(The above image is used for illustrative purpose) The announcement of the Super Eagles captain as Pillars’ new signing elicited excitement among fans of the domestic league.Ahmed Musa’s return to Kano Pillars is one of the best strategy to improve and attract interest in our local football teams and National league.
The reason why Super Eagles Captain will not play away game for Kano Pillars as he is set to make debut
Kano Pillars football club has reveal that, Nigeria International team Captain, Ahmed Musa is in line to make his debut for his new club, against a tough opponent in the Nigeria Professional Football League.Ahmed Musa will make his debut on May 5, in an encounter against the giant Enyimba of Aba.
Nigeria international striker Ahmed Musa has started training with his new side Kano Pillars after he was spotted at their training ground on Monday, April 19, 2021.Musa, who has been without a club since October 2020 after ending his stint with Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr signed a short term deal with Masu Gida last week.
These are good times for clubs in the Nigeria Professional Football League as they are beginning to attract the attention of players that have don the Green and White colors of the national team at different levels. Just when we are getting over the great news of Ahmed Musa returning to Kano Pillars almost 10 years after he left the NPFL club, another club has announced they have secured the service of another Super Eagles player who represented Nigeria at CHAN, the version of the AFCON reserved exclusively
As the Super Eagles Captain prepares to make his debut in the Nigeria Professional Football League, it has been revealed by the Chairman of Kano Pillars football that, the Super Eagles Captain, Ahmed Musa will only travel for away games in the Nigeria Professional Football League by flight.
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa was recently unveiled by Nigeria Professional Football League outfit Kano Pillars after signing a deal with them until the end of the ongoing season. The winger has been without a club since he parted ways with Saudi Arabia top-flight Al Nassr on mutual consent last October with the aim of returning to mainstream football in Europe. However, his plot to join Premier League side West Bromwich Albion in January 2021 failed to pull through towards the last days of the transfer window.
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Super Eagles Captain Ahmed Musa has finally resume training with his new club, Kano Pillars in the Nigeria Professional Football League.The former CSKA Moscow, Leicester City and AL Nasr Striker has been without a club for more than 6 months, before eventually returning back to his Boyhood club.
It's been a thing of joy for Nigerian football in general as Kano Pillars announce the return of Ahmed Musa for the reminder of the 2020/2021 Nigeria Professional Football League season.This is one of the most unanticipated moves in modern football especially in Africa where we rarely see players return to play for their local clubs after spending years in foreign leagues.
Super Eagles boss, Gernot Rohr, has reacted to Ahmed Musa’s move to Nigeria Professional Football League side Kano Pillars.Ahmed Musa who was born 14 October 1992 is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a forward and left winger for Nigerian club Kano Pillars and the Nigeria national team.
These are exciting times for clubs in the Nigeria Professional Football League, as players who have worn the Green and White of the national team at various levels are starting to notice them. Just as we are getting over the fantastic news of Ahmed Musa returning to Kano Pillars almost ten years after leaving the NPFL club, another club has announced that they have secured the services of another Super Eagles player who represented Nigeria at the CHAN, the edition of the AFCON that is only open to home-based
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Finally, the Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa has completed his move to Nigeria Professional Football League.Ahmed Musa was welcomed by the chairman of Kano Pillars Football Club, Alhaji Surajo Jambul at the club's secretariat on Thursday evening (15th April 2021).Musa was given his former jersey number, which is number seven (7).
Ahmed Musa rejoins Kano Pillars after 11 years Ahmed Musa, Super Eagles captain, has signed with Kano Pillars for the remainder of 2020/21 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) season.The deal was announced in a statement on the club’s website on Tuesday night, confirming Musa’s return to the yellow and green colours of the Sai Masu Gida team after 11 years.
Super Eagles skipper Ahmed Musa has been unveiled by Kano Pillars.The official unveiling was done at the Secretariat of Masu Gida on Thursday.Ahmed Musa's move to Kano Pillars was a bit surprising, it generated reactions from the social media.Musa's second missionary journey to the Nigeria Professional Football League side is a short term agreement, which sees him join as an Elite player.
Ahmed Musa, the captain of the Nigerian national team, was rumored to be returning to his former Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) club, Kano Pillars, a few weeks ago.As he had yet to sign with a foreign team, the 28 year old super eagles forward was supposed to join Kano Pillars on a short-term contract.
Super Eagles skipper Ahmed Musa has officially completed his transfer move to Nigeria Professional Football League outfit Kano Pillars.The chairman of Kano Pillars FC, Alhaji Surajo Shuaibu Jambul was on ground to present the Super Eagles captain with his new Pillars Jersey for the second stanza of the ongoing Nigeria Professional Football League.
Nigeria Professional Football League club, Kano Pillars has confirmed the signing of Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa.Musa, according to Kano Pillars will play for the club for "the remainder of the 2020/21 Nigeria Professional Football League season".The 28-year-old, who has been a free agent since he left Saudi Arabian side, Al Nassr in October, received offers from England, Russia and Turkey.
Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) welcomes a big catch as Nigeria international skipper, Ahmed Musa joins his former football club, Kano Pillars.You will remember that Musa rose to the international football scene while playing for Kano pillar in 2009.The Nigeria forward has since then played in many international league including Premier league.
This is to inform the general public and football loving fans that Super Eagles Captain, Ahmed Musa has agreed to come home and play for a Nigerian league, Kano Pillars Football Club for 2020/2021 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) season.The club’s Media Officer, Idris Malikawa, revealed the news to the public after arrangement had been conluded with the involvement of the club’s chairman, Surajo Shuaibu and Ahmed Musa's League Management Company (LMC) which stands as a mediator of the deal According to the reports, Kano Pillars would only take Musa as an Elite Player of the league for the season’s second half and Musa would leave anytime he gets a new club of his choice as it is stated in the contract terms.
It’s no longer news that Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa has been unveiled by one of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) top team, Kano Pillars. In his bid to relunch his career after some months without a club, the Super Eagles captain who was heavily criticized for making Coach Gernot Rohr list for the last phase of 2021 African Cup of Nations, rejoined the Kano-based NPFL side after 11 successful years in Europe. The below are the three things we learnt from the unveiling. 1. Lack of Proper