NPFL: We don’t have quality players says Kano Pillars  coach…. Laments over  tight league  fixtures

 

NPFL: We don’t have quality players says Kano Pillars  coach…. Laments over  tight league  fixtures

By Abdulgafar Oladimeji

Kano Pillars coach, Ibrahim A. Musa last Wednesday  disclosed  that the poor quality of the  players been paraded by his side is responsible for their  poor runs in the league.

Speaking after his lads were held to a goalless draw  in match day 21 in the ongoing 2021/2022 NPFL  Season at Muhammad Dikko Stadium Katsina  , he alleged that lack of experience on the part of his players was robbing them of the show.

 

The Media Officer of the club, Lurwanu Idris Malikawa Garu quoted  Ibrahim A. Musa saying  “ his players didn’t do what they are  supposed to do, with what they played  last Wednesday  Akwa United football club play better than them in the field of play during the encounter.

 

“Coach Ibrahim A. Musa said lack of experience by some of their players is the cause of the alarm in the team. No doubt we don’t have quality and experienced players in some of the departments and unfortunately now most of the good players would not be released by their clubs.

 

“The chief Coach said they would continue  to manage  the players they have at hand to ensure that they end the season on a good note.

 

The Kano born tactician lamented that  the Ramadan fast was taking its tool on the players, saying  fatigue and fasting  is affecting  his players considering that they  play  three   matches per week.

 

He narrated  that they will continue to pursue to poach some  points on the road   to fill the 12 points deficit they suffered at home.

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