery attack that left five players injured.
The team will train on Thursday and Friday before taking on their opponent on Saturday.For the latest on national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page.