Ex-Super Eagles star, Garba Lawal, named Kaduna United manager

Lawal will be inaugurated Monday

Former Super Eagles player, Garba Lawal, has been appointed as the new general manager of Kaduna United, a Nigerian Premier League club.

The former midfielder represented Nigeria at the Under-20 level, Olympics and Super Eagles. He won Olympics Gold at the 1996 tournament and also represented Nigeria at the 1998 and 2002 World Cups respectively.

Garba Lawal and the executive committee of Kaduna United, headed by the Kaduna State sports commissioner, will be inaugurated on Monday.

The executive committee has former chairman, Sabo Babayaro, as well as former FIFA referee Alex Manna, among others.

Garba Lawal, is also a member of the NFFs technical committee.

Last season, Kaduna United finished 10th on the league table with 53 points from 38 matches.

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