Former People’s Elephants shot-stopper, Joshua Enaholo has put pen to paper with Abia Warriors.
The former junior international was with the Uchendu Babes during pre-season, but left for a move to the Moroccan League, which fell through.
However, the shot-stopper says he is delighted to be back in the Nigeria Professional Football League after signing for Abdullahi Biffo’s side on Monday.
“I travelled to Morocco to tie a deal but it didn’t work out, but now I am back to Nigeria and most importantly, back to Abia Warriors where I’ve just signed a deal,” Enaholo said in an interview.
“It’s a good move for me because this opportunity will afford me a chance to show my fans that I am still in the game.
“My decision to pitch tent with Abia Warriors is to help them secure a continental ticket to play in a continental competition next season. I would love to be a part of that if I am still around next season.” He said.
Good move for him; he will probably be enjoying the rivalry better this time.
Written by Chineze Christabel Ogugua
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