Following the failure of Rangers International Football Club of Enugu to fulfill the payment of transfer fee of Chigozie Agbim as agreed, the Management of Warri Wolves has giving their Management two weeks to pay or have the player recalled.

The Management of Warri Wolves frowned at the unprofessional attitude of Rangers, claiming that it is unbecoming of them to breach the agreement reached by the two clubs. “After promising to fulfill the payment by 15th of May, 2013, no word has come from them since that day”, a source told Blank NEWS Online.

Also, a statement issued by h media officer of Warri Wolves, Mr. Moses Etu stated thus:

“We have waited patiently for Rangers since on the 15th of May that they promised and not even a word has come from them. This is unbecoming of a Club of that status. We gave the player to them after promising us and we did not want to jeopardize their chances in the Continental assignment but they have refused to keep to their part. The Secretary of Warri Wolves, Lawrence Omowho has written to them, reminding them but they have not responded. The truth is that they are not the type that one should do business with. We are giving them two weeks to make the necessary payment or have the player recalled. He is our player and we have the right to do anything with him.

“We also want to use this opportunity to tell the whole world that we only gave Sunday Mba to Rangers for the continental assignment and are seriously waiting for a good offer from any interested Club for the player who scored the goal that won Nigeria the Nations Cup.

“This clarification is necessary as a result of stories making the rounds that we have sold him to Rangers.

We want to clarify the issue of Sunday Mba and make it clear that we have not agreed on any fee with any Club, albeit to say that we are waiting for the right offer and as soon as anything concrete comes, we will inform the public accordingly”.

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Blank NEWS Online founding Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Albert Eruorhe Ograka, is a Graduate of Mass Communication. He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Journalism from the International Institute of Journalism (IIJ).

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