Ohanachom joins Enyimba

By Daily Sports on January 3, 2017

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Forward, Chinedu Ohanachom has successfully completed his transfer to the former Nigerian champions, Enyimba.

The former FC Taraba marksman campaigned for the top-flight side, El Kanemi Warriors in the immediate past Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) season.

Ohanachom said his mission to the two-time African champions is to win the NPFL title.

“Yes, I’m a full-fledged Enyimba player right now as I have completed my transfer to the side.

“I’m well welcomed to Enyimba as I was made to feel instantly at home by all and sundry.

“I’m satisfied with what was offered and I strongly feel the offer will serve as catalyst to deliver the goods at the right moment.

“My mission to Enyimba is to win the NPFL title and return the side to the continent.

“I believe the task to win titles at Enyimba will be quite easy with the quality of players in the side’s camp,” said Ohanachom to supersport.com.

Enyimba will host Sunshine Stars in the NPFL matchday 1 clash at adopted home ground, UJ Esuene Stadium in Calabar. (supersport.com)

Photo shows Chinedu Ohanachom

Source Daily Sports

Posted January 3, 2017

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