Katsina United’s Abdullahi Biffo happy to have injury-free squad vs. Kano Pillars

Wale Mustapha
The Chanji Boys gaffer is thrilled that he has almost an injury-free squad to pick from ahead of their tie with Sai Masu Gida

Katsina United head coach, Abdullahi Biffo has affirmed that his players are all fully fit and that a few of them that have knocks have recovered and are available for selections ahead of their Federation Cup semi-final fixture with Kano Pillars on Wednesday in Lagos.

The Chanji Boys have anxiety hovering over the availability of Destiny Ashadi, Lukman Abdulkareem, and Ibrahim Barau but Biffo has come out to dispel such assertions stating that all his players are fully fit and raring to go as they face Sai Masu Gida in unarguably their biggest game of the season.

He said they have been doing a lot to manage the affairs of the players so that they do not sustain serious injuries that will rule them out for a long time knowing that they have crucial matches ahead and that he is thrilled that he has all his players available for selection ahead of their game with Kano Pillars at the Agege Stadium.

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“We have all our players available and ready for selection because we do not have serious injury worries,'' Biffo told Goal.

“We have a few of them with minor knocks but they have been examined and I can happily say to you that they are all available for picks. We have tried as much as possible to limit serious contact during our training sessions about a few days to our game with Kano Pillars to desist from injury.

“This has helped us to have all the players that started the competition with us available for the game with Kano Pillars. We are fully focused on the encounter and we know that we will do our best to ensure that we pick the final ticket.”

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