Injured Pillars skipper Gambo out of El Kanemi clash

By Daily Sports on September 21, 2016

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Kano Pillars skipper Gambo Mohammed will miss today’s rescheduled Nigeria league match against El Kanemi Warriors due to injury, officials said.

Gambo was injured when Pillars were battered 4-1 at Ikorodu United last week.

Experienced Bala Mohammed and Adamu Murtala are also not available for selection after suffering from malaria.

Pillars will host El Kanemi Warriors in Kano, while Heartland receive Niger Tornadoes also today.

Pillars and El Kanemi still fancy an outside chance of getting into the top four, but one must cancel the other now.

Heartland will need to win the remaining fixtures to stand a mathematical chance of beating the drop after amassing 37 points so far.(mtnfootball.com)

•Photo shows Gambo Mohammed

Source Daily Sports

Posted September 21, 2016


 

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