Let's take a look at the performance of seven Nigerian players at West Ham after Ademipo Odubeko was named the Premier League 2 Player of the Month for April.1.Daniel Jinadu (18-year-old) The former Chelsea goalkeeper joined West Ham in 2017 after a couple of years at Stamford Bridge.
Nigerian-descent Ademipo Odubeko is amongst the six players that have been shortlisted for April's Premier League 2 Player of the Month Award.The West Ham United attacker had a brilliant April, having notched five goals in four games.He grabbed a hat-trick in a 3-2 win against his former team Manchester United and a brace in the 2-1 win over Everton.
Nigerian youngster, Ademipo Odubeko scored his first ever hat-trick in the premier league 2 as West Ham reserve team were victorious yesterday against Manchester United reserve team by 3:2.Manchester United reserve team were two goals up in the 54th minute of the game at Leigh Sport Village yesterday, but the Nigerian youngster pulled one goal back in the 59th minute with a low shot from about 25 yards from goal.
West Ham United u23 team faced Arsenal u23 team at the London Stadium in what was an entertaining fixture played on Monday evening. The West Ham United youth team were in blazing form today as they performed brilliantly to thrash Arsenal's youth team 6-1 at the end of the match.
^Tariq Uwakwe By Femi Fasetire The resumption of competitive action in England saw nine Nigerian-born youngsters at their best, but their thrills all came in youth matches that preceded the commencement of healthy rivalry and hostilities in the English Premier League this weekend. ^Ademipo Odubeko As the ‘big boys’ get ready to roll out on Saturday and Sunday, Tariq Uwakwe and Ademipo Odubeko both romped home a haul of goals in action for their respective clubs in the EFL Trophyp; while a total of seven
Nigeria youth international Daniel Jinadu watched proceedings from the bench as West Ham lost their opening fixture of the new Premier League 2 season to reigning champions Chelsea on Monday afternoon, Surprisingly in-form Hammers striker Ademipo Odubeko wasn't included in the matchday squad and the same applied to Chelsea duo Faustino Anjorin and Bryan Fiabema. But there were starts for Jinadu's teammates Tunji Akinola and Oladapo Afolayan, while Josh Okocha remained on the bench for the entirety of the
Highly talented Nigerian striker Ademipo Odubeko was conspicuously absent from West Ham U23s matchday squad as they were narrowly beaten 1-0 by Premier League 2 champions Chelsea on Monday afternoon. with certainty that the former Manchester United wonderkid was not due to travel with the Hammers squad to Kingsmeadow from the word go because he was in contention to make his professional debut against Charlton Athletic in a Carabao Cup second-round tie this evening. West Ham boss David Moyes was impressed