Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Omolade Set For Sudan Return January

Former Enyimba captain, Ajibade Omolade, has disclosed to that he is set to return to his Sudanese club, Al-Hilal, next January.
Omolade revealed that his loan deal with National Division I League side, Nasarawa United, is expected to end by December 31 and he has been notified by his club in Sudan to return in January 2009.
“My loan deal with Nasarawa United would end by the end of December, and so by January I would return to Sudan. That is the arrangement for now though anything can happen along the line anyway,” Omolade told
The 25-year-old, who joined Al-Hilal from Enyimba early this year and signed a four-year deal, continued that he is ready to make a return to the Sudanese club after an initial row led to his being sent on a controversial loan alongside a Brazilian attached to the club.
The former El-Kanemi Warriors’ defender also pointed out that he would return to the Sudanese side and prove that he is ready to compete for a permanent place contrary to the initial impression the club had about him.
“I don’t have any other deal from any other club apart Al-Hilal. By January, I would have served one year of the four-year deal and I am ready to go back there and show that I can play ball,” he said.
But Omolade wants to use the remainder of his loan spell at Nasarawa United to get into shape before he returns to his club in Omdurman, Sudan by early next year.
The left-back has about seven weeks of his loan spell with Nasarawa United remaining.

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