Kano Pillars’ French coach quits over non-payment of salary, interference

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Kano Pillars' French coach quits over non-payment of salary, interference

Kano Pillars and their French coach Lionel Soccoia, have parted ways after he quit his position citing interference in his job and non-payment of salaries amounting to $25,000.

“I am hereby informing you that I have resigned as technical director of Kano Pillars with immediate effect,” he said in his resignation letter.

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“Kano Pillars breached my contract by not paying me five months’ salaries, this means I no longer have any legal obligations to the club.” Soccoia, who was especially engaged for the CAF Confederation Cup, further accused the Pillars chairman of selecting players for him.

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“His contract has been breached severally,” said one of his representatives. This has led to immense hardship for his family. If I were in his shoes, I would have long left.”

Pillars are fifth on the NPFL table with 24 points from 15 matches.

Vanguard News Nigeria

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