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Kaduna inks deal with Amoda



Former Nigerian under-17 defender, Usman Amoda has re-joined Premier League club, Kaduna United.

Amoda once featured for The Crocodiles a few years back but has now penned a one-year contract at the club for an undisclosed fee.

The former Enyimba man is expected to resume on Wednesday morning, a club source informed supersport.com.

"Usman Amoda has signed for us and will be here for one season. Remember he had gone to Uruguay on trials with Penarol and that deal didn't work out. So he's back at Kaduna United where he once played for.

"Right now I cannot disclose financial details of the deal because he has not been officially unveiled as our player. But he will resume training with the team tomorrow (on Wednesday)," supersport.com was informed on Tuesday by a top official of the club.

Amoda, who almost signed for Nigerian champions, Kano Pillars in the off-season, could make his first appearance for Kaduna United on Thursday or Friday in pre-season games.

Kaduna United are scheduled to face Premier League side, Nasarawa United this week in Abuja while another pre-season game with Lobi Stars has been called off.



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