Super Eagles Coach Loses Mother
The Nigeria Football Federation and the Football fraternity are in mourning mood yet again, this time over the demise of the mother of the Super Eagles Coach Salisu Yusuf.
Bounce Sports gathered that Hajiya Binta Yusuf died in the early hours of Thursday at the ripe age of 88 years.
A tweet on the Super Eagle Twitter handle read:
We regret to announce that our chief coach, Salisu Yusuf lost his mother, Hajia Binta Yusuf, earlier today, (Thursday). She was aged 88. pic.twitter.com/CSYp91B82n— Nigeria Super Eagles (@NGSuperEagles) June 22, 2017
"Hajiya Binta Yusuf died in the early hour of today, Thursday at the age of 88 years at her residence in Gadon Maya quarters in Kano municipality.
"Late Hajiya Binta have been buried according to Islamic rites in Dandolo graveyard in Kano state.
'Kano pillars FC management board members, Kano FA members and other football family are among hundreds of people that attended the burial" Idris Malikawa, the Spokesperson for Kano Pillars FC, said in a short press statement.
It has been one tragedy or the other in the past weeks for the football family, as one remembers the passing away of the 15-year old son of the Super Falcons Coach, Florence Omagbemi, the demise of the former NFF Head of Women’s Football, Mrs Lizzy Onyewenwa and sad passage of former international Kelechi Emeteole