Salami disowns Warri Wolves

By Daily Sports on February 5, 2016

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Gbolahan Salami has told supersport.com that Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) club Warri Wolves do not hold ownership of his playing rights.

The striker reacted angrily to claims by the Warri club that he is still in contract with them, urging the NPFL side to show proof of their declaration.

However, he claimed that the officials of the club have contacted him to feature for them in the CAF Champions League game against Sao Tome and Principe’s Sporting Praia Cruz on the weekend of February 12-14.

“Most of the players who left the club were not paid the match bonuses that were recently paid. Is that fair? So if they didn’t pay me match bonuses, how come they say I am still their player when I played on loan with them last season? Even the loan fee they have not paid up.

“Meanwhile they have been pleading with me to play for them in the Champions League, but I have told them that if they want me to play for them then they must pay the money they owe me. I have told them to talk to my manager,” Salami told supersport.com.

Salami finished last season as leading scorer in the Nigerian top-flight with 17 goals as Wolves finished in second place behind Enyimba.

•Photo shows striker Gbolahan Salami.

Source Daily Sports

Posted February 5, 2016

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