By Isma’eel Abba Tangalashi
The three closed door matches for the 2019/2020 Nigeria Professional Football League season imposed on the Aiteo cup holders, Kano Pillars FC by the League Management Company of Nigeria, LMC, during the 2018/2019 Super Six has ended.
According to the spokesman of the four time league champions, Rulwanu Idris Malikawa, the three home matches without fans ban which took effects on day one of the 2019/2020 season has ended on Sunday 24th November, 2019 after the goalless draw against visiting Wikki Tourists FC of Bauchi.
The Sai Masu Gida have so far played four matches, one away and three at home in the ongoing NPFL season and with another away tie to Akwa Starlets to be played in due course.
The coach Ibrahim Jugunu tutored side managed to picked just 3 points from the aforementioned fixtures and have failed to find the back of the net in the league.
Malikawa described the situation as disheartening and the club have submitted itself in totality to Almighty Allah.
“It is a strange situation to us and we have submitted ourselves to Almighty Allah and we have the very best confidence that he will save the situation”, Malikawa said.
The seasoned Journalist then expressed gratitude to the entire fans of the club for their usual support throughout the ban and has urged them to be steadfast and continue praying for the success of the club.
Jamil Muhammad have been adjudged as the Man of the Match against Wikki Tourists on Sunday by members of the SWAN who attended the game and he was therefore presented with an award courtesy of Sports Writers Association of Nigeria, SWAN, Kano state chapter by Alhaji Sabo Kofar Mata.
The Sai Masu Gida will travel to Jos and face high flying Plateau Utd on Match Day Six.