Glo Premier League, 3SC could this week lift the sanction placed on their striker, Gbolahan Salami (pictured, middle).
A club official disclosed that the Ibadan outfit are expected to review the punishment meted out to the player after he was declared absent without leave on July 30.
"The club management is going to review the punishment of Gbolahan Salami this week as the team is expected to return to Ibadan on Tuesday after their league game at Lobi Stars on Sunday," the 3SC official informed supersport.com.
Supersport.com learned that Salami made a visit to the office of 3SC based in Jericho area of Ibadan last Thursday to explain why he was unavailable for two days.
It turned out that Salami had a personal issue to thrash out and informed his coaches about leaving immediately due to its urgency.
However, the coaches were said to have felt it was unnecessary to make his absence formal since he asked for an excuse. But the shock visit of the Oyo State sports commissioner, Dapo Lam Adesina to watch the team's training last week led to the discovery of Salami's absent.
The development led to the club sanctioning the striker.
Last Wednesday, the 3SC management issued a statement declaring the former Enyimba man missing from their camp for "two days without official permission."
Salami could have the punishment of his salary being slashed to half from the month of July upturned after the review.
The striker has scored five league goals for the Oluyole Warriors this season.