Gambo Muhammad has left Kano Pillars following 12 years of loyalty to the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) side.
Kano Pillars dropped the bombshell in a special press release statement. The club’s note mentions the reason Gambo made the decision to walk out of Masu Gida.
“Gambo Muhammad has decided to leave the club after he did not agree with the management decision to send him to a coaching course in the National Institute of Sports, (NIS) as recommended by the technical crew of the club in their last season report,” the statement from the club's website said.
The club confirmed that the 31-year-old player, unfortunately, offered no reasons for choosing the exit door. Alas he leaves the club with an awe-inspiring four league titles, and two cups.
“Initially, Kano Pillars wanted 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.”
The statement further confirmed that Gambo, via his representative, still have several years of football ahead of him. His new chapter will be revealed sooner than we expect.
The Kano-born footballer’s only other club is Abuja FC before 2006.
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