Tornadoes Unveils 15 New Players

Niger Tornadoes have bolstered their squad with fifteen new faces following their decision to release twelve players last week ahead of 2018/19 Nigeria Professional Football League season.

Speaking before the unveiling ceremony, club chairman Mallam Abaubakar Mustapha commended the players for their dedication, he and also advice that all hands must be on the desk, “ It is with great pleasure that we welcome these players into the ikon Allah family”.

Here are the full lists of new signings

Two goalkeepers Innocent Ndem and Umar Ahmed Mai-Jalingo arrive from Mighty Jets while Ndukwe Chizoba completed his move Remo Stars FC.

In left-back position, Aliyu Mohammed Goyi will team up with Williams Abbah. Goyi arrives from the regional rivals Kwara United, while Williams Abbah joins from Mighty Jets FC of Jos.

The central defence Obinna Jacob, Attairu Mushim and Thomas Azi from Mighty Jets, while Emmanuel Atsen completed his move Etoile Filante de Ouagadougou and Yakubu Ayawa joined from non-league side Kontagora United.

In the holding midfield and Offensive Midfield, Ayo Adetola joins from Mighty Jets on a three-year contract.

while offensive midfielder, Gyemini Abashiya and Elijah Simon, completed their move from Mighty Jets FC, while Otukeh Michael joins from Kada City FC of Kaduna.

In the attack Innocent “Anaconda” Ogra completed his move from Kada City, Clement Udeh joins from Wikki Tourists,Olayinka Yusuf completed his move from FRSC FC of Abuja, Anthony Igoche also joins from mightyJet FC.

Also, the club have also promoted four players from the youth system, they are Friday Kaburu, Kanawa Muhammad, Hassan Saba and Evuti Musa.

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