NPFL: “we are in danger”, Kano Pillars coach, Ibrahim Musa cries out, blame players for poor runs
By Abdulgafar Oladimeji
Kano Pillars chief coach, Sunday morning said the NPFL relegation battling side, Kano Pillars fc is swimming in deep trouble waters.
The Kano born coach, in a media chat, after his side loss 2-1 against MFM in NPFL week 28 encounter at the Ijebu Ode stadium grief that the former champions may sink into the deep waters.
He lamented that the Kano lads are compounding their woes through adopting the wrong approach to play, he note that they are yet to forsee the dangers that lay ahead of the club.
He added that the players play without zeal, despite all efforts to make them understand that the club is faced with the threat of been send on relegation.
Jugunu as he is fondly called by his admirers said “ we had set a target of four matches to save the situation facing us, , we loss to Tornadoes, we went back home and won, and today we loss in Ijebu Ode.
“we can not continue in this pattern, we need to win away games, we can not rely on winning our home matches alone to salvage the current situation.”
“we cannot continue to complain about officiating, we have been scoring tactical goals that cannot be questioned by the officiating officials, but we fail to defend properly, the players are carless, when it matters most.
“it is not late yet, we only need to get the boys to change their attitude, we have no excuse and no cogent reasons to complain at this crucial stage of our campaign,.”
He submitted that relegation is starring Sai Masu Gida, noting that the attitude of the players calls for an overhaul, to reset KPFC to swim away from the its current trouble tides.