By Muhammad Nur Tijani
Rilwan Malikawa, the club’s media manager, revealed in a statement Wednesday in Kano.
“The four-day break, which will take place from Wednesday to Sunday, will allow the players and the technical team to rest and prepare before the second stanza of the league.
Malikawa cited the club president for warning that no player would be allowed to travel outside of Kano as the purpose of the break was to rest.
Sirajo Shuaibu, the club president, thanked the state government, supporters, players and coaches for their efforts and the successes recorded during the first half of the season.
He also reaffirmed the club’s commitment to strengthening the squad with quality players.
The Nigerian News Agency (NAN) reports that Kano Pillars finished the first round second in the paper with 36 points.
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