Nigeria midfielder Sunday Mba has returned to Warri Wolves from Enugu Rangers in what is a remarkable turnaround.Mba chose to leave the Warri club for Enugu after a stellar performance at the Africa Cup of Nations where he scored the title-winning goal for the Super Eagles.His decision sparked a transfer tussle that required the intervention of the NFF, which handed both clubs an ultimatum to resolve the issue.That has not happened and the player has now chosen to return to Wolves“Yes, I am going back to Warri Wolves,” Mba told KickOffNigeria.com.He also tweeted from his handle @mba_sunday: “Thanks to all that has wish and pray for me .. The saga is over btw warri wolves and rangers can now play big time football #God @work” Amaju Pinnick, chairman of the Delta State Sports Commission, which oversees Wolves, told KickOffNigeria.com that the move was initiated by the player and his representatives.“I can tell you that it was the player himself that initiated his return to us and we are happy to have him back,” Pinnick said.“He has realised that as a national team player he needs to begin to play regular club football and that explains how he retraced his steps.”Pinnick declined to give further details, but said Rangers had not met the conditions for keeping the player.“At the initial stage, our release of Mba to Rangers was conditional and it was specifically for their continental assignments. “Even at that they have failed to meet the deadline we issued them for that arrangement to be formalised.”
Golf from Café KronborgMonday, Nov. 7, Pattavia – StablefordA Flight (0-19)1st Anders Pedersen (7) 38pts 2nd Arne Max Pedersen (17) 37pts3rd Ronnie Ratte (19) 33pts4th Lotte Boskov (19) 32ptsB Flight (20+)1st Elias Magnusson (23) 30pts2nd Kai Aabling (22) 30pts3rd Steen Habersaat (23) 30pts4th Jan Lovgreen (22) 26ptsNear Pin: #13 Lotte BoskovLong Putt: #18 John CostelloKai Aabling and Henning Olsen with Dave Richardson.We were off the first tee at Pattavia 15 minutes early under partly cloudy skies and in very hot conditions with some rain at the very end. The course as always was in very good shape.We had two flights today with the cut at handicap 19 and 2 technical prizes to shoot for. The A Flight was won by Anders Pedersen with a fine 38 points, Arne Max Pedersen took second with 37, Ronnie Ratte was third on 33 points and Lotte Boskov was a further point back in fourth.In the B Flight we had a three-way count back on 30 points that saw Elias Magnusson take first ahead of Kai Aabling and Steen Habersaat. Jan Lovgreen completed the podium in fourth with 26 points.Friday, Nov. 11, Crystal Bay B & C – StablefordA Flight (0-19)1st Henning Olsen (17) 36pts2nd Ronnie Ratte (19) 34pts3rd Takeshi Hakozaki (14) 33ptsB Flight (20+)1st Kai Aabling (22) 29pts2nd Jan Lovgreen (22) 29pts3rd Steen Habersaat (23) 27ptsNear Pin: B4 Bridgit MortensenLong Putt: B9 Dave RichardsonCrystal Bay was the game today and we got off C1 on time under sunny skies. The course was in good condition and it looks like some money has been infused with the addition of some new golf carts.Henning Olsen won the A Flight with the best score of the day, 36 points, while Ronnie Ratte came second with 34 points and Takeshi Hakozaki third with 33.Kai Aabling was top in B Flight on a count back from Jan Lovgreen, both with 29 points each, and Steen Habersaat took third with 27.