As players , officials grief, send SoS to Gov Ganduje
By Abdulgafar Oladimeji
Players and technical officials of the three times Nigerian 🇳🇬 Champions Kano Pillars football club have cried out over what they described as the worsening economic hardship that has enveloped the NPFL side.
Chief coach of the club, Ibrahim A. Musa in a post match interview, after they loss 4-0 against Eyimba fc in Aba last Thursday in match day 24 encounter said “sincerely speaking, we have internal problems”.
In his words “ if you go back to the records, we have never loss to Eyimba with this huge margin, the highest we loss to them is 2-1, 1-0, in our last league game against them in Kaduna , we defeated Eyimba 2-0.
“so, we are not organized, we are appealing to our governor to intervene or we will go to relegation, the people involve know the internal problem I am talking about, I don’t need to be specific or mention them.
Musa further said “the internal problem is affecting our performance on the pitch, our government should act fast.
“we know we cannot win anything again, our concern is to save the team from going into relegation, we are appealing to our government, I am calling on my governor to intervene.
“ we can not continue to play with empty stomach, is it that funds are not been given to those running the club or there are mismanagement by those responsible we need to know and those culpable should be sanctioned accordingly.
“what are the issues, if there are no release of funds, we should be briefed, for us to know what is the true situation of things.
“we cannot continue like this, we dont get feeding allowances regularly, it is on and off, this I don’t care attitude by all stakeholder must come to a stop, or we will leave a bad history, may Allah protect us from that.
“but our governor need to arise and act now, I am calling on my governor to intervene, he is the only person that can save the situation we are currently in”. Musa stated.