Monday, September 20, 2010

Enyimba, Heartland in talks with Ohawuchi

Striker of relegated Bayelsa United, Stanley Ohawuchi, could team up with either title holder, Enyimba or Heartland Football for the 2010/2011 Nigeria Premier League (NPL) season.
According to the striker, officials of the two clubs have contacted his representative and he is only waiting for either club to table their offer.
“My manager has spoken to two clubs, Enyimba and Heartland. But nothing has happened yet,” said Ohawuchi on Monday. “I am sure that before the season kicks off I will join one of the clubs in the Premier League.”
The former striker of Nigeria’s Under-20s also disclosed that he still has his eyes set on moving abroad and was close to a move to a European side until the transfer window shut down on August 31.
However, he wants to move to another Nigerian club following the relegation of former champions, Bayelsa United.
“I should have moved to Europe (in the summer transfer) but that did not happen, and now I will wait to get another offer to play in the Nigerian league may be till January or till the end of the coming season,” the 20-year-old marksman said.
Ohawuchi played at Bayelsa United between 2007 and 2010 and featured in more 60 games scoring 16 times before the club was relegated last season from Nigeria’s top-flight.

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