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Football | Nigeria

Crocs test duo



Nigeria Premier League (NPL) club, Kaduna United will hand Ibrahim Ndala and Moses Ayuba opportunities to train with their squad next week.

Supersport.com can report that the two former Nigerian under-17 internationals arrived in the city of Kaduna on Wednesday ahead of trying out with the former Federation Cup champions.

But Ndala and Ayuba will wait for The Crocodiles to return from their pre-season game in Abuja.

"The players came into Kaduna on Wednesday. But they will have to wait before training with the team next week. The team will be in Abuja for a friendly game against Nasarawa United and by next week will be back in Kaduna," a club official told supersport.com.

Ndala last played for relegated Niger Tornadoes while Ayuba was part of the Nigerian Under-17 squad of 2001 and has in the past played for Kuwaiti Premier League club, Al-Shabab SC.

The Crocodiles continue to shore up their playing personnel ahead of the 2012/13 NPL season after recently signing on Usman Amoda, Hussein Adaji and Emeka Akueme.

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