FC IfeanyiUbah will boost my career, says Onamado
Speaking with The Guardian yesterday before FC IfeanyiUbah took on visiting MFM FC of Lagos in week two of the NPFL league, which they won 4-0, Onamado said he served Warri Wolves FC as a ‘true son of the soil,’ adding, however, that inability of the present government of Delta State to hold ‘things together’ created problems for the club.
Among other things, Onamado said failure by the Governor Ifeanyi Okowa’s led administration to live up to its promise on payment of salary and other allowances for players and officials forced 14 of the main team players to leave the club. “That was the beginning of the problem for Warri Wolves,” Onamado said. “Other issues started to manifest and at a point, it became so clear that Warri Wolves was not going to survive. As the team captain, I continued to play my role by encouraging my teammates. But it was like flogging a dead horse,” he stated.
Onamado has pledged to contribute his quota to the success of FC IfeanyiUbah: “I am in a new base at Nnewi, and it means giving my very best to my new club. We have a good understanding here, and I see a very bright future for FC IfeanyiUba in African football. I want to be part of history,” Onamado said.The billionaire club, FC IfeanyiUbah, will fly Nigeria’s flag in this year’s CAF Confederation Cup.
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