Kano Pillars off to Morocco




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By Lexi Elo

champions Kano Pillars left Nigeria yesterday ahead the postponed CAF Champions League first round, first leg date with Moghreb Athletic Tetouan of Morocco. A 36-man delegation be led by former NFF President Ibrahim Galadima left Kano to Cairo via an Egypt Air flight, where they will connect another flight to Casablanca, before a midnight flight from Casablanca to Tetouan today.
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The match is scheduled for Saturday, March 21. The Confederation of African Football, acting on a plea from the Nigeria Football , granted a one-week postponement of the first leg affair following an armed robbery attack on the Nigerian champions that left five players injured.
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CAF has already informed the NFF that the second leg of the fixture will take place as scheduled at the Stadium, Kano on Saturday, March 28.