Potential poser for BMC, Ohilwe

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BMC Football Club has vowed not to release prodigal son Musa Ohilwe to Vietnam outfit Vissai Ninh Binh FC despite the player’s claim that the club asked him to report for training on January 4. Last month, the player sneaked out of the country for a trial with the Vietnam club and his agent, Moran Nthoiwa, later confirmed the club was impressed.

However, the club is yet to approach BMC for the player’s services and the Gaborone side has declared they will not release him unless his suitors table a good offer. BMC manager, Nelson Radijeng said it would be folly to release the player to a club that has not communicated in a professional manner. Radijeng said the player’s word was not enough to merit his release.

“We are yet to receive communication from the club in Vietnam although his agent told us they were interested in signing him. 

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