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Former Enyimba midfielder joins 3SC

04 March 2015, 14:21

Lagos - Former Enyimba midfielder Rasheed Olabiyi has signed for Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) club 3SC, Supersport reports.

The midfielder joins the Ibadan club as a free agent and will play on loan till the end of this season after he ended his time at Enyimba on mutual consent last week.

Olabiyi, in the company of his manager, concluded talks with 3SC officials and signed the loan deal at the club's office in Jericho area of Ibadan on Tuesday.

Also read: 3SC, Kwara United battle for crown in Ilorin

Interestingly, 3SC are the hometown club of Olabiyi, and the former Pepsi Football Academy apprentice is excited about the prospect of pulling on the favourite blue strip of the Ibadan club when the NPFL season kicks off this weekend.

"For me this is a homecoming after seven years in Aba with Enyimba. I feel so happy and the reception I got here is amazing. Now I have to settle down and get down to work," Olabiyi told supersport.com.

Olabiyi is already setting a target to help the Oluyole Warriors to a top-three finish in the 2014/15 NPFL season.

Read more at Supersport.

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