1. Antonio Nusa Antonio Nusa, born 17 April 2005, is a Norwegian football striker who plays for Stabæk. Starting his career in Langhus IL, he moved to Stabæk's youth section at the age of 13. He was given the chance for the senior team in early 2021, scored in a friendly match, and subsequently signed for the senior squad.
Chelsea wonderkid Bryan Fiabema has given a massive hint that he would be open to switching his international allegiance from Norway to Nigeria in the near future after following the Super Eagles on Instagram, allnigeriasoccer.com reports. Born to a Nigerian father and Norwegian mother seventeen years ago, Fiabema was free to play for Nigeria's youth teams without applying to FIFA for a change of association until October 2019 when he made his competitive debut for Norway U17s in a European Championship q
Chelsea youngster Bryan Fiabema has hinted on his international future. Born to a Nigerian father and Norwegian, Bryan Fiabema has revealed that he is willing to switch his international allegiance to the three times African Champions in the near future. He would have been free to play for Nigeria's youth teams without applying to FIFA for a change of association had it been he failed to make a competitive debut for Norway's U17s in October 2019. Bryan Fiabema who joined Chelsea in the January transfer
It does not happen frequently that a player of Nigerian origin decides to represent the country from Nordics. However, we have an example of Chuma Anene who is representing Norway. The 27-year-old forward who was considered to play at a high level did not live up to expectations based on him and he has already left several clubs. What really went wrong for Chuma Anene in football? Did he lack determination, discipline, or he was at the wrong place at the wrong time? In this article, we will talk about this player.
by Yusuf Olanrewaju Catch up on the Nigeria-eligible players that were on target for their respective clubs in matches across Europe on Saturday, December 21. We begin in the English Football League. Fulham returned to winning ways with a hard fought 2-1 victory against fellow promotion candidates Leeds United at Craven Cottage. Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Josh Onomah netted the game winning goal for Fulham in the 69th minute, smashing the ball home after it dropped for him, his first goal for the