Ex-Enyimba Boss Takes Over at Kano Pillars

Glo Premier League Champions, Kano Pillars, have engaged the services of former Enyimba FC boss, Okey Emordi, for the upcomimg 2013/2014 season.

Emordi, who left Enugu Rangers during the 2012/2013 season following disagreement with club’s management, signed a one-year contract with Kano Pillars.

Kano Pillars have been without a substantive coach since November 2013, following the exit of Mohammed Baba-Ganaru to Nasarawa United.

The 2004 African Coach of the Year has been handed the mandate of achieving success with Kano Pillars in the domestic league and the CAF Champion’s League.

Emordi will be assisted by his former assistant at Enyimba, Abdullahi Maikaba and Ex-Nigerian international, Kabiru Baleria.

Ajiboye Completes Deal to Nasarawa United

Relegated Shooting Stars Football Club of Ibadan goalkeeper, Dele Ajiboye has completed a transferred deal  to Nasarawa United.

The former Nigeria Olympic International, Ajiboye revealed to Channels Television that he is thrilled with the deal.

“I have joined Nasarawa United, the deal has been sealed and I am happy with it. I am looking forward for unity of purpose in the team and great things with Nasarawa United,” Ajiboye told Channels Sports.

With this move, Ajiboye will reunite with the goalkeeper trainer of the Olympic team, Alloy Agu.

He was already training at Sunshine Stars Onitsha camp before he decided to move on to Lafia when no deal was made.

He has played for Prime FC, Wikki Tourists and Spanish club Pontevedra CF.