NPFL: Kano Pillars signs 11 new players ahead of new season

Kano Pillars has signed 11 new players ahead of the 2021/2022 Nigeria Professional Footbal League (NPFL)

This iis contained in a statement issued by the club’s Media Officer, Idris Malikawa Garu.

Garu said the management of the club, after its board meeting on Saturday, agreed to register 32 players for the forthcoming season that would include both retained and the newly recruited players.

The newly signed players were: Saidu Salisu from Akwa United, Gabriel Jeremiah, Ugochukwu Nwachukwu from Cyprus, Isma’il Nasir from Nasarawa United, Mark Daniel from Warri Wolves and Yusha’u Garba from Katsina United.

Others are; Isah Usman from Rarara Football Club, Taro Oluwaseun from Smart City, Usman Maidubji from Plateau United, Wisdom Ikechi from Bayelsa United, Muhsin Attahiru from Sokoto United.

Malikawa said that the club’s management were also negotiating a deal for Emeka Onyema and Madaki Dauda from Nasarawa United and Enugu Rangers respectively.

He said the five developmental players namely Sulaiman Ibrahim, Haruna Musa, Abdullahi Ahmed, Shamsuddeen Abdullah and Shehu Muhammad have been promoted from the junior team.

Garu also announced that the club had retained 18 players and registered 32 others for the upcoming season.

He added that while the additional players would provide the team with the necessary steel that was lacking last season.

Garu optimistic that with the new players the team will perform well in the league.

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