See Before and After photos of NPFL players after they left Nigeria for Europe
By SportAlert | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 3839 views
Change they say is the the only constant thing in life. Once change occurred, you cannot remain the same either positively or negativity. Some persons need a change of environment in order to live a good life, while some simply need a good job.
In this article, SportAlert is sharing photos of before and after of Nigerian Professional Football League players who once plight their trade in the country before they left for greener pastures.
Trust me after viewing this photos, you will be stunt.
Valentine Ozornwafor (Galatasaray, defender)
This is the photo of the young lad when he was in Nigeria with Enyimba and after he joined Turkish giant Galatasaray. You can spot the big difference.
Stephen Odey (Amien, Striker)
Stephen Odey was the highest goal scorer in the 2015/2016 NPFL season before he left to Europe. Currently he is on the payroll of French side Amien.
Ubong Ekpai (Victoriã Plazen, Forward)
The Akwa United forward is not doing bad at all after he left Nigeria. He is probably leaving the life of his dreams.
Ikouwem Utin (Israel )
The former Enyimba defender left Nigeria to Israel. He is currently in Israel playing is football.
Allasan Ibrahim (Portugal)
The former Akwa United mifielder now plays for Portuguese side Nacionale.
Congratulations to them!
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