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Nigeria Top-flight League: Red-hot Nigerian Striker Obioma Chukwuemeka Bags Player Of The Month Award



Sensational Nigerian striker, Obioma Chukwuemeka, has been voted the League Bloggers player of the month for February.
Thanks to his remarkable goal-scoring form, the Enyimba International striker has clearly been a standout performer for the ‘People’s Elephant’ in the 2022–23 season.

The Enyimba talisman scored 5 goals in the 5 domestic league games in February, including a brace against El Kanemi Warriors. And indeed, this has helped him win the prestigious player award.

In the month under review,February, Obioma Chukwuemeka has been a smoking form in the league for his team to rank as the league top scorer with (7) goals and position his team on the second position.

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Official: Nigerian International Junior Lokosa Shake Hands With Remo Stars



Nigerian top-flight league side, Remo Stars Football Club have completed the signing of former Nigeria professional football league ‘Goal king’ Junior Sewanu Lokosa from Saudi Arabia based side, Al-Rayyan Club.

Born on 23 August 1993, 29-year-old Junior Sewanu Lokosa started his professional football career with defunct Nigerian based clubside, First Bank FC in 2013.

After a 7years stint with the defunct Lagos based side, First Bank FC, scoring 92 goals in 128 apperances, Junior Sewanu Lokosa moved to team up with Kano Pillars in 2018.

In Kano Pillars, Junior Sewanu Lokosa blossomed into a dreaded striker in the top-flight league and also went ahead to emerge Nigeria professional football league top scorer in 2018.

After trials in China,[7] he joined Espérance Sportive de Tunis on 14 January 2019, signing a two-and-a-half-year contract.

On July 30, 2020 the Tunisian champions Espérance Sportive de Tunis announced Lokosa’s departure on their Official Twitter and cut his contract.

On 5 August 2022, Lokosa joined Saudi Second Division side Al-Rayyan.

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Kwara United Centre back, Ekpo Emmanuel and Ghanaian National has stated that he is super excited for the second half of the Nigeria Professional League season to commence.

The first half of the Nigeria Professional League Season was concluded on 22nd of February with Kwara United winning away at Elkanemi Warriors home in the last game of the league season to finish 8th on the Group A standing of the NPFL .

The team also changed Coaches with Coach Abdulazeez Mohammed making way for Coach Kabiru Dogo.

Emmanuel Ekpo when asked about the change in the technical bench and how it will affect the team going forward, the Ghanaian Centre Back had this to say “I believe the new coach has given us a new mentality, I am confident in his ability to steady the team well and i hope at the end of the season we will end in a respectable position.” He further stated that he is looking forward to the second half of the season and can’t wait for the resumption of the second half f the league season scheduled to commence on 26th of March, 2023.

Kwara United will take on El-Kanemi Warriors in a reverse fixture on March 26th

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Kelvin Ejeh | It Is Fraustrating, We Didn’t Make Enough Of Our Chances In The Final Third



Abia Warriors FC assistant gaffer, Kelvin Ejeh, was left frustrated his Abia Warriors side had not made more of their opportunities in it’s rescheduled Matchday 9 fixture against Rivers United played earlier today at the Umuahia township stadium.

The Warriors were forced to a share of spoils against the Pride of Rivers’ with the game ending on a 0-0 score line at full time.

The exciting fixture lived up to its billing with the two sides showcasing the best of football artistry to the spectators delight regardless ending the half all level .

On return for the second half, the Warriors were handed a golden opportunity to break the deadlock, no thanks to Striker Bello Lukman who failed to beat Rivers United goalkeeper from the spot.

Eje’s side pressed for a winner afterwards but all efforts were all furtile till the blast of the whistle to end proceedings at the Umuahia township stadium.

In a presser with Abia Warriros media, the highly experienced tactician who stood in the dugout for one match banned Head Coach, Erasmus Onu, expressed his disappointment following the unfavorable result.

“I’m frustrated and disappointed,” said the Warriors assistant Coach, Kelvin Ejeh.

“We were so dominant in the game, so on top, but it’s probably the same problem we’ve probably had a lot really where we don’t show enough in the final third for what we have.

“We created the most chance in the game but our striker’s failed to come to the party, hence the unfavorable outcome”

“It probably sums up where we are as a squad really – we just need a bit more in that final third. We just didn’t have enough to show for our dominance and that’s the most frustrating thing”

“We were in their box so many more times than they were in ours, we were in the final third so many more times, and there was a big difference between the two teams.

“They have set up well, they have come for a counter-attack but our back line were able to match them toe to toe”

“We have to work so hard to score our goals and break teams down, dominate the ball, move the ball and score goals.

“I’m proud of the players, they gave everything. The performance wasn’t a bad one at all.

“We managed the squad, a few people were really nursing knocks, niggles whilst some were out owing to suspension and I thought those guys did great, so in terms of that it was good” soft speaking Coach Kelvin Ejeh concluded.

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