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Scouting Report: Unheralded Amos Dadet; The Highly Rated Nigerian Playmaker

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Outside the shores of the country, there are handful of Nigerian stars who are flying the flag of the country on a high following their exploits in their various field of endeavor.

Unheralded Nigerian footballer, Amos Dadet, ranks amongst Nigerian stars who are making big statements with their various club. A Golden Fish has no hiding place.

Born on Nov 30, 1999 (23years) ranks amongst the season revelations in the Macedonia elite league as the exciting season the promising Nigerian star is enjoying has left many in awe.



As we dissect the new boy in the block,Amos Dadet, here are some special features who glaring shows the sensational youngster is built for greatness.

Dadet, mainly an attacking midfielder can operate on either flank and anywhere on the offensive spine of the team. His incredible skill set allows for tactics to be changed at a whim in the full knowledge that the teenager will put in a stellar performance regardless of his position on the pitch.

Amos Dadet is the guy who picks the ball up in the final third after much of the hard work is done and then applies his magic. He is a supremely creative player and possesses great composure in pressurized situations in front of goal.

POSITIONAL SENSE

As is customary of a KSM Sports FAproduct, Dadet tactical understanding of the game is already at very high levels, especially in his positional sense.

He always has an eye for where the space is to generate passing opportunities and overloads. Typically, he is a player who thrives in the middle of the pitch, but you will see him take up different zones throughout the pitch, adapting to his teammates and where he believes he can hurt the opposition.

What makes the quick midfielder unplayable in the middle of the park for FK Pobeda AD Prilep is his true identity is still yet to be discovered. He can become a six, an eight, a ten, or a wide player. His technical ability, mixed with his dynamism, means he has a lot of wiggle room to be tactically versatile.

ON THE BALL

Alongside the positions he picks up,Dadet is very smooth and slick with the ball, he is good at recycling possession and progressing the ball through forward dribbling or a penetrative pass.

The Midfield maestro,Amos Dadet is extremely press resistant. He does not panic or allow pressure from the opposition to stop the flow of his game.

In fact, he almost invites in it, backing his technical ability to get out of the situation and keep the ball flowing.

This sort of ball-carrying also sets him apart from other youngsters. It will start meaning that the opposition will double up on him, as he can drive his side 30-40 yards up the pitch: a trait which should not be looked over.

Of course, Dadet also has the ability to pick out a pass. He is very comfortable at playing cute, short passes in more give-and-go sequences to progress the move forward.

Dadet also switches the ball out well to keep the tempo ticking and stretch the play. What a player!

It is also worth mentioning the ability of the Nigerian star to use his both feets. He is very comfortable to shift the ball onto both feet, which is a useful asset – it means he can create more angles and opportunities with his passing and dribbling.

OFF THE BALL

This is where Dadet really does start to stick out like sore thumb. His work off the ball is so impressive; the 23-year-old will often get himself around the pitch, winning duels, and stopping potential attacks.

The Sensational play-maker has a rather refreshing bit of grit, aggression, and tenacity with his defensive work that you rarely see with players so technically gifted.

He is unsurprisingly high for progressive passes received and carried, but he also holds impressive numbers in blocks and pressure per 90 minutes.

This all leads to the point that Dadet could work in a high-energy pressing outfit. the FK Pobeda AD Prilep midfielder truly has it all.

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Adekunle Shines In Sporting Lagos Dramatic Win

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Nigeria Super Eagles defender, Adekunle Adeleke, came through with another top performance in the Nigeria topflight as he Marshaled relegation threatened Sporting Lagos to a win following its dramatic 2-1 win over Defending Champions, Enyimba FC, in one of the Matchday 37 fixture played today.

Unarguably Sporting Lagos trusted defender, Adeleke who joined the Lagos based side at mid season has continually shown off class in back to back games for Sporting.

Sporting Lagos who lost at home on Matchday 36 had their hope of survival on a pendulum as the team needs nothing but a win against Enyimba FC.

After been held at home on Matchday 36, Enyimba marched into Lagos with a date against relegation threatened Sporting Lagos.

Sporting Lagos at kick-off earned a spot kick with just 5mins into the had their chance fluffed but worked out another goal to earn a lead at half time.

On return for the second half, Enyimba FC converted from the spot to return the game to a stalemate.

With few minutes left in the game, Sporting grinded out a deserved goal at the 85mins, a goal enough to separate the two sides at full time.

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Ede Oloko Nets Brace Again!

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Scoring Sensation, Ede Oloko, continued with his goal festival in the Latvian Virsliga, as he recorded another brace in Jelgava disappointing 4-2 defeat to Grobina in one of the Matchday 18 fixtures played earlier today in the Latvian Virsliga.

One of Nigeria most inform abroad, Oloko in back to back games has continued to show off his worth in the colors of Jelgava as he seven (7) goals under his belt.

Winless in last two games, Grobina ambushed Jelgava hoping to bounce back to winning ways on Matchday 18.

Inconsistent Jelgava side had their hands full on Matchday 18 haven been drawn to trade tackles with Grobina away from home.

First half of the fixture ended on a 1-1 stalemate as Ede Oloko third minute goal was cancelled by Grobina with its 41st minute goal before the half time break.

Resilient Grobina on emergence for the second half out scored its visitors to bring the final scoreline to 4-2 with Jelgava Nigerian import, Ede Oloko, completing a brace for the day.

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Sunday Megwo’s Brace Saves Abia Warriros From Relegation

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Red-hot Sunday Megwo and Abia Warriros will play in the Nigeria Premier League next season after the gangling talisman recorded a brace in Abia Warriors 2-0 win over Akwa United earlier today.

Abia Warriors are mathematically safe with 51 points from as many matches as all team struggling for survival cannot catch up with them after final day.

It is a remarkable achievement for Abia Warriros, who were at risk of sinking after its goalless draw against Bendel Insurance but got a sign of relief after its 3-1 win over Gombe United in Bauchi on Matchday 36.

They, Abia Warriros, were down in the relegation zone after matchsay 34 but a burst of form by Nigerian forward , Sunny Megwo has now kept them up.

The dreaded striker has constantly help the team win games with goals as his brace today helps relegation threatened Abia Warriors to be relief.

Today, he scored his seventh (7) goal of the season to give his team all maximum points at stake.

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