Mohammed Gidado vows to lift Jigawa Golden Stars

Teenager Abubakar Mohammed Ggido has expressed his willingness to seize every opportunity to show his talent and elevate the Jigawa Golden Stars as the 2020-21 Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) begins.

Teenager Abubakar Mohammed Ggido has expressed his willingness to seize every opportunity to show his talent and elevate the Jigawa Golden Stars as the 2020/21 Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) begins.

Regarded as one of the young talents who will shine in the league this season, the 15-year-old star is set to make his NPFL debut for the North team against the Sunshine Stars in their home game Kaduna in one of the first matches of the Day. 1 of the Party. .

“This is an opportunity for me to show my talent in the league and to the world; I would be happy to do my best for my club, ”Ggido said casually.

Ggido from Kingsgrant FC Lagos is delighted with the quality of the players and the level shown in the Jigawa Golden Stars, which has helped him settle quickly even when he had his sights set on the task ahead of him. the new football season.

He said: “Since I came to this wonderful club, I have gained more knowledge about my game; on and off the ball. And playing with smarter players has given me more confidence to play without fear and I will always give my best for the growth of the club ”.

The attacking midfielder, who has the advantage of using both his right and left legs, is ready to play for the best club in the world and be a great footballer in his generation.

The five-foot-tall midfielder resembles his father, Abubakar Usman, he was also a good offensive midfielder during his days at Jada United at Adamawa State, as well as Tonnerre Kalara Club, Yaoundé in Cameroon.

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