Agent threatens to take Istanbulspor, Inainfe, father to FIFA court –

Fresh Talents agent and representative Ese Oduko has threatened to take a player, Michael Ologo Inainfe, and his father to FIFA court for fees owed and training compensation to Fresh Talents Football Academy.

Oduko revealed that Inainfe was his player at Fresh Talents Football Academy, having joined in 2018.

But despite having a contract with the young man until 2023, another party, Imperial Soccer Academy arose after planning with the father to facilitate the passport of his player to obtain the ITC despite the fact that Inainfe was on the Fresh Talents Football Academy Fifa portal TMS.

Michael ologo inainfe, father, Ese oduko and Michael's brother in 2018

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However, the player’s passport was issued by former NFF TMS Manager Nasiru Jibril in April 2021 to Fresh Talents Football Academy.
Another player’s passport was issued by Aliyu, the current NFF TMS Manager for Imperial Soccer Academy in August, in which Nasiru was the club’s TMS manager.

According to Oduko, “I facilitated the transfer of players to Turkey with the new Talents Football Academy team. This player betrayed me to his father.

“After taking care of him and his father, including sending money to his mother and stepmother,
Mr. Oduko made the father’s passport and came to Nigeria to facilitate the visa process for the father and son to Turkey when Istanbulspor asked Fresh Talents to bring the father to keep the child because he was still a minor according to the FIFA rules regarding minors.

“After taking them to Turkey, he turned against me out of greed and signed a five-year contract with Istanbulspor of Turkey.

Michael ologo (second from left) with his teammate and former U-17 national team player Ogaga Oduko (second from right) at the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos in 2018

“A player who was a 2018 Fresh Talents player with concrete evidence from videos and photos. The Turkish club should have closed its contract with Fresh Talents.

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“So these are the things that some players do when we care about them.”

Former England-based footballer and scout Oduko, who sounded so angry on the phone, further said.

“I have a contract with them until 2023, apart from him being at the Fresh Talents Academy supervised by my brother Austin Oduko.

He and the father vowed not to misbehave because they were desperate at the time.

“Now I have made them have contact with foreign clubs and now they turn their back on me like nothing else. I want to present them first and then present the case to FIFA.

“I want to claim the Fresh Talents Football Academy training compensation. Because Fresh Talents did not support the signing of the player for five years with Istanbulspor, that is why Istanbulspor was not happy and convinced the father, who is already a greedy and evil person, to turn against Fresh Talents Football Academy.

“The father I brought to Turkey came back and agreed terms with the club without me.” Mr. Oduko also expressed his annoyance at the way Nasiru and Aliyu handled the matter.

“Fresh Talents should have been contacted knowing full well that the player is on their Fifa Tms portal. This is not good and it is embarrassing the name and reputation of the Nigerian Football Federation. “

Oduko challenges Imperial Soccer Academy to provide evidence that the player has been with them since 2018 and wants the NFF to take up the matter and rectify any mistakes made.

And that’s for the affected parties issuing an apology and official letter to FIFA that Fresh Talents are the right people due to training compensation to avoid going to FIFA.

Mr. Oduko also emphasized that Nasiru has been informed about the plsuer since 2018. He said that Nigerians should not sell themselves cheaply to foreign clubs.

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