Absa Premiership

Ea Lla Koto and Obada part ways

2015-12-17 08:30
Felix Obada (Supplied)

Cape Town - Free State Stars general manager Rantsi Mokoena has confirmed that Felix Obada is no longer at the club after his contract was cancelled.

The Nigerian winger had only arrived in Bethlehem at the start of the new season, having spent the previous campaign with Moroka Swallows in the National First Division.

Obada made three Premiership appearances for Ea Lla Koto earlier this season, but has not featured since the Telkom Knockout victory over Bidvest Wits on October 3.

The decision has now been made to terminate his agreement with Ernst Middendorp's side, with the 26-year-old free to find another club during the January transfer window.

Commenting on Obada's departure, Mokoena told KickOff: "It was a contract termination and he is no longer with the club."

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