Kano Pillars attacking midfielder, Amos Gyang has said NPFL newcomers, Abubakar Bukola Saraki (ABS) FC are on sightseeing mission in the ancient city of Kano.
The “Sai Masu Gida” will play hosts to the llorin outfit in Sunday’s Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) matchday 6 clash at the Sani Abacha Stadium in Kano.
Gyang described the Matchday 5 loss to Mountain of Fire Miracles Ministries (MFM) FC as a hurting experience for the former champions and they will bounce back when they welcome the Bukola Boys.
“The loss in Lagos to MFM FC still hurts us till date and the people of Kano are not happy over the poor result.
“Right now all of us know what is at stake and will never consider taking the clash against ABS FC lightly.
“ABS FC are newcomers but we know they have qualities that can ruffle feathers if allowed the luxury.
“We have decided to disallow the side a foothold that will create a chance for them to smile at the end of proceeding.
“As far as we are concerned ABS FC are in Kano for jamboree and sightseeing as we are determined to pocket the whole points at stake.
“We have forgotten the painful loss at MFM FC to pay 100% attention on the clash against ABS FC.
“I know with the focus, dedication and hard work we will get it perfectly right against ABS FC.
“We are not going to underrate them but treat the side same way we will approach a game involving the best team in the land,” said the former Giwa FC marksman to supersport.com.
Kano Pillars have raked in six points from possible 15 in the five-week old Nigerian Professional Football League while ABS boast of four points more than their Sunday hosts.