Kano - Kano Pillars FC have signed five new players ahead of
the 2015/2016 Nigeria Premier League season, its media officer Idris Malikawa
The media officer told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), in
Kano that the players had since arrived the city, to take up their roles.
Malikawa said that the quality of the players signed would
help the club to bounce back, after it failed to defend the trophy won in
According to him the new players are “young and experienced.''
“By securing the services of such talented stars, the club
will certainly hit the ground running when the league campaign kicks off next
month,” he said.
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Some of the signed players included Jonathan Zekeye and
Tijani Adamu from Dolphins FC of Port Harcourt.
Others included Pius Ibrahim and Manir Ubale from Nasarawa
United, and Sadik Yusif from a Norwegian club.
Malikawa said that the technical crew was working hard to
blend the old and new players, toward forming a formidable team.
It could be recalled that Kano Pillars sacked 10 players
based on poor performance last week.
The team finished seventh in the NPFL last season and also
ended the season without trophies or continental tickets.
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