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Aggy and Olembe Off - We told you last week

We told you last week that Wigan Athletic pair Julius Aghahowa and Salomon Olembe are heading off to Turkey this summer and not for a holiday.

Turkish Premier Super League side Kayserispor have negotiated to take the Africans off Latics hands once the season finishes.

Neither Aghahowa nor Olembe have exactly set the club on fire since joining the Latics and indeed in the case of Aghahowa with his reputation he has been a major disappointment.

Confirming the deal that Vital Wigan exclusively told the sporting world Latics boss Steve Bruce said:

'It hasn't worked out for these two here - it's a shame but that's football. We hope they have a better time in Turkey.'




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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 23 2008

Time: 10:07PM

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Looks like there is going to be a lot of changes down at Robin Park this summer
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