FC IfeanyiUbah’s Adeleye has no CHAN regret

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The Anambra Warriors’ defender says what his paramount to him now is to recover from the injury he copped and not anything else

FC Ifeanyiubah defender, Olamilekan Adeleye says he is not bothered about his omission from the Super Eagles B team that will play in the African Nations Championship.

Adeleye fractured one of his toes last month while playing for the national side during the LMC Super 6 invitational tournament and he looks forward to resuming light training next week.

“I have taken it in good fate. Injuries are part of this sport and I am at the receiving end. I am grateful to God that the fracture is healing very fast and by next week I should start light training,” Adeleye told Goal.

“It will be too early for me to talk about making an appearance on the opening day of the season on January 14. I will always be in touch with my doctors and whatever they advise is my call.

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“I would have loved to be in the team but I don’t have any hard feelings with that. Life is better of every other thing. I will overcome my challenges.”

The player also gave an update on his proposed departure from IfeanyiUbah: “We are still on it for now but we are yet to reach a compromise. I just want to regain full fitness again before talking about that.

“My representatives are presently working on that. I know that everything will be sorted very soon."

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