Abubakar Bukola Saraki FC Coach, Henry Makinwa, is concerned about the future of his players in the club ahead of planned resumption for the NPFL second round.
Makinwa, who expressed his dissatisfaction with the clubs position as at the end of the first round of the NPFL fears that many of his players may not return to the club for the second round, after some clubs have tempted them with bigger offers..
The Saraki Boys finished 10th on the log with 25 points from 19 league games in the first stanza, but the tactician claims that they deserve to be among the top teams on the table.
“Ï am afraid because right now, nine of my boys are being lured by bigger clubs, with promises of big contracts. That is a big problem for me, they told them not to get injured.
“So, how do we correct that, we have tried to talk to them but we wouldn’t know, we are resuming training this Saturday and we don’t know how many of them will come back, so when they come back we will see.
“With nine transfer requests from my players, it is disturbing for me and the team