South Africans React To Ahmed Musa’s Shock Move To Kano Pillars


The Nigerian Professional Football League side has confirmed the signing of the former Leicester City star, a move that has elicited reactions from a few South Africans on Twitter

A section of South African football supporters has expressed their disappointment at seeing Super Eagles star Ahmed Musa rejoin boyhood club, Kano Pillars.

Pillars, through its Media Officer, Rilwanu Idris Malikawa, confirmed that the club has secured the services of the Nigerian international on a short-term deal.

The winger played for the Kano club in 2009 and finished as the NPFL’s top scorer with 18 goals, but he has been without a club since he left Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia last year.

Amongst the contractual agreement reached is that Musa will leave if he gets an offer that suits him.

Former Nigerian Senator Shehu Sani believes the move is good for the local league while commending the Super Eagles skipper for having the confidence to return home instead of idling in Europe.

South Africans, though, would have loved to see the former CSKA Moscow star join any of the country’s biggest clubs instead.

Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates, and champions Mamelodi Sundowns are some of the PSL giants the fans urge to go after securing Musa’s signature.
Here are some of their reactions on Twitter.

Musa lists VV Venlo, CSKA Moscow, and Al Nassr among the European clubs he has played for during his distinguished career.

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