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Federation Cup finalists, Nasarawa Utd raided

Posted by on Nov 28th, 2016 and filed under Local Sports, Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Beaten 2016 Federation Cup finalists Nasarawa United are set to lose the majority of their first team ahead of the coming season.

Investigations have revealed that besides Ifeanyi Nweke and Esosa Igbinoba who have pitched tent with Rivers United, former youth international goalkeeper Dami Paul has moved to promoted Katsina United.

Midfielder Lordson Ichul and defender Samson Gbadebo are headed to Enyimba, while the likes of goal poacher, Tayo Fabiyi, Bature Yaro, Philip Azango and Philip Auta are close to joining new clubs this coming week.

One of the players said: “Most of us are on loan to Nasarawa United so nobody can stop us from playing for club of our choice.

“Most of us have played for as long as three seasons for Nasarawa United. We need to try out luck elsewhere.”



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