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Three Super Eagles Stars Whose Siblings Are Yet To Play For Nigeria

Some families are blessed with football talent, these set of people make names and have fans who follow their exploits.

Siblings carve a niche for themselves at the highest level. It's not a new thing in football.

Names like Jerome Baoteng, Dede Ayew, Jordan Ayew, Prince Baoteng, Altintop brothers and a host of others readily comes to mind.

We have seen Wole Odegbami, Austin Okocha, Kevin Amunike, Emmanuel Okocha, Emmanuel Amunike, Segun Odegbami, Patrick Okala, Emmanuel Okala, Sunday Oliseh, Azubuike Oliseh, Eguatu Oliseh, Kanu Nwankwo and Christopher Kanu rock the colours of the Super Eagles in the past.

The current Super Eagles squad is blessed with a couple of wonderful Footballers.

Chidiebere Nwakali and Kelechi Nwakali are recent examples of brothers who featured for the three-time African champions.

Below are three Super Eagles stars whose siblings haven't played for the Super Eagles.

3. Jamilu Collins

Many don't know that Jamilu Collins has a brother who also plays Football. His name is Shola Collins.

Like Jamilu, the Kaduna bred player is also a defender.

Shola, 23, was last spotted at Kada City. He is yet to represent Super Eagles at international level. He needs to come out of the shadows of his brother.

2. Kenneth Omeruo

Kenneth is one of the senior players in the current Super Eagles set up. He is a one time Africa Cup of Nations winner.

Lucky and Christian Omeruo are his brothers who haven't been capped by the Super Eagles.

1. Ola Aina

Ola Aina and his brother Jordan are products of Chelsea Football Club.

A lot was expected from both players as teenagers but Ola has progressed to feature for Super Eagles. His brother is still waiting at the wings. A regular run at club level could swing in the favour of the 19-year-old Jordan Aina.

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