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Ogaga makes 3SC U-turn



Former Kano Pillars and Jigawa forward, Moses Ogaga, has agreed to a new deal at 3SC, keeping him at the club till the end of the 2012/2013 season and ending speculation about his future.

Moses, a nephew of former 3SC star, David Ogaga, was one of the reasons the Ibadan side had a turnaround in the second half of the 2011/2012 season.

The forward, who is on loan at the Ibadan side was initially linked to hometown club, Warri Wolves.

supersport.com understands that Wolves supremo, Amaju Pinnick, had expressed his desire to lure Ogaga to the Warri outfit following his five-star outing for 3SC last term.

“3SC is a big club and I’m excited to have agreed a new deal with the club.

“The fans of the club have been wonderful since my arrival from Jigawa. I actually spent sometime at Wolves, but decided to spend more time here,” Ogaga told supersport.com.

Interestingly, Wolves gaffer, Solomon Ogbeide is also a long time admirer of the forward and was eager to sign him to his rooster.

supersport.com learnt that Ogaga’s return has since boosted the morale of the club’s hierarchy.

Before his decision to join 3SC last term, Ogaga had never played football in the south.



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