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Jigawa Golden Stars bolster squad with 15 new signings

Dutse have successfully bolstered their squad with fifteen new faces following their decision to place some of their players on transfer during the Nigeria Professional Football League transfer window.

The giant killers will have a taste of the Nigeria Professional Football League for the first time in many years as the new season kick off September 22nd after securing one of the Nigeria National League playoffs ticket after beating NAF Rocket FC of Abuja 3-2 late July.

Club’s Team Manager Isa Dodo Isyaku disclosed to the team media department in Dutse, that the team “the new players have passed medicals and they are certified by the team medical department to play in the colour of the club next season”

“We are eager to feel the premier league, we cannot wait for the season kickoff”

“It will be a good feeling to play in the Nigeria Professional Football League, were we will rub shoulders with the likes of Kano Pillars, Katsina United, Enyimba FC, Heartland, Rangers Internationals and so on”

Here are the full lists of new signings

Manir Ubale arrive from Lobi Stars, while Charles Anyagbuna completed his move Nasarawa United.

Papa Idris joined from Kada City/Highlander FC of Kaduna will team up with the duos of Sueliman Abdullahi and Abdullahi Y Abdullahi from Malumfashi United, Abubakar Nasiru and Emmanuel Onos completed their move from GBS FC of Jos.

Isa Lankat joined from from former Nigeria Professional Football League Champions Plateau United, while, Timothy Samuel and Mamuda Muktar completed their move from Kogi United, Benjamin Ikhana and Eke Pascal joined from Abia Comets

Musa Mani Iro completed his transfer from Marks Lions FC of Georgia, while Christian Charles arrive from Sokoto United and Bamidele Adeniyi secured his move from Crown FC of Ogbomosho. 

In the attack Samuel Agba completed his move relegated Gombe United, Yusuf Ayinde secured his from MFM FC of Lagos and Chibuzo Anyanwu completed his move from Yobe Deserts Stars

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