Nigerian midfield player, Azubuike Okechukwu has expressed his delight while playing alongside Robson de Souza, more commonly known as Robinho, the Brazilian football icon at his Turkish side Istanbul Başakşehir.
The 22 year-old told Channels Television via Skype from his base in Turkey.
"For me I think it's different someone you grew up watching playing in the highest level like madrid and manchester city.
"Now playing with him is amazing, something's you stop and watch him do some tricks in training.
"His being my big brother and best friend in the team and am happy about it".
The former Bayelsa United player is currently on loan with turkish side, Istanbul Başakşehir from Egyptian club side Pyramids FC.
He was part of the Nigerian football team that won a bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Olympic football competition under coach samson siasia.
Robinoh was in September 2008 the British highest paid footballer when he moved to Manchester City on a four-year deal worth £32.5M from Real Madrid.
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