By Kano Pillars FC
Kano Pillars FC Chairman, Alhaji Surajo Shaaibu Yahaya Jambul has approved the appointment of the club Acting team manager, Yunusa Uba Abdullah as the team manager in a full time basis.
According the Media Officer of the club, Rilwanu Idris Malikawa Garu the appointment is based on his performances during his tenure in an Acting capacity.
Malikawa said the management of the club charged the newly TM to tightening his belts in discharging his duties to ensure the objective of the chairman of the club in moving the Sai Masu Gida to the next level is accomplish.
While congratulating the newly appointer TM, the Chairman advised him to work closely with the technical crew and all staff as well as the entire fans of the club for the success of the team.
The newly appointed TM started his National Football career with Kano United FC in the nineties and played at various clubs across the country.
In a related development, Malikawa said the Chairman of the club has approved the appointment of Bashir Lemi Adede as an Assistant coach to served in the Junior team of the club.
Malikawa further said that the appointment of coach Bashir Lemi Adede is part of the club’s management plan to promote local coaches in the state that have the zeal of improving the capacity of the club.
The Chairman charged him to be dedicated and committed to his duty post and hope he will used his experienced to scout younger players from the local club sides in Kano state that can be productive to the Sai Masu Gida in the near future.
It could be recalled that coach Bashir Lemi Adede sarved at various Football clubs in and outside the state which includes, Good Hope FC, Samba Kurna FC, Ajiya Babes FC of Gumel in jigawa state and National League side, Rarara FC of Kahutu in katsina state.
On the issue of thirty years Anniversary of Kano Pillars FC. Rilwanu Idris Malikawa said the management are planning to come up with a tangible programmes on the club’s activities in the past thirty years.
“The management of the club are not in a hurry to celebrates because they want to do it in a logical manner, Malikawa concluded.