Onyekachi Apam’s wish of resurrecting his career has suffered a set behind after Major League Soccer (MLS) side, Seattle Sounders, expelled him and dual other Nigerians from a stream squad.
The club, in a statement, suggested they are disappearing agreement options of 8 players including defender Apam and brazen Sean Okoli, while defender Jalil Anibaba is out of contract.
“In a fasten it’s a unchanging plea to keep successful teams together, and these forms of decisions are always difficult,” pronounced Sounders FC Owner and General Manager Adrian Hanauer.
“Having pronounced that, conversations are ongoing with several players about their particular futures with a club, and as we continue to figure a register for 2015, we’ll have additional announcements to share.”
The former Nigeria girl general unsuccessful to make an coming for Sounders given fasten on a giveaway send in Sep 2014.
Meanwhile, Sean Okoli played 3 games before fasten second-tier Orange County on loan, while Anibaba played 17 games for Sounders, who have opted not to replenish his contract.
Sounders, winners of a 2014 MLS Supporters’ Shield and a U.S. Open Cup, now say a patrol of 23 players including Nigerian Obafemi Martins, who scored 17 goals and done 13 assists in a 2014 season.