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Nigerian star sets to play for a European country after being ignored by Gernot Rohr

Nigeria-born Striker Patrick Friday Eze has made it known that he's ready to play for the Albenian national team, after he was being ignored by Super Eagles head coach Gernot Rohr despite the fact that he's his league's highest goal scorer this season.

The Kaduna-born Striker has been firing from all cylinders for FK Kukesi football club of Albenia this season, and he has already netted the total number of 12 goals in the Albenian Superliga.

Eze who was born in 1992 joined FK Kukesi last summer transfer window, and he has made himself to be one of the best players in the league this season, but he has been overlooked several times by the Super Eagles handler, and that has now made him to reveal that he'll welcome the idea of representing the Albenian national team whenever he's invited.

In a chat with Ora News which was quoted by FK Kukesi via their official Instagram handle, it says;

"I have not played Nigeria any match nor with the ages since they have not accumulated me. If Albenia calls me I'm ready to play for Albenia."

Patrick Eze Friday has been impressive since the beginning of the season, and he'll be ready to continue his excellent performance when FK Kukesi play their next game this weekend.

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