✕ CLOSE Online Special City News Entrepreneurship Environment Factcheck Everything Woman Home Front Islamic Forum Life Xtra Property Travel & Leisure Viewpoint Vox Pop Women In Business Art and Ideas Bookshelf Labour Law Letters
Click Here To Listen To Trust Radio Live
SPONSOR AD

Wikki Tourists warn players against late resumption

The Management of Wikki Tourists has announced a one week break for the players after the Match day 19 of the Nigeria Professional Football League…

The Management of Wikki Tourists has announced a one week break for the players after the Match day 19 of the Nigeria Professional Football League which brought to an end the first round of the 2022 NPFL season.

Announcing the break when he addressed the players on behalf of the Management at the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Stadium Bauchi on Monday, the Team Manager, Yakubu Yankari, said the break is in line with LMC’s approval of two weeks break for the league.

He said Wikki Tourists’ camp will open on Sunday, March 27 while full training would commence the following day.

The Team Manager warned against late resumption just as he reminded the players of the task ahead in the second round which he said requires serious training.

He also expressed the management’s appreciation of the performance, discipline and maturity exhibited by the players during the first round urging them to maintain the tempo in the second round.

Also speaking, the Technical Adviser of the club, Kabiru Suleiman Dogo commended the players for doing their best by ending the first round in a good position.

Dogo revealed his intention to inject more good legs into the team for the second round challenge.

He thanked the state government, management and other stakeholders for their support to the team.

Wikki Tourists finished the first round in the 7th position with 27points from the 19 matches played.

Join Daily Trust WhatsApp Community For Quick Access To News and Happenings Around You.

Do you need your monthly pay in US Dollars? Acquire premium domains for as low as $1500 and have it resold for as much as $17,000 (₦27 million).


Click here to see how Nigerians are making it.