Kano Pillars Football Club on Tuesday parted ways with his skipper, Gambo Muhammad after serving the team for twelve years.
The club Spokesman, Rilwanu Idris malikawa confirmed this to Solacebase on Tuesday evening.
Malikawa said Gambo Muhammad, a former Captain of the team decided to leave the club after he did not agree with the management decided to send him to a coaching course in the National Sports Institute, (NIS) as recommended by the Technical crew of the club in their last season report.
The club Spokesman said the Management of the club appreciated Gambo Muhammad for his contributions to the club as he would always be remembered.
He noted that Kano Pillars Club , always called Sai Masu Gida, parted ways with Gambo Muhammad on mutual understanding popular name of the
According to him, “Initially Kano Pillars football club want to retain Gambo that is why they decide to send him to coaching course but because of reasons best known to him he didn’t accept that Idea.’’
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