Abuja - Chairman of the NFF Technical and Development Committee, Felix Anyansi-Agwu has stated that report of investigation into the controversy over the transfer of Dolphins FC of Port Harcourt star Emem Eduok will be submitted on Thursday.
Eduok was involved in a transfer controversy following allegations that he signed for Norwegian club Sarpsborg FC, while his parent club Dolphins have agreed a deal with Tunisia’s Esperance.
The Enyimba FC boss has until Thursday to report back to the NFF Executive Committee on his findings and is expected to do so.
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“My report will be ready. I have reached out extensively, asked questions and have been briefed. We are not going to spare anyone who is found to have been involved in the shameful process,” Anyansi said.
“The NFF President has explained clearly why the boy was sent out of camp, and I believe that people fully understand why we needed to take that action.
“I am on the issue as directed by the NFF President, and I can assure you that all those who are eventually indicted in the matter will be sanctioned. The messy transfer is already generating negative publicity for Nigeria football and we are uncomfortable with that.”
It could be recalled that NFF president Amaju Pinnick sent Eduok out of the Super Eagles camp in Abuja to avoid distractions. The team is preparing for two friendlies against Ivory Coast (on Sunday) and Sudan (on Jan. 17) in the United Arab Emirates.For the latest on national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page.