By Sab Osuji:
Shooting Stars Sports Club of Ibadan say they have no plans whatsoever to launch an appeal in respect of the NFF Players Status Committee’s decision ordering the Oluyole Warriors to pay the sum of N5m to Sunshine Stars in respect of Ajani Ibrahim’s transfer, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
Aside the N5m 3SC were asked to pay to Ajani Ibrahim’s former club, Sunshine Stars, the Akure club will also be entitled to 20% of the winger’s subsequent transfer.
Rasheed Balogun, General Manager of the Ibadan club reckons they will abide by the ruling, adding that they have no intention to institute an appeal against the verdict.
“We’ve no intention to protest against the decision,” Balogun, a former Sunshine Stars Team Manager told Completesportsnigeria.com.
“We’ll abide by the decision. I was present at the meeting where the committee took the decision.
“It was a collective agreement between the two clubs, I mean between us: 3SC and Sunshine Stars,” Balogun who had previously managed defunct Julius Berger FC and Dolphins of Port Harcourt concluded.4years ago My wife left me,because i was too WEAK in bed,but today she calls me Bed Champion.Now i finally discovered a Natural Solution that forces women to ask for more. " - CLICK HERE To See My Breakthrough. Men, eat this fruit & you will get a bigger penis size. How I Permanently Cured My Premature Ejaculation And Low Sperm Count Problem Without Any Side Effects Within 72hrs.And Confidently Last Over 35 Minutes Per Round In Bed.