By Taye Hassan Adigun
Kano Pillars are considering a move for former Rangers International coach Imama Amapakabo as a possible replacement for Coach Ibrahim Musa Jugunu, Felele247.com.ng understands.
Masu Gida hierarchy has been pondering alterations to leadership roles in their first three games, particularly due to disappointing results. The club lost 1-0 their regional rivals Jigawa Golden Stars away in the matchday 04 of the Nigeria Professional League and a defeat at home in the matchday 3 1-0 to Lobi Stars, a performance considered unacceptable given the quality of the player in the set-up.
Kano Pillars have been monitoring a series of options to come in and head up their entire club structure, but a close source to Felele247.com.ng Imama could be next manager of the club.
Imama Amapakabo began coaching career with Sharks FC (Rivers United) for ten years before Rangers International secured his services, He guided the flying Antelopes to their first league title in 32 years in 2016.
In 2017, He penned a deal with El-kanemi Warriors on a season contract, before joining the Super Eagles as an assistant and Under 23 head coach.