Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Warri Wolves threaten to fire players

The management of Warri Wolves has placed six of its players on half salary and increased the salary of one with a stern warning to those whose salary have been slashed to sit up or be fired.
According to the media manager of the Warri-based club, Moses Etu, the affected players whose Salary have been slashed by 50% are Musa Najare, Ambroze Vanzekin, Achibi Ewenike, Efe Yarhere and Omoforma Freedom.

The only player who has really impressed and need to be encouraged is Joseph Eyimofe who has made the left full back shirt his birthright.

Etu also disclosed that their cumulative wage has also been reduced by 50% and with this, the players need to show in the next few weeks that they are ready to play or get fired.

"After the draw with Sharks, management sat down to review the performance of the players and apart from that, Management has been monitoring the activities of some players who felt Warri Wolves is a Father Christmas. This is a serious warning to them to sit up because management can no longer tolerate their actions.

"The sanction is for their salaries and cumulative wages to be reduced to 50% with immediate effect. At the same time, management were impressed with Joseph Eyimofe, a former flying Eagles players who has lived up to expectations both in performance and behaviour and has decided to increase his salary and cumulative wage. Many of them have really disappointed us this season and it is time for them to sit up or get out of the way for serious ones," the club warned.

Culled from www.fcnaija.com

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