What 's going through the mind of Woodlands Wellington when they announced to the press that they taking Agu Casmir back on a year deal?
Other than that, the Rams will pay the US$20,000 sign-on fee, took by the errant striker, back to Indonesian club Persija.
While the FAS on their part, had cut the subsidy meant for him, slapped him with a one year ban from playing for the national team plus a hefty fine.
Now, the questions are:
Is the Indonesian FA and Persija willing to let the matter rest easily? Especially, after Agu went missing they had threaten to bring the matter to FIFA.
Sound contradicting here: Agu claimed his ITC will be released by Persija if he can pay back the US$20,000 sign-on fee (provided he sign with a new club).
All this while, it seems to me that Agu "will return the sign-on fee" to Persija but the latter don't seems to buy his story thus threaten to bring up the issue to FIFA.
So should we believe?
Anyway, time is not on Agu's side either.
With the recent frequet travelling around the globe, his fitness might be in doubt.
While the boo-boys are ready at the stands to voice their view whenever Woodlands play after their daring decision to re-sign Agu and Itimi Dickson.