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Friday, 4 March 2016

SPORTS

Prime name 30 players for new season

Prime Football Club, has stated their readiness ahead of the new season as the technical crew named its final 30-man squad ahead of the 2015/2016 Nigeria National League. The 'Believe and Achieve' side, expressed confidence in the 30-man list released by the technical crew in a statement signed by the club's spokesman, Tunde Shamsudeen.


The team stated that the quality of the players recruited will help the club to secure promotion to the Nigeria Professiona Football League at the end of the season.


The recruited players include versatile right full-back Rafiu Salaudeen, from Gray's International FC, Femi West from Oke Ado United, and the duo of Tunde Olawale and Nurudeen Lateef from Gray's International FC.

Others are Success Makanjuola from Teap FC, Abuja, Tosin Olabode from Ekiti United, Sunday Taiwo from Kwara United, Sunday Nyeayeh from Kogi United, and the duo of Chukwudi Jatto and Ikenna Ibezim moved from Bussdor FC of Owerri.

The Omoluabi Giants also recruited 16-year-old wonder-kid Rasheed Adam from one of the grassroots team (City Roller FC) in Oshogbo, Lekan Agunloye from Bayelsa United, Adeyemi Adeyeye from Remo Stars, Victor Okeji from Bayelsa United, and Ewejobi Azeez from Achievers FC.

The old players who were named include captain Olapade Waheed, as well as Olalere Akeem, Bisi Olagunju, Lekan Oseolohun, Taofeek Yakub, Olusola Akilapa, Soji Olaojoyetan, and Damola Fakayode.

Others are goalkeeper, Ayo Ojo, Moroof Olasupo, Sileola Hammed, Olaiya Azeez, Abdulsalam Azeez, Thomas Adesina and Kehinde Adebayo.

Shamsudeen further stated that the team isn't done yet for the new season, that the crew will work on sticking together old and new players of the team, as the expectations heading into the new season remain the same.



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