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‘You Don’t Buy Trust And Loyalty..’ Ighalo Pours Encomium on Super Agent Atta Aneke

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Nigeria International, Odion Ighalo, has poured Encomium on world acclaimed Nigerian-Norwegian Super Agent, Atta Aneke, following their link-up in Lagos State, Nigeria.

The Super Agent, Atta Aneke, currently in Nigeria for his players management group annual career transforming Scouting tourney alongside top Nigerian Agent, Paul Ojo Omamomo and Attai Udia visited the Al-Wehda talisman in his Multi-Million Mansion.

Paul Ojo Omama x Odion Ighalo x Udia Attai

Acknowledging and celebrating the Super Agent, Atta Aneke, who doubles as his manager, Odion Ighalo eulogized the big football agent for his big role in his illustrious career.

“Been working with my Agent @Playersagentoslo since I started my professional football career till date 2007-2024. You don’t buy trust and loyalty, you earn it. God bless you for everything” Ighalo wrote on his verified Instagram handle.

Just like Odion Ighalo, Super Agent Atta Aneke of Players Management Group has and playing key roles in the career up-shoot of most Nigerian talented footballers plying their trade across top European Leagues.

For Over two decades, top ranking Emefie Aneke Atta has been the face behind the rise and blossom of top Nigerian stars as his agency, Players Management Group, has brought to daylight juicy transfers.

According to trasnfermarket.com the Norwegian born Nigerian Super agent, Emefie Aneke Atta, Player Management Group controls a total of (90) players with (65) players plying their trade in topflight leagues in Europe, Asia and Scandinavia leagues.

Nigerian stars such as Igoh Ogbu,Samuel Adegbenro, Victor Boniface, Odion Ighalo, Chidera Ejuke,Daniel Chima Chukwu, Gift Orban, Fred Friday, Suleiman Abdullahi, Akor Adams, Abel Ogwuche, Peter Godly Michael, Chidera Ejuke, Like James Aaron Olanare, etc ranks amongst notable Nigerian stars under the Prestigious Players Management Group

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Besiktas Parts Ways with 21-Year-Old Player Emirhan Delibaş Over Discrepancy in Age on Dating site

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Besiktas and Emirhan Delibas Part Ways Amicably After Age Discrepancy on Dating Profile Goes Viral.

Besiktas Parts Ways with Young Player Amid Dating Profile Controversy Emirhan Delibas, 21, leaves club by Mutual Agreement Despite Denying Authenticity of Profile. Despite Denials, Delibas Exits Besiktas After Rising Through Youth Ranks.

In a statement, the club said: ‘We have parted ways with professional football player Emirhan Delibas by mutual agreement. We wish him success in his future career.’

Though the official reasoning behind the decision was not confirmed, it is likely to have been connected to Delibas’ alleged profile on dating app Bumble.

On his page, a photo of Delibas wearing Besiktas’ training kit and holding a drink was accompanied by his name and age, though the number falsely claimed he is 24.

His description told matchers that he was a footballer for the club, provided his Instagram handle and revealed that he was looking for ‘something casual’.

In a twist, however, the player has looked to distance himself from the profile.

In a statement on Instagram, he said: ‘I reject the slanders made by fake accounts and would like to state that my loyalty to my team cannot be questioned.

‘Besiktas is a responsibility for me. Your love has been my greatest motivation.’

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2023 FIFA Women World Cup: Super Falcons Squad Numbers Unveiled

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With the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup opening games scheduled for this Thursday, the shirt numbers of Nigeria’s Super Falcons were revealed earlier today with most players retaining their traditional Jersey numbers

In the goalkeeping area, first choice goalkeeper, retained her Jersey Number 16 whilst Balogun and Oluehi opted for Jersey Number 23 and 1 respectively.

Barcelona Feminine’ upfront, Asisat Oshala retained her number 8 with the number 9 shirt handed to Desire Oparanozie and Athletico Madrid Feminine Rashedaat Ajibade taking her trade mark Jersey Number 15.

At the backline, old war horse Onome Ebi and her center back pair,Plumptre retained their Jersey number 2 and 5. In the middle of the park, Ucheibe and Monday gift went for Jersey number 10 and 11.

In the Forward line; Ordega and Kanu will put on jersey number 12 and 17 respectively. Highly rated Payne and Echegini will wear 7 and 19.

The Super Eagles will start their campaign at the 2023 Women World Cup against Canada on July 21st.

Nigeria will then face Australia on July, 27th before the final group game versus Republic of Ireland on July 31st.

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Akinkunmi Amoo facing prison sentence over sexual assault

Super Eagles forward Akinkunmi Amoo has been handed a significant legal blow as he has been sentenced to one year in jail in Denmark.

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Akinkunmi Amoo Receives One-Year Jail Sentence in Denmark Following Conviction for Sexual Assault

Super Eagles forward Akinkunmi Amoo has been handed a significant legal blow as he has been sentenced to one year in jail in Denmark. The court found him guilty of three charges of sexual assault on June 23rd. This article provides an overview of the case and its implications for the young winger’s career.

Details of the Case:

Akinkunmi Amoo, a 21-year-old winger, was initially arrested in September 2022 for offenses related to sexual assault. The incidents, which took place in April, July, and August 2022, led to his subsequent release on bail in October. The charges against Amoo include rape in a sexual relationship other than intercourse, attempted rape, and violations against two additional women.

Sentencing and Deportation:

Amoo has been handed an unconditional one-year jail term as part of his punishment. Following the completion of his sentence, he will be deported from Denmark. Additionally, he will be banned from entering the country for six years. These measures reflect the seriousness of the crimes for which he has been convicted.

Appeal and Uncertain Future:

In light of the verdict, the 21-year-old has expressed his intention to appeal, claiming that he has been set up. The outcome of the appeal process will determine the next steps in the case. It remains to be seen how this development will impact Amoo’s future both professionally and personally.

Football Career:

Akinkunmi Amoo joined Copenhagen in January 2022, transferring from Swedish outfit Hammarby. His potential was recognized when he received a call-up to the Super Eagles squad for the FIFA World Cup Playoffs against Ghana. However, his progress was halted by an ACL injury at the beginning of the 2022-23 season, forcing him to miss the entire campaign. Notably, he was absent from Copenhagen’s league title celebrations following their triumph.

Conclusion:

The conviction and subsequent jail sentence handed to Akinkunmi Amoo for sexual assault charges have significantly affected his football career and personal life. As he pursues an appeal against the verdict, the outcome will determine the course of action going forward. This case highlights the importance of addressing and condemning all forms of misconduct within the sporting community.

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