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Christian Nnamani expects Polish club’s decision on contract offer

11 August 2015, 13:17

Warsaw - Polish-based Christian Nnamani expects to get feedback from the power brokers at Pogon Siedlce whether or not he has been offered a contract by the club.

In the last one week, manager Marcin Sasal has been running the rule over the 25-year-old, who found himself unemployed after Calisia Kalisz suddenly went bust just before the start of last season.

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''I think tomorrow night I will know if I will stay here or not,'' said Christian Nnamani to news24.

''Meanwhile, early today I spoke with Pogon Siedlce President and he told me that the problem is money.

''Tomorrow after training he will talk to me to let me know what they came up with, I think they have a meeting today and tomorrow.''

Nnamani started his career in Nigeria with nursery team Samba FC before shifting to Enugu side Ofor United.

Prior to being a free agent, the attacker represented Ilanka Rzepin, Flota Swinoujscie and Pogon Siedlce in Poland.

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