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Top 17 Nigerian Players To Keep An Eye On Today



Actions are expected to be underway later today across European and Scanadevian leagues as teams continue their quest for Domestic league and Cup glory.

In all the 400 games in the offing today, Nigerian stars are expected to be up for selection for their club sides and here are 17 Nigerian stars to keep an eye on today.

1. Igoh Ogbu (Slavia Prague, Czech Republic)

The rock-solid defender would be in a big test game today when Slavia Prague takes on Sparta Prague in the finals of the MOL Cup.

2. Peter Olayinka (Slavia Prague, Czech Republic)

In the last phase of his contract with Slavia Prague, Olayinka would eye to end strong as he would hope to provide the goals in the MOL cup finals against Sparta Prague.

3. Victor Boniface (Royal Union, Belgium)

The Nigerian international and his side will hope to finish the play-off strong when they face Royal Antwerp at home.

4. Alhassan Yusuf (Royal Antwerp, Belgium)

The box to box midfielder will hope to help his side keep a clean-sheet when they face, Royal Union in one of the Belgian Jupiler league.

5. Moses Simon (Nantes, France)

Moses and his side will hope to bounce back from their last scandalous defeat and get points when they face Brest away from home.

6. Ademola Lookman (Atalanta, Italy)

Lookman will be relied on to provide the goals for his side when they face Spezia.

7. Troost-Ekong (Salernitana, Italy)

Ekong and his side will continue their quest for survival in the Serie A when they face Fiorentina.

8. Cyriel Dessers (Cremonese, Italy)

Dessers would be eyeing to help his side with goals when they face Ac Milan in a tough test.

9. David Okereke (Cremonese, Italy)

The Nigerian international who was on the score sheet last time will hope to add to his goals when Cremonese face with Ac Milan later today.

10. Samuel Chukwueze (Villarreal, Spain)

The Nigerian international who has been on a scoring spree will hope to find and assist goals when Villarreal take on Valencia later today.

11. Yenne Tenton (Ararat-Armenia, Armenia)

On 9goals in the league the Nigerian international will hope to bang the double digits to help his side clinch maximum point’s against Ararat Yerevan.

12. Rasheed Akanbi (Sheriff Tiraspol, Moldova)

The lanky forward who banged the goal which qualified his side last time out in the Moldovan cup will be relied on for the goals when they face Petrocub.

13. Moses Cobnan (Krasnodar, Russia)

Conman will hope to help his side defeat lower side Akron as Krasnodar continue their quest for league cup glory.

14. Olakunle Olusegun (Krasnodar,Russia)

The bullish striker would hope to score for his new born when Krasnodar face Akor in the Russian cup.

15. Leke James (Sivasspor, Turkey)

If fit and up for selection the Nigerian striker will be saddled with the goal scoring responsibilities when Sivaspor face Fenerbache.

16. Ahmed Musa (Sivasspor, Turkey)

The Nigeria Super Eagles skipper will hope to help his side a great deal when they face Fenerbache.

17. Osayi Samuel (Fenerbache, Turkey)

The Nigerian defender is expected to hold down the right back position for Fenerbache when they take on Sivasspor later today.

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Transfer: Romanian Top-Flight League Champions Joins Chase For Nigerian Youngster David Ankeye.



Red-hot Nigerian striker, David Ankeye, tops the transfer radar of top European and clubsides following his breakout season with Tunisian based side ES Hammam-Sousse.

Born on May 22, 2002, the 21-year-old Nigerian sensational center-forward has been an incredible form for Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 outfit, ES Hammam-Sousse, scoring in back to back games.

According to Nigerian based Journalist, Nwosu Chigozie, the in-form center-forward, David Ankeye, has plethora of offers with newly promoted Romanian top-flight league side, FC Dinamo București and Romanian top-flight league champions, FCV Farul Constanța , ranking as the two sides leading the chase for the Nigerian talisman.

As of the time of this report, the two Romanian elite league sides has already tabled €200,000 Euros for the services of the Nigerian Strikers, David Ankeye.

With Eight (8) league goals to his name, David Ankeye has remained one of Nigeria most consistent Strikers abroad as his exceptional clinical goal scoring prowess makes him unplayable and dangerous .

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Etim John: Nigerian Born Winger Clinch League Title With Slovak Outfit



Little known Nigerian star, Etim John, has added another medal to his cabin as he emerged League Champions with Slovak outfit, FK Spišská Nová Ves and earned the team promotion.

The highly rated wing-wizard was an integral squad member of the stars studded FK Spišská Nová Ves side as he played a key role to the club success story and promotion.

To seal the league title, FK Spišská Nová Ves were faced with an uphill task haven been fixed to trade tackles with Rimaviska in its last game of the season.

The champions in waiting, FK Spišská Nová Ves brushed outside its opponents Rimaviska on a 3-1 score line to emerge champions and earn promotion.

Following his outstanding performances, the former Liepaja winger who has turned a free player after the current campaign is believed to top transfer radar of top Clubsides with the free playing weighing all options on the table.

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Super Sub: Nigerian Scoring Sensation Effiong Nsungusi Nets 4th League Goal



Nigeria Scoring Sensation, Effiong Nsungusi, continued with his goal party in the Kazakhstan elite league as he came through with his (4) goal of the season in Football Club Atyrau disappointing defeat away from home against Ordabasy.

Joining from Danish side, Koge, Nsungusi has continually justified his season for Football Club Atyrau with his back to back goals.

In-form Ordabasy had its unbeaten run put to test haven been drawn to face Football Club Atyrau on Matchday 12 at home.

Rejuvenated Football Club Atyrau came all out for maximum points haven been drawn to face title gunning Ordabasy side.

First half for the fixture swung the part of the host as they scored twice in the first half to establish a two goal lead at half time.

On re-emergence for the second half, Football Club Atyrau Nigerian import who came off the bench at the 46th minute went ahead to score his side goal at the 49th minute.

A lifeline which never counted for the team as it ended in a defeat for the visitors

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