After a week long International break, club actions is set to resume this weekend across top leagues in Europe with many mouth watering fixtures on offer . Below are the Super Eagles players who are expected to be in action for their respective clubs. 1. Jamilu Collins (Paderborn, Germany)
Super Eagles stars returned to league actions after the International break wherein they Nigeria Senior National team played, Central Africa Republic, in a double header, in one of the African World Cup qualifiers series. It was an exciting time for the players in the league during the weekend, some propelled their sides to big wins, some increased their goal tally whilst the others had a bad day in office.
Over the weekend, Nigerian born and eligible players plying their trade outside the shores of the country were actively involved in their various clubs league matches Below are the Nigerian players who excelled with their various club sides over the weekend with Chisom Chikatara making huge headlines. 1.
Premier League was officially kicked off for 2021/22 season last week, the whole EPL team was seen in action. Arsenal and Manchester city was defeated in the opening Match. Both old and new players performed very well last week, but they're some new players who have not played any match.
Nigerian Super Eagles Players have started dominating the 2021/22 English premier league campaign. With the performance of Ogenekaro Etebo, Dennis Emmanuel, Wilfred Ndidi, Trust Ekong, and other talented Super Eagles stars, this season will be a good season for Nigerians in the English premier league.
There is news about Super Eagles of Nigeria forward Emmanuel Dennis Bonaventure. On Saturday, September 18th Emmanuel Dennis was on target as Watford recorded a 3-1 win against fellow newcomers Norwich City in a Premier League fixture played at Carrow Road. Dennis scored for Watford on his debut against Aston Villa at Vicarage Road but has since not been able to find the back of the net.
This transfer window, a lot of signings have been made. A Nigerian player has also joined the train of players going on transfer to other clubs. His name is Dennis Emmanuel, and he left Belgian Champions, Club Brugge to join Watford in the EPL. The Nigeria international joined Club Brugge in 2017.
Nigerian born forward Dennis Emmanuel has been the subject of transfer tussle between top sides in the English Premier league. Manchester united wants the energetic forward as Romelu Lukaku replacement, but as to beat Arsenal and Leicester City to his signature. Dennis great run of form with is Belgian side Club Brugge has seen him garner interest from English teams like Manchester United and Arsenal. Manchester United have been linked with a transfer for the Nigerian forward in recent times, with report t
EPL: Nigerian striker, Dennis Emmanuel made his debut in grand style as he scores and gave an assist
Super eagles striker scores against Aston Villa to have a memorable debut. Watford who currently has the highest number of Nigerian players in their team has had another Nigerian striker's name in their scoresheet. Watford signed Dennis Emmanuel this summer from club brugge. The young striker joined fellow countrymen like William trost ekong, etebo, Isaac success who were playing for the same club.
Manchester United intensify their search for an assured goal scoring forward. The reds missed out in an opportunity to sign former Red Bull Salzburg teenage forward Erling Haaland last month by losing the wonderkid to Bundesliga giant Borussia Dortmund. Thereafter, Manchester United have been linked to some numbers of top European striker like Nigerian forward Dennis Emmanuel, Red Bull Leipzig star Timo Werner and most recently Wolver Hampton Wanderer forward Raul Jimenez. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is said
Watford have reached an agreement with Club Brugge to sign super eagles striker Dennis Emmanuel. Watford made the announcement on their official website, the club is very happy about the deal. Dennis made his presence felt in 2019 when he scored two goals against Real Madrid at Santiago bernabeu in the UEFA Champions League in 2019.
Nothing feels better for professional footballers than an invite to represent their fatherland, talk less of an invitation to return to the national team after been left out in the cold for over a year. Little wonder the former FC Porto player, Mikel Agu in a chat with brila.net said, “I’ve been very happy, that I couldn’t eat.” It definitely means so much to Mikel Agu, but is this a return in futility? Apparently, head coach of the Super Eagles Gernot Rohr have called up a vast number of young play
According to Sport Bild (via FussballTransfers), The Gunners showed specific interest in Club Brugge striker Emmanuel Dennis last summer, and they wanted to put €18m on the table for the player. The Belgian outfit refused, as they considered Dennis Emmmuel an important part of their plans. Ironically, The Nigeria forward ended up sitting on the bench so often this campaign that he is now moved on a loan deal to FC Koln. After 9 goals for the striker in 2019/20, including scoring against Los Blancos (twice)
Club Brugge manager spoke on the suitablilty of Super Eagles' striker in the english premier league. Clement also posed that he doesn't impose on the players matters regarding transfers. Dennis is a technically gifted striker, blessed with pace and can play in any position accross the forward line. He is a player who likes to take players on using his pace and technical ability. Clement was of the view that the Nigerian has what it takes to excel in the english premier league. Reports has it that Clement told
Two Nigerian players David Okereke and Dennis Emmanuel have won the title in Belgium with Club Brugge crowned the Jupiler league champions. With the Belgian First Division, A suspended for the past three weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Pro League board have brought the 2019/20 season to an end. Brugge had a runaway 15 point lead at the top of the standings with one round of matches left to play before the start of the post-season playoffs, involving the top six clubs. They were runners-up la