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Super Eagles striker insists on Pillars exit

19 March 2015, 17:20

Lagos - There are strong indications that Nigerian international, Christian Obiozor, will not return to perennial champions, Kano Pillars, Supersport reports.

Obiozor’s move to Pillars was well celebrated in January and the striker has scored six goals to emerge as the club’s leading scorer in all competitions, but the striker was reported to have returned to Enugu Rangers.

With four goals after five matches during the Super Six, Pillars headed for a tour of Ghana, where Obiozor scored one goal in two matches and he was also on target in their 2-0 away win at South Sudan side, Al-Malakia.

Also read: Super Eagles striker dumps Kano Pillars

“Pillars can’t force Obiozor to return because he doesn’t want to play for the club anymore. The Kano side didn’t adhere to agreement with Obiozor’s representatives.

“We expect officials of Pillars to tell the truth since they know the reason he left rather than tarnish the image of our player.

Read more at Supersport.

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