Greece Embassy In Albania Delays In Issuance Of Visas To Udoh, Oshobe
Published: July 23, 2013
Greece Embassy In Albania Delays In Issuance Of Visas To Udoh, OshobeAlbanian Super League newcomers Partizani Tirana were due to travel to Greece on Sunday for a training camp but are two days behind schedule.

The Greece embassy in Albania has failed to issue entry visas to Partizani Tirana's two Nigerian imports - former Flying Eagles defender Felix Udoh and midfielder Oladele Oshobe.

''We hope to get our visas this week, maybe today. The problem did not come from us.

''To enter other countries in Europe is not a problem for European citizens. Don't forget we are foreigners, our papers must be complete.

''Our passports were sent to the embassy since last week Monday, July 15.

''The president of  Partizani Tirana was in contact with the Greece embassy on Monday and we pray this is resolved soon,'' Felix Udoh told allnigeriasoccer.com.

The 19 - year - old's contract with Partizani Tirana expires in January 2014, and there has been contact between the leadership of the capital club and the player's representative to extend his stay.

Last season, Felix Udoh, who was in the Flying Eagles squad to Colombia 2011, recorded 14 appearances in the First Division.



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