Port Harcourt - Rivers United winger, Bernard Ovoke has
apologized to coaches and players of the Nigeria Professional Football League
(NPFL) club for the actions which earned him an indefinite suspension earlier
Ovoke was indefinitely suspended for ‘his actions that
border on anti-club activities and a gross indiscipline’ on Monday, June 27, News24 reported.
The winger has now taken the time to apologize for his
actions, revealing that he is eager to return to the fold.
“I want to use this medium to apologize to the technical
manager (of Rivers United FC) Stanley Eguma who has been more like a father to
me since I joined the football club.
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“I want to also apologize to all the coaches of the club as
well as my teammates.
“I acknowledge that I was wrong and I deserved to be
“It is my prayer that my suspension is lifted as I will like
to return to join my teammates as we look to win laurels for the fans of Rivers
United FC,” he told Rivers United Media.
Ovoke has scored seven goals in all competitions for Rivers
United this season.
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- News24 Nigeria