Abdulfatahi Bolari, a veteran of the Nationwide League One, has announced his retirement from football after 13 years of service with Gombe Warriors FC. In a final game against FC Yarmalight, Bolari bid farewell to his beloved boyhood club and the league that has been his home for over a decade.
The NLO has expressed its gratitude to Bolari for his long and dedicated service to the league. In a statement released to the press, the league urged Bolari to continue with his dedication, commitment, and hard work in his next phase of life.
“The NLO would like to express our deepest appreciation to Abdulfatahi Sheikh Ahmadu Bolari, for his long service in the league while serving Gombe Warriors FC for 13 years,” the statement read. “As his retirement from football marks the end of an era. As he moves on to the next phase of his life, we wish him all the best, and we hope he will continue to be involved with the League in some capacity.
“His dedication, commitment, and hard work have been exemplary, and his presence on the field will be greatly missed.”
Bolari’s retirement marks the end of an era for Gombe Warriors FC, who have relied on his experience and leadership for over a decade. The club has expressed its gratitude for his service and wished him all the best in his future endeavors.
“Abdulfatahi Bolari has been an instrumental player for Gombe Warriors FC for over a decade,” the club said in a statement. “His leadership, experience, and dedication have been invaluable to our success, and we will miss him dearly. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors and hope he will continue to be involved with the club in some capacity.”
Bolari’s retirement has also been met with an outpouring of support from fans and fellow players. Social media has been flooded with messages of gratitude and appreciation for the veteran midfielder, who has been a stalwart of the league for over a decade.
“Abdulfatahi Bolari is a true legend of the Nationwide League One,” said one fan on Twitter. “His dedication and commitment to the league and his club have been an inspiration to us all. We will miss him dearly, but we wish him all the best in his retirement.”
Bolari’s legacy will be felt throughout the league for years to come. His dedication, commitment, and hard work have set an example for future generations of players to follow, and his presence on the field will be greatly missed. As he moves on to the next phase of his life, the NLO and Gombe Warriors FC have expressed their gratitude and appreciation for his service, and they hope he will continue to be involved with the league in some capacity.