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Loute explains reasons why he left Kano Pillars

12 August 2015, 14:14

Kano - Kano Pillars Benin Republic import, Isaac Loute has cleared the air on why he decided to leave the Glo Premier League champions.

The left back in a chat with News24 stated that the quest to get more action week in week out has propelled his move away from Kano.

The Benin Republic international, Isaac Loute helped Kano Pillars defend successfully the league trophy in 2014 but he has now decided to end his contract with Kano Pillars by mutual consent.

Also read: Malomo wants Pillars job

"I really want to get more playing time, that's the main reason why I left Kano Pillars," Loute told News24.

"It was fun playing an important role in the clubs' journey to defend the league trophy but the more I play week in, week out will help me play in my country's national team. Now that the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers have started, it's important I show the Benin Republic technical crew that I'm really fit both mentally and otherwise," said Loute.

The versatile left back, Loute however stated that he isn't sure of where he'll play but gave a hint on the most likely club that get his signature.

"I want a new challenge and my manager is working on getting me a new club to play for but Lafia could be a possibilities," Loute concluded.

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