Howard enjoins Rangers, Wolves to end Mbah’s transfer saga
Ex-Flying Eagles captain, Franklyn Howard has appealed to both managements of Rangers Football Club of Enugu and Warri Wolves to take immediate steps
towards resolving their differences over Sunday Mbah so that the player could commence his professional carrier abroad.
Howard told our correspondent in Lagos that there is an urgent need for the two clubs to end all issues concerning ownership of the player so he can get a transfer to a club abroad, now that his services have attracted a number of clubs.
He said “whatever are the issues the clubs are disputing should be cast aside. I would like the clubs to quickly resolve this so the player can start a career abroad now because it would boost his life and career,” he stated.
He added that “it is in the interest of the player that he moves now that he is in hot demand and I think both clubs laying claim to the player owe us a duty to kindly resolve their differences immediately and release him to go abroad.