Ex-Dream Team Striker Omofoman Freedom Departs Enyimba In Search Of Greener PasturesPublished: July 23, 2019
Former Nigeria U23 international Omofoman Freedom has left reigning Nigeria Professional Football League champions Enyimba in search of new challenges.
The former AC Kajaani of Finland and Warri Wolves forward spent the last two years with the People's Elephants and was part of the team that won the NPFL last season.
The Benin City born pacy attacker said : "It is time to move to the next level in my career and I must use this opportunity to appreciate the management, staff and supporters of Enyimba FC for the wonderful time I spent with them, which I will cherish for a long time."
NFF licensed intermediary and the player's representative Mr. Eddie Iseri Ogbemudia added : "Freedom has paid his dues with Enyimba and has achieved his target which is getting a medal with Enyimba.
''In the coming days we will sit and look at the offers we already have for him so that he can quickly get settled to a new club and continue his career".
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