After spending two years in the Nigeria second tier league, the Gombe based outfit returned back to the Nigeria topflight league in a grand style after topping it's group and scaling through the Super 8 Play-offs.
In it's quest to be a force to reckon with in the coming season, Gombe United has completed the signing of 10 new players to strengthen departments with deficiencies.
The newly recruited players are:
1. Mutawakilu Fuseini from King Faisal Fc, Ghana - Centre Back
2. Ezeh Chidera from Heartland Fc - Right Back.
3. Al-ameen Al-ameen from ABS Fc - Winger
4. Williams Ukema former Akwa United player - Attacking Midfielder
5. Innocent Christian from EFCC Fc - Defensive Midfielder.
6. Ibrahim Sani Hassan (Dembele) from Doma United - Midfielder
7. Abubakar Sadiq Sa'ad from Zaki Mairiga Fc - Winger
8. Bello Ibrahim from Moonluck Academy,Lagos - Centre Forward
9. David Jack from City Bombers,Jos - Attacking Midfielder.
10. Mohammed Shuaibu from Fc Cosmos,Abuja - Center Forward
11. Abubakar Ahmad from GBS,Jos - Winger
12. Mohammed Dantata from Wikki Feeder - Centre Back.
According to the chairman of the club Dr Larry Daniel more players would be recruited to bolster the squad.
Dr Larry Daniel explained that the technical adviser has identified some positions that need reinforcement and the management of the club is doing everything humanly possible to achieve that.
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