Egwuekwe Explains Hapoel, Wits Snub

Warri Wolves captain, Azubuike Egwuekwe has revealed why he turned down the chance to move to clubs in the top divisions in Israel and South Africa in January.

Egwuekwe had the chance to join PSL side Bidvest Wits in South Africa and also came close to signing for Hapoel Tel Aviv, who even unveiled him on their official website before the lanky defender returned to Nigeria.

He explained that those clubs offered him wages which are not satisfactory to him and that led to his decision of returning to Warri Wolves.

The Nigerian defender is of the view that players from the top flight in his country are being under-valued, and wants that trend to change.

“I decided to return to my club Warri Wolves after the offers from teams abroad were not what I hoped for. The clubs were offering me financial terms that I did not like, so I returned to Warri Wolves where I earn a very respectable amount. The clubs also said I should come for trials, as a national team player who has been to the Africa Cup of Nations, World Cup and Confederations Cup, I don’t think that is good for me.

“Seriously our league players deserve respect because a number of us are members of the [Nigerian] national team now. So I think we should be treated better,” he said on Naija Made, a magazine programme on SuperSports. the cheapest online shopping in Nigeria.

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  1. Reply Post By kletuz

    Guy, I lyk ur zeal cos u rilli knw ur worth nd value, ur spirit nd moral re vry high. U don’t wnt 2 sign a slave contract so is gud u came bck hm whr u’re valued nd respected. Yaro yaro once advice fellow players on dis slave contract issue cos he went there, he did nt see nt 2 conquer.

  2. Reply Post By Dozie

    God bless bro. Our players need to learn and add value to their life or else other clubs will devalue them. If other players can carry out this attitude then we will be value above all other leagues in Africa and some other continent. Keep it up. NFL please do something about this too.

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