Sunday, May 05, 2013

Quartet return to Kaduna Utd

Source: Backpagepix
Four players have rejoined their former club, Kaduna United, in the ongoing transfer window of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL).

The players are Bobga Sambo, Yau Abubakar, Siman Yusuf and Linus Adams.

Bobga, who is the elder brother to former Nigeria junior international, Soga Sambo, joins the side as a free agent.

He joins the Kaduna club as an unattached player. Bobga once featured for Niger Republic's top flight side, Sahel SC.

Abubakar rejoins the Crocodiles after a stint at El-Kanemi Warriors.

The striker was part of Kaduna United last term and scored in his side's 1-3 loss at Kano Pillars in April 2012.

The pair of Siman and Adams have been training with Ben Duamlong and his team before the transfer window re-opened after leaving Enyimba.

 Siman and Adams had uneventful spells at the Aba club this season after failing to secure starting places in the team.

In 2010, Siman and Adams were part of the Kaduna United team that won the Federation Cup.

"We have brought in a few players to strengthen the team. A number of them played with us in the past and it will be easy for them to adapt here without problems. And we expect they will complement those we have on ground," said Kaduna United head coach, Duamlong.

The Crocodiles currently sit in 16th place in the PFL standings on 11 points, one above the bottom four.


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