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Adeshina says Lobi or Pillars will win NPFL

Adeshina says Lobi or Pillars will win NPFL

03 Jun 2019, 10:25

Nasarawa United striker Thomas Adeshina believes the NPFL title is either going to Makurdi or Kano.

The two sides are in the Super Six after finishing second in A and B respectively. But there’s no easy competition for the prize. Alongside Lobi and Pillars in the Super Six are the likes of Enugu Rangers, Enyimba, Ifeanyi Ubah and Akwa United.

Asked who he fancies to go all the way, Adeshina tipped the Ortom Boys or Masu Gida.

“I can’t really say, but I am backing my former club Lobi Stars and maybe Kano Pillars to win the Super Six,” he told Goal.

“I played against Kano Pillars during the regular season, they have a very solid and mature team. Also, for Lobi Stars they have a mature and well-experienced side,” concluded the former Lobi and Pillars man.

The play-offs begin this Tuesday afternoon.

Full fixtures:

    • Enyimba vs Rangers
    • Kano Pillars vs Akwa United
    • Ifeanyi Ubah vs Lobi Stars.

 

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