Mikel Obi responds to his former club, Trabzonspor's president who said stopping football in Turkey will increase divorces


It is never again news that previous Chelsea and Nigeria midfielder John Mikel Obi has gone separate ways with Turkish super club, Trabzonspor (Read HERE).

During the week, Trabzonspor director Ahmet Agaoglu expressed that the Turkish football class should proceed regardless of across the board calls from the global network for the alliance to be suspended to abstain from spreading coronavirus.

As indicated by Agaoglu, whose club is top of the table in Turkey the group shouldn't be halted on the grounds that it could expand the pace of separations across Turkey however his previous player Mikel Obi has now reacted to Agaoglu's cases.

Mikel, this week ended his agreement with Trabzonspor in the wake of scrutinizing the club via web-based networking media for proceeding with matches when other European classes had halted football matches. The Club director asked Mikel to erase his online networking post to which Mikel cannot, prompting the two gatherings consenting to commonly go separate ways.

Requested to react to Agaoglu's remarks, Mikel was cited as saying by the Watchman UK : "It just gives you how the speculation there is.

"I simply must be straightforward and be ruthless with what I'm stating. It just shows that they don't generally think about human life.

"They couldn't care less about what is happening on the planet. All they care about is the means by which to win the alliance. The motivation behind why I marked for Trabzonspor the previous summer was to win the association.

"I gave 100% in each game. In any case, right now, the world is confronting such a troublesome time, I didn't feel that football should proceed."

"He was letting me know whether I didn't bring the post down, I was not going to play until the finish of the period," Mikel says. "I stated: 'alright, on the off chance that that is the thing that you folks think, at that point I am prepared to hold on what I've said and endure the shot for it.'"

Mikel was an unused substitute for the home game against Istanbul Basaksehir on Sunday, with the choice request having originated from the club president.

"The president let me know: 'I will advise the mentor not to play you,'" Mikel says. "I stated: 'alright.'"

"It was as yet a hazard regarding passing the infection on, with a great deal of certify individuals there, and I saw what was happening, I was on the seat," Mikel says.

"There was no inspiration, the players were totally frightened. There was no handshaking. It didn't feel right. I just idea: 'I would prefer not to be a piece of this.'"

The Turkish FA on Thursday consented to stop the football season.

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