When you guys are talking about Adama Traore and Akinfenwaq of being a muscular footballer. I would like to introduce to you this Cameroonian professional footballer George Nganyuo Elokobi who is also like these guys.
George Nganyuo Elokobi born on 31st January 1986 at Mamfe Cameroon, is a Cameroonian professional footballer who plays as a defender for National League club Maidstone United. He is 34 years and possess the height of 1.83 m (6ft 0 in).
Gorge Ekolobi moved from his native Cameroon to England at the age of 16, where he entered non League football with Dulwich Hamlet after a trial period, he was signed by Colchester United and was later loaned to Chester City in January 2005, where he made his professional debut, before going on to make his 46 appearances for Colchester United. and was later signed by Wolverhamp ton Wanderers.
George Elokobi played a fantastic football as a defender.
He is currently playing at Maidstone United with No. 6 Jersey. He has played for many clubs like Dulwich Hamlet, Colchester United, Chester City, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Nottingham Forest, Bristol City, Old Ham Athletic, Braintree Town and Leyton Orient.
See pictures of his muscular body below.
His team mate was even surprised at his muscular bodies.
This shows that this player is truly a beast of his own.
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