Following recent assurance from the Interim Management Committee of the Globacom League that hostilities will resume in the next two weeks, the Management of Warri Wolves FC have decided that Sunday Mba and Chigozie Agbim, both Super Eagles players in the on-going African Cup of Nations (AFN) in South Africa, will have to see out their contract with the Oil City team.
The decision, according to dependable sources, was as a result of the lack of concrete offer from any of the premier league clubs for both Sunday Mba who scored the winning goal for Nigeria against highly rated Ivory Coast and Chigozie Agbim.
Both players have therefore been advised to learn from what happened to Osaze Odemwingie who tried to force his way from West Brom but ended up embarrassing himself.
In a release made available to Blank NEWS Online by the Media Officer of Warri Wolves, Moses Etu, the Club will not want anything that will distract them from preparing well for the coming season and with no concrete offer coming for both players, we have decided that they must see out the contract they signed with us.
“To buttress our point and in order to convince all those who still doubt our stand by referring to them as players of other clubs, we have also decided to make public the contract papers signed by both players.
“Up till now, no concrete offer has been received from any club in the country. So we have no choice than to advise them to see out the contract they signed with Warri Wolves. It would be stupid for both players after what they have achieved to behave otherwise.”
Etu also used the opportunity to advise those who are still in doubt to study the contract papers and stop misleading the two players.
“I can see that just the way some people misled Osaze, someone is equally misleading these two players .However, unlike West Brom’s fans, who kicked against Osaze, our fans will welcome them back with open hands especially with their heroic feat in South Africa.”
Etu however assured the two players that when the right offer comes, nobody will hold on to them unjustly provided they follow due process.
“When the right offer comes, we will not waste time in releasing them. All they need to do is to follow due process. Get permission before they speak with the club and the Club should also come for negotiation. It is a simple business if it is done in the right way.”
Recall that former Chelsea man, Tony Cascarino, while speaking on Osaze Odemwingie said, ”You do not go down to another club and knock on their door. Its absolutely mind blowing that someone would attempt to do such a daft thing. When you sign a contract, you go on club terms. And trying to push it through is the highest level of stupidity I’ve ever heard of.”
Signed Contract Agreement(s) Between Sunday Mba, Chigozie Agbim & Warri Wolves FC: