Aliyu eyes league title after agreeing terms with Pillars

By Daily Sports on November 22, 2016

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Enyimba midfielder Razak Aliyu has said he hopes to also win the Nigeria league with Kano Pillars after he agreed personal terms to join them.

The Kaduna-born defensive midfielder spent four years at Enyimba during which time he won the league championship.

“I have agreed personal terms to join Kano Pillars,” he said.

“In my four years at Enyimba, I won the league, Federation Cup and played on the continent.

“I also want to do same now with Pillars.”

Aliyu is one of several players from Enyimba who plan to reunite with coach Kadiri Ikhana at four-time champions Pillars.

The others are Chinedu Udoji and Emmanuel Anyanwu. (mtnfootball.com)

•Photo shows Rasak Aliyu

Source Daily Sports

Posted November 22, 2016


 

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