Africa Soccer Kano Pillars disband feeders team players and coaches

Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) side Kano Pillars has disbanded it’s feeders team players and coaches with immediate effect.
 
The disbandment of the team was confirmed to Africatopsports.com by the club who said the decision is part of the club determination to reshape the main team.
 
Assistant Secretary of the club, Abubakar Sani Hassan in a statement on the club official website confirmed that the decision was reached after the club management met shortly on Tuesday.
 

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The Team-C is one of the feeder teams created by the management as an avenue to give chance to the club’s fringe players and the chance to expose themselves as well as the process for the younger players to accelerates the process of their football careers.

 

The statement said the decision is part of the club’s management determination to reshaping the main team ahead of the forthcoming 2020/21 Nigeria Professional Football League season.

 

The management thanked the affected players and their coaching crew for their contributions to the club during their engagement with the team.

 

In a related development, the management of the club has reaffirmed that any player in the main team that is not ready to give his best would not be allowed to continue playing for the club.

 

The statement therefore charged the remaining players and technical crew to remain focus and tight their belts for the task ahead.

 

 

The management finally thanked the Executive Governor of Kano state, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje for his untiring support and promised to compensate him with the Nigeria Professional Football League title after their earlier ouster from the CAF Confederation Cup.

 

The Sai Masu Gidas resumed training this week at the Abdullahi Umar Ganduje Stadium, Dawakin Kudu ahead of the 2020/21 Nigeria Professional Football League season and would open their campaign away to Adamawa Utd.


USIAYO

Henry Usiayo is a practicing journalists with several years of experience covering sport events. He is currently a sport content creator with en.Africatopsports.com.

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