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Ejike holds cards close to vest



Sharks' forward, Bright Ejike has said he is undecided on the team to play for ahead of the 2012/2013 NPL season.

Although the Garden City side have resumed camp for the new league season the Flying Eagles' hit man hopes to hit camp next week.

Ejike said he wants to take his time before he appends signature to any team for the coming season.

"I'm still a Sharks player but I've not committed myself to any team for the new league season.

"I'm taking my time and won't rush into a contract with any team. Several clubs want my signature but I'm telling them to hold on and allow me time to take a firm decision.

"At least, the league is not starting immediately, there is still time but in a week or two things will open up and I'll take a decision.

"I'll be in Port Harcourt next week to discuss with Sharks, look at things on ground and the outcome will assist in whatever decision I'll take," he said to supersport.com.

Ejike played a vital role in Sharks' futile attempt to win the league shield in the out gone 2011/2012 season as well as the 2012 Federation Cup competition. He is one of the core players coach John Obuh relied on to pick the 2013 AYC ticket.



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