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LAGOS - The Slovenian coach of Nigeria's Kano Pillars, Ivan Sajh, has threatened to quit the club if his wife does not receive a visa to join him as specified in his contract.
"I love Kano people, Kano players, but my wife is very important to me. No more empty promises. They must ensure my wife joins me here," Sajh said.
His threat comes on the eve of the team's CAF Champions League Group A clash against Sudan's El Merriekh on Saturday.
But Pillars official Ibrahim Galadima said the problem was that Sajh had failed to produce his marriage certificate, which would facilitate his wife's entry visa application.
"He has the right to have his wife with him, but the unfortunate thing is that she is based in Russia and not in Slovenia. Immigration also want him to produce his marriage certificate," Galadima said.
Sajh joined Pillars in April ahead of the CAF Champions League. Pillars lead the standings in Group A after they drew 1-1 with Zambia's Zesco United two weeks ago. - AFP