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Kano agog for NFF Cup final

To get to the finals, Enyimba edged out Sunshine Stars of Akure 1-0 in the Semi-finals while their opponents today, Kaduna United eliminated former champions…

To get to the finals, Enyimba edged out Sunshine Stars of Akure 1-0 in the Semi-finals while their opponents today, Kaduna United eliminated former champions Rangers International FC of Enugu 5-4 on penalties.

Today’s final match promises to produce fire-works because both sides are keen on making history. While Enyimba aims to grab everything on the local scene this year, having won the League, and Super 4, Kaduna United’s ambition is to be the first club from Kaduna State to win the prestigious trophy.

While Enyimba boasts of experience in sufficient quantity in players like Skipper Okey Odita, Uche Kalu, and Kenneth Anyanwu, Kaduna United players are ball jugglers with the required energy and exuberance to wreck havoc, if given any opportunity.

Apart from the Federation Cup finals, Kano will be abuzz with political activities as candidates for the 2010 NFF elections have since moved into the town to lobby for votes.

Almost all football stakeholders will be on ground to witness the finals and it considered a golden opportunity for candidates to meet and fine tune strategies.

Meanwhile, Kano State government through the State Football Association has assured on adequate security before, during and after the match.

According to the State FA Chairman, Alhaji Sharu Rabi’u, Kano State government has agreed to spend a whopping N36m hosting a hitch free Federation Cup finals.

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