LMC Hands 8 points Suspended sanction on FC Ifeanyi Ubah

  • Club Fined N9,150,000, Coach reprimanded and Club Official Suspended
  • Match Referee recommended to NFF for poor game’s Management

The League Management Company (LMC) has issued sanctions on FC Ifeanyi Ubah aimed at deterring further acts that would lead to matches being called off following the incident in Kano in which the club caused the match to be abandoned during the opening fixture against Kano Pillars on Saturday.
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Babangida promises adequate security at Sani Abacha Stadium

Chairman of Kano Pillars Tukur Babangida has promised adequate security for fans at their home ground of the Sani Abacha Stadium.

Kano Pillars will play their home games at the Sani Abacha Stadium in the next Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) season.

The 2014 NPFL winners played at the Sani Abacha Stadium, Kofa Mata in Kano State all through last season and the League Management Company (LMC) have approved it for next season.

Ahead of the season, Bagangida promised to control fans and provide adequate security at the Sani Abacha Stadium.

After inspecting the stadium on Monday, December 19, the LMC representative Patrick Pascal said it was in good shape to host NPFL games.

Pascal also urged the management of the club to maintain and sustain the standard of the stadium.

Kano Pillars host FC IfeanyiUbah in the opening fixture of the 2016/2017 NPFL season.

Source: Pulse.ng

Pillars To Face Espanyol, Kaizer Chiefs, Sundowns In Invitational Tourney

Former league champions Kano Pillars will do battle with Spanish side Espanyol as well as South African sides Kaizer Chiefs and ‎Mamelodi Sundowns in an invitational tournament next month.

This year’s Amanxamalala Mzanzi International Cup (AMIC 2016)‎ is a charity cup that identifies with 40 charity organisations in South Africa.
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Alimi Targets More Kano Pillars Goals

By Johnny Edward: Super Eagles defender, Jamiu Alimi, believes there’s still a lot of goals to come from him after scoring his first goal of the season for Kano Pillars who spanked Lobi Stars 3-0 last Sunday.

It was his first ever career goal as a professional player and the 24-year-old defender has set a minimum target of three goals before the end of the season.
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