Awaziem’s Case Threatens Onyemaechi’s Permanent Switch To Boavista

Bruno Onyemaechi’s potential permanent move to Boavista of Portugal has been thrown into doubt due to the club’s current transfer ban. The ban was imposed by FIFA as a result of debts owed to Nigerian amateur club Green Sports FC from a previous transfer of Chidozie Awaziem. The club’s inability to pay has resulted in a transfer ban, which could prevent Onyemaechi from joining the club permanently.

Samuel E. Ogbah, the spokesperson of Nigerian sports law firm Activity Chambers, spoke to about the circumstances that could affect Onyemaechi’s career prospects. Ogbah explained that Green Sports FC, one of the clubs that trained Awaziem, had a solidarity compensation claim against Boavista. FIFA ruled in favour of Green Sports FC, but Boavista was unable to pay. As a result, the club received a transfer ban in December last year.

Boavista was unable to acquire any players during the January transfer window and will not be able to register any new players unless they pay what they owe Green Sports FC. This could prevent Onyemaechi, a 2023 Super Eagles invitee, from joining Boavista permanently. The 24-year-old defender played on loan for Boavista last season from his parent club Feirense and was a crucial player for the Porto-based club.

Onyemaechi played in 29 Primeira Liga games for Boavista in the 2022/2023 campaign, scoring one goal and providing one assist. He also scored one goal in three Allianz Cup games. However, his permanent move to Boavista may depend on the resolution of the club’s debt to Green Sports FC.

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In conclusion, the transfer ban imposed on Boavista due to their debt to Green Sports FC could affect Bruno Onyemaechi’s career prospects. The defender played on loan for Boavista last season and was a key player for the club. However, his permanent move to Boavista may be prevented unless the club pays what they owe Green Sports FC. This case highlights the importance of clubs fulfilling their financial obligations to other clubs, especially smaller ones.

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