Supreme Kings Academy graduate, Ebenezer Prince Okezie, has been announced as the 'iData' October Player of the month in the current Moldovian topflight league season.
The left footed full back was unanimously voted the best player for the month under review following his back to back Scillinating performances for his Moldovian based outfit, Zimbru Chisinu.
According to records released by, iData, Market Research Consultant, sponsors of the prestigious Moldovian topflight league monthly award states the youthful and energetic Nigerian eligible left full back claimed the prestigious award after garning an average of 228 points in 5matches.
The red hot Nigerian defender claimed the award ahead of, Arthur Patras, Andrei Cojocari who had 224points, Eugeniu Cociu who had 219point and Stefan Drills who amassed a total of 216points.
The highly experienced left full back under the month in review actively helped his side, Zimbru Chisinu, qualify for the quater-finals of the Moldavian Cup and a league win against, FC Floresti.
The budding Nigerian star who joined the Moldovian side in 2019 after been scouted during 'Right2win Football For Hope International Tournament' took the Moldovian topflight league by storm and has gone ahead to command first team shirt in Zimbru Chisinu team.
The workaholic defender equally has a handful of goals and plethora of assists to his name in the current Moldovian topflight league season.
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