Ayo Saka

Ayo Saka: Why I Quit Enyimba

New Dolphins midfielder says he’s at home in Port Harcourt

Former U-23 Dream Team V midfielder, Ayo Saka, has disclosed he’s enjoying his new base in Port Harcourt.

Saka who completed a move from Enyimba said he has found a new home in Dolphins and that the environment is good enough for him to give his best.

“I’m happy at Dolphins, the people received me well and I couldn’t ask for more. My team mates are wonderful and they have made me settle down quicker than I expected”, Saka said.

He disclosed revealed why he quit the two time African champions at the close of the 2013/2014 season.

“I’ve spent three seasons with Enyimba so I told myself that it’s time for a new challenge.
I needed fresh challenge and that I believe I’ll get in Dolphins.”

On life at the People’s Elephant, Saka, a one time Ocean Boys of Brass ace said he enjoyed his stay in Aba.

“Honestly, I enjoyed every bit of my three seasons stay at Enyimba. The people there were so good, the club is big and enjoys a massive support too.

“It’s just that I needed a fresh challenge in a new environment and I found that in Dolphins”, he explained.

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