Norwegian Clubs Did Not Offer Contracts To Abalogu, Akor
Published: February 16, 2013
Norwegian Clubs Did Not Offer Contracts To Abalogu, AkorTwo Nigerian trialists Andrew Abalogun and Isah Akor have not been offered contracts by Norwegian clubs.

New Enyimba signing Andrew Abalogu underwent tests with Sandnes Ulf while Akor, now on the payroll of Heartland of Owerri, was rejected by Stabæk, who lost their top-flight status at the end of the 2012 season.

Norwegian - Nigerian agent Atta Aneke brokered the deal for Abalogu and Akor to test in Norway. He is hopeful Abalogu will be invited again by Sandnes Ulf for further tests sometime in the summer.

''Both players have returned to Nigeria. Abalogu will be invited back in the summer. Akor was not offered a contract. Both are good players and did well during trials,'' Aneke told allnigeriasoccer.com.

20 - year - old Abalogu, one of the exciting prospects in the domestic championship, played two tests games for the Wolves. He will not travel with the squad to La Manga, Spain on Tuesday for pre-season training.

Photo Credit: tuil.no




Hire the right candidates on MyJobMag
Latest News
News Categories