Yussif Mohammed Nurudeen’s Manager, Baba Nuhu Mallam, has hit out at Tamale City after the Tamale based division one side failed to release his player when an offer came for him to move.
In a combative reaction on sports24online.com Mallam said his relationship with Tamale City could have come to an end after attempts to move his player failed in the second transfer window.
The Chief Executive Officer of Banuma, a Sports Consortium warned The Citizens “you cannot own a human being” and said Tamale City should “remember things that he said when giving the boy out to them.” There was a clear agreement between the two parties and for Tamale City to refuse to release the player is a breach of trust and that could be the end” Mallam reacted angrily.
“The future of a player should be paramount to every club and manager and for Tamale City to refuse to allow the boy move on is very disappointing” he continued.
The former Guan United player was looking forward to linking up with University for Development Studies Sports Director, Coach Shaibu Ibrahim Tanko at Real Tamale United for the remainder of the season, but City’s refusal to accept a request and subsequent failure to pick calls from his manager has denied the defender from joining the Pride of the North, RTU.
Nurudeen, 22, joined Tamale City during the 2019-20 campaign, managing eleven Division One League games before the Covid-19 pandemic brought an end to the season. However after a fine start to the season with the Citizens, decided to switch camp to City rivals RTU and further his education at UDS.
Baba Nuhu Mallam stated that from last week when he informed City the time had come for his player to pursue another adventure. City had accepted the agreement verbally only to deny the player from joining RTU on the last day of the window.
Yussif Mohammed Nurudeen has since failed to report to training as he seeks for other alternatives.