NPFL: Gambo leaves Pillars after 13 years
By Sampson Adedeji
With few weeks to the start of new NPFL season, Kano Pillars have lost one of their longest serving player, Gambo Muhammed as he leaves for another club, BSNSports.com.ng can report.
One of the surprise move of the season happened on Tuesday at the camp of former champion Kano Pillars as Muhammad Gambo parted ways with the club after 13 unbreakable years.
Gambo joined Pillars in 2006 from Buffalo Football Club and went ahead to be one of vital player of the club.
The lanky striker almost signed a deal with a Tunisia Ligue one side Club Africain in 2013 but the deal failed to materialize.
In the course of his stay, Gambo netted over 70 goals for Mai Su Gida boys in all competitions.
Apart from Pillars, Gambo was part of Nigeria’s Super Eagles players to 2013 FIFA Confederation cup in Brazil under the tutelage of late Coach Stephen Keshi.