Go Round declare Shadrack Oghali wanted

By Kolade Oni on September 14, 2018

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Go Round have declared their striker, Shadrach Oghali wanted after the player left the camp without authorization.

In a statement from the media department of the club and signed by China Acheru it was disclosed that the player still remains their bonafide player and that whoever that is trying to lure him away from the club without recourse to Go Round is doing so illegally.

The club further stated that the player has been reported to the relevant bodies including the League Management Company about his disappearance.

“Our striker, Shadrach Oghali has left the club without permission and we bring this to public notice knowing that agents could be trying to take him away to other clubs illegally,” the statement wrote.

“Oghali left the club's camp on July 8, 2018, and has not been seen since then or heard from. His salary has been paid up until the end of June 2018 and we use this medium to inform whoever he is currently romancing with that they should be mindful of the rules that bind him to Go Round FC and that we are not indebted to him.

“We have already written to the League Management Company, LMC on this so this acts as a public notice that our player, contractually bound to us has left the team without any information.”

Oghali scored four league goals for the NPFL debutants last season. (Goal.com)

•Photo shows Go Round FC line-up

Source Daily Sports

Posted September 14, 2018


 

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