Austin Jay Jay Okocha would surely go down as one of the most skillful players Africa and Nigeria ever created. Born August 14 1973, Jay Jay really proved to be a formidable force in Africa and in Europe.
Okocha started his youth Career for Enugu Rangers before joining Borussia Neunkirchen in 1990. In 1992, He joined Eintracht Frankfurt where he spent four seasons scoring 16 goals in 90 appearances. Jay Jay also spent times at Fenerbahce, Paris Saint-Germain, Bolton Wanderers, Quatar SC and Hull City where he retired in 2008.
His most memorable times where when he played for PSG with the likes of Ronaldinho watching him on the bench.
Okocha was widely respected worldwide because his skills were second to none. His ability to laugh and enjoy himself even during tough, crucial matches gained him series of recognitons by most people. His free-kick ability was also great. Truth being told, Nigeria misses Jay Jay Okocha, He was a phenomenal player.
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