Muhammed trained lightly for about thirty minutes with his teammates at the Sani Abacha Stadium. The post Kano Pillars’ Gambo Muhammed resumes training after robbery attack appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Mouhcine Iajour bags a hat-trick to sink Kano Pillars Mouhcine Iajour scored a 22-minute hat-trick as Moroccans Moghreb Tetouan thrashed Nigerians Kano Pillars 4-0 this weekend in the CAF Champions League.
Kano Pillars’ hopes of continental triumph hit something of a major roadblock as they were completely outplayed and outscored by Maghrib Tetouan of Morocco in the first leg of their CAF Champions league Pillars match got off to a wrong foot as Mouhcine Iajour put the Moroccan side ahead in
Kano Pillars’ forward, Gambo Mohammed is set to spend at least eight weeks on the sidelines as he recovers from the fracture he sustained as a result of a gunshot to his arm when the squad was robbed on Thursday. According to the team doctor, Ibn Garban told reporters that
The NFF has written to CAF requesting the postponement of Pillars’ March 13 Champions League first-round first-leg match against Moghreb Athletic Tetouane The post Kano Pillars return to training Sunday after robbery attack appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Three of the five Kano Pillars players who were hospitalized following a robbery on Thursday have been discharged from the hospital with two other players still receiving treatment. The Kano Pillars’ team bus was attacked and robbed on their way to Owerri to take on Heartlands and five of their
Kano Pillars were on their way to Owerri for their Premier league clash with Heartland when they were attacked by armed robbers, who left five of the Nigerian Premier league champions’ players injured. The squad were on their way in a 32-seater bus when they were attacked around the Abaji-Lokoja
The LMC says it is monitoring the progress of the injured players and doing everything possible to stabilise the team. The post LMC cancel League match involving Kano Pillars after robbery attack appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Players and officials of Nigerian Premeir league side, Kano Pillars were today attacked by armed robbers in Abaji, a suburb of Abuja. They were on their way to Oweeri, Imo state to battle with Heartland FC.