This weekend, the Kano Pillars moved to Congo to face AC Leopard of Dolisie in the Champions League. Winners 4-1 in the first leg, the Nigerians have been corrected and eliminated 3-0 in Brazzaville. A defeat that Mohamed Babaganaru, the Kano Pillars coach blames the hospitality of their opponents.
“We went through hell in Congo. I cannot find a better word to describe what they did to us there. They have refused our access to the training ground, without mentioning the arbitration. They seized our camera. I’ve never seen so much horror in my career, “said Babaganrau to Mtnfootball.com.
“Their fans threw missiles on our players throughout the game. They came into our dressing room and stole the mobiles of the players. Our fans have been impeached to get to the stadium. It was barbarism, “he adds before attacking the Ivorian referee, Doue Noumandiez:
” Arbitration is the worst I attended. The first goal is clearly offside; the second was a penalty and the third should not be granted. The referee gave us a penalty and at the time of the shooting, he reconsiders his decision and refers to a goal clearance. “