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Kano Pillars Hail Musa’s Show Of Good Attitude

Kano Pillars Hail Musa’s Show Of Good Attitude

Kano Pillars forward, Ebuka David has disclosed that the team has plenty to learn from Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa after his first training with them.

Musa last week joined Pillars on a short-term deal after been without a club since he left Saudi club side, Al Nassr in October 2020.

The Nigerian international was unveiled on Friday by the Kano State Government, is expected to make his Nigerian Premier Football League (NPFL) debut against Enyimba on May 5.

Reacting to Musa’s first training with the team, David said that Musa has acted maturely with the players.

“It feels very good because when he was around the love and unity was there, every player was very excited to see him play with us and he really showed that he is a real professional and the way he acted was very matured enough. So we enjoyed his game honestly, this is his first day and we believe with time we are going to understand him better.”


By Augustine Akhilomen

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  • KangA 3 years ago

    What kind peech be dis? Abi na desert soccer? Make una no come injure Musa ooo!

  • Dr. Drey 3 years ago

    Holy Mozeeez…! Is this where a club as big as Kano Pillars train…?? Woooowwww…really its not unusual to find local league clubs in Nigeria in these kinds of settings, but KANO PILLARS…? Woowwww.

    And to think some people think the products of that up there are better fit for our national team than the products of ones like this below is really really cynical and laughable to say the least. Lets not even go into other aspects of professional football….just training and actual playing pitches alone first…..LMAO.

    No wonder they say if you play 4 consecutive seasons in the NPFL your career will stall……heck you cant play soccer for 4 years on such surfaces and not experience stagnation…LMAO.

    Oh God of creation, direct our noble course o. To plant grass and water am na still big problem for Africa o.


  • sunny 3 years ago

    This is nothing, i remembered when i used to go watch sharks of Port-Harcourt train in the 90’s the pitch was a eye sore.

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