Have you seen any NPFL Club player undergo medicals? [Photos]

Have you seen any NPFL Club player undergo medicals? [Photos]

Former Abia Warriors Winger Sheriff Bashir and Former Enyimba Ikechukwu Ezenwa were captured while undergoing medicals at their new club, kastina United.

The state of the medical facilities at the kastina-based Nigeria Professional Football club is a lot to be worried about.
Oyo State-born winger, Bashir signed the dotted lines for Katsina United in November after he had agreed on personal teams and passed the medical test.
The contract will run until 2021 after he penned down a for 3 years deals.
Meanwhile, Ezenwa said he left the People’s Elephant to get more playing time. In his words…The Super Eagles goalkeeper was quoted saying:

“I needed to play regularly. Its a very important decision in my career,” Ezenwa said.

“Although I had a good time at Enyimba but as a player you have your decisions to make and I’ve taken the decision to play for Katsina United.


“The deal has not been done but Ikechukwu Ezenwa is there to play for Katsina United in 2019,” he continued.


“There is a possibility to play in Europe, its just a (verbal) discussion that I had with them (Katsina United) that they’re interested in having me play for them and I said yes, I’m going to play for them.

“A man must have a plan B. As I’m talking to you Ikechukwu Ezenwa is a free agent and I’m looking forward to moving on with my career in Europe and I know that if I’m to play in the NPFL in 2019, it has to be for Katsina United.



Ikechukwu Ezenwa


Sherriff Bashir

The healthcare facilities at the club cannot in any way be compared to what we have in other Leagues, especially in Europe and other parts of the world.

This is, or could be another reason Nigerian players often make hasty decisions when it come to travelling abroad

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