Champions Kano Pillars claim their camera man was attacked by supporters believed to be those of home team IfeanyiUbah after a 1-1 draw on Sunday. The post Pillars: We were attacked by Ifeanyi Ubah fans appeared first on Vanguard News.
Nigerian league leaders, Enyimba of Aba, further cements their lead in the Nigeria Professional Football League, with a two nil win over struggling, Dolphins of Port Harcourt.Two goals from substitutes Andrew Abalogu and Ifeanyi Anaemeka was all the team needed to take their points to 55 points from 29 games.
Kano Pillars unbeaten streak ends One of the most impressive records of all time was broken in the Nigerian Premier League as Kano Pillars lost to Nasarawa United. Kano Pillars unbeaten streak ends: Nasarawa United end 12-year run 2 goals in 5 minutes from Ubale and Bature had set the
The local Premiership returns this weekend, as Enyimba and Sunshine stars will be the cynosure of all eyes. The 20 participating teams are set to yet again rumble to fight for the maximum three points both home and away.
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Rangers also welcome new manager Daniel Amokachi and Ifeanyi Ubah FC to the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium as they continue their upward surge. The post NPFL Week 23 Preview | Shooting Stars visit Kano Pillars seeking an upset appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Mark Mentors on Friday defeated Savannah Conference leaders, Kano Pillars, 79-66 to win the 2015 DSTV Premier Basketball League inside the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium, Lagos. With the result, Mark Mentors will now represent Nigeria in the FIBA-Africa Club Champions Cup as winner of the DSTV sponsored
Kano Pillars Basketball Club narrowly edged out Dodan Warriors of Lagos 67-66 to progress to the semi-finals in a keenly contested encounter in the ongoing DStv Basketball Playoffs in Lagos. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Warriors, who had earlier beaten Kada Stars of Kaduna in their opening
Nigerian Premier League club, Kano Pillars, have appealed the fines levied against them by the League Management Company (LMC), following the complaints of Nasarawa United over the signing of Coach Mohammed Baba-Ganaru. The LMC had fined Kano Pillars and Baba-Ganaru for breaching the rules during the movement of the coach
Nigeria Premier League defending champion, Kano Pillars have been fined by the League Management Company (LMC) for wrongfully poaching of former Head coach, Mohammed Baba Ganaru. The club has been ordered to pay Nasarawa United the sum of N2million as compensation for poaching Baba Ganaru.
Kano Pillars have turned back time to hire former manager, Mohammed Baba Ganaru. Baba Ganaru, who won back-to-back league titles during his first spell with the Pillars, will be replacing the sacked Okey Emordi.
Kano Pillars have dismissed coach Okey Emordi following the team’s poor performance. The announcement was made by the club’s spokesman, Idris Malikawa, also revealing that the club’s board would meet on Tuesday to discuss a replacement for Emordi.