Abuja - Donald Malomo-Paris has applied for the vacant Kano Pillars job, he confirmed to News24 on Thursday 23rd July.
The former Mighty Jets coach says he can help the Kano Pillars team regain the glory it had established in recent years.
“I'm a coach who admires good football and its development and my track record and CV speaks for itself,” the UEFA Pro A Licensed coach old News24.
“I think I can tinker the Pillars to lift trophies and for them to win the CAF Champions League that has eluded them in the past,” he says.
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“I'm confident I can offer a lot to the club.”
Pillars have won the Nigeria Professional Football League title three times in a row but have struggled for form in the on-going season.
The coach who was based in Northern Ireland in the past says he can bring back those glory years.
“I have spoken to my representatives and they've given me the blessings to apply for the job.”
Zdravko Logarusic and three unnamed Nigerians are the other coaches who have expressed interest in the position which became vacant after Felix Okey Emordi was fired following the club's average performance in the current NPFL season.