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Nigerian Football Agent Laments how Government Policy in Uzbekistan has brought Nigerian Footballers Terrible Nightmares

Nigerian Football Agent Laments, Plead for Change in Uzbekistan's Government Policy to accomodate Nigerian Footballers and other foreigners.

A Nigerian Football Agent in Uzbekistan, Nwufo Amaechi Patrick who is also the CEO of Mechelinesports International Football Academy, has lamented how hundreds of Nigerian Footballers in Uzbekistan are suffering in the country due to the policy guiding their Football that does not go well with most Nigerian Footballers and other foreigners.
During a Telephone Call session with nigfooty.com the Ex-Rangers International told our correspondent Oladele, that Nigerian Players and other foreigners are suffering in Uzbekistan due to the Policy that guides the Country's football.

According to Patrick, only players who have played for their national teams or top flight league in their native countries are allowed to play in the Uzbekistan Super League, which means a Nigeria player who has not played in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) or National Team can not sign a deal in the Uzbekistan Super League.
Patrick also lamented that a lot of Nigerians who plays in the lower league in Uzbekistan 'play for free' (playing without pay) which is another terrible experience to players, moreover when their VISAs expires, the club is less concerned and no one cares about you as such, you have to sort out VISA issues by yourself, and then pay huge fine, players welfarism in terrible state.

Nwufo Amaechi Patrick is currently in Uzbekistan with 8 of his players who were to sign deal since 2019, six of the players have a successful trial during friendly matches while two others are out due to injury, but the successful six could not sign any deal due to the government policy guiding football in Uzbekistan.
In the list of players currently in Uzbekistan under Patrick, we have; Okeke Pascal (Ex-Rangers International), Egaga Monday (Ex-Kaduna Player), Gabriel Ajibola, Nduka Young and others.

Patrick is hereby calling Uzbekistan Government/FA to please review their policy to accommodate Nigeria Footballer and other foreigners who have not played for National team or their native top leagues, as this will cause immeasurable growth to Uzbekistan's Football.

By Oladele Emmanuel Abiodun

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