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Lokosa Rejoins Kano Pillars After Failed Norway Move

Lokosa Rejoins Kano Pillars After Failed Norway Move

By Adeboye Amosu:

Kano Pillars forward, Junior Lokosa, has resumed training with the club after his three-week sojourn in Norway during which he failed to seal a contract , Completesportsnigeria.com reports.

Lokosa, who is the current top scorer in the Nigeria Professional Football League underwent trials in Norway with SK Brann FC but failed to secure a contract at the club.

The former First Bank of Lagos striker rejoined his Kano Pillars teammates in training on Tuesday morning.

“I’m back and waiting for God’s time for me to play professional football outside Nigeria,” Lokosa stated after the training session.

Lokosa has scored 19 goals in 21 league appearances for Kano Pillars this season.

The Nigeria Professional Football League is yet to resume from the World Cup as a result of the current crisis bedevilling the Nigerian football.

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  • Your time will come bro. Just keep working hard.

  • Lokosa, you NEVER should have gone on that trials. If any club cannot do their research and see how increadible you truly are, or even perhaps researched enough to see if you are a match for them and their style of play, but instead chooses to “waste” your precious time by inviting you on “trials” and ending up raisig your hopes just to dash it, that club does not know what they are doing…

    Lokosa, I was pissed when Rohr dropped you ahead of Ighalo. YOU ARE THAT GOOD… The right club will come for you, but I beg you, if anyone invites you for trials, even if na Madrid, mbok, m’Abasi no go. they will only waste your time for nothing. It shows they have not done their research, it shows they are not ready.

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic was once invited by Wenger on trials for Arsenal… Zlatan told him “I don’t do trials” do you know why?… because he BELIEVES in his God given talent honed by constant wiliness to improve.

    You must believe in your abilities LOKOSA… YOU MUST!

    • @Uzo, I really like your contribution. Nice one brother. You are not like that Claymaker or Haymaker, whatever the joker calls himself who only criticises those who give a honest comment on players like Igbohun and Lokosa.

      If it is not Jay Jay Okocha, then people shouldn’t comment. Haymaker, more like Pissmaker.

    • Dr. Drey 3 years ago

      He is so good he failed trials in bulgaria and norway in the space of 3 months. Bros wake up…!!!

      • Dr Drey, let’s encourage the young man. He is a Nigerian like you and I. Hopefully he would have learnt one or two things from these voyage.
        Remember, if he succeeds, you and I will celebrate this as fellow Nigerians.

  • someone went to Bulgaria and Norway not Real Madrid, Man utd or not even any of French,Portuguese club failed and you are here saying gibberish. By calling for trial it means they are not sure of him and they want to assess him by themselves and he failed to convince them not even one club two for that matter. It means Rohr was right to dropped him from world cup squad.