Efangwu Goziem Ekoku is a former Nigerian Super Eagles striker, who is currently an English football commentator. As a professional footballer, he played for Sutton United, Wimbledon, Grasshoppers, AFC Bournemouth, Norwich City, Sheffield Wednesday and Dublin City. He secured coaching licences from FA (Football Association) and UEFA, after his retirement.
Remember to Like This Post and Follow. In the Year 1992/1993, 22 teams from the then Football League Broke away to form their own League known as the FA Premier League which is known as The English Premier League Today. During the Inaugural Season of The Premier League, there were 5 Nigerian Players in the Newly formed league but they did not identify as Nigerian or represent the Nigerian National Team. They were Paul McGrath whose Father was a Nigerian but he represented his Mother's nation of Republic of Ireland,
Premier League has produced plenty of world-class players, which some of these players have kept a record that can never be re-written in the competition, some have kept a record that is yet to be broken by any of the current Premier League players. But this particular record is so mouth-watering in the sense that it can never be broken and changed in the history of the Premier League. The Nigeria player with the record. Some Nigerians might not no him but he is very popular in England and the super eagles.
Born Efangwu Goziem Ekoku is a former Nigerian footballer who played as a striker during his day before retirung from the round leather game.
As English Premier League is starting this weekend, let's take a look at 10 Nigerian footballers with highest number of assists in English Premier League. 10. Odion Ighalo with 4 assists. Ighalo played for Watford FC and Manchester United in EPL. 9. Wilfred Ndidi with 9 assists.
See Former Nigerian Striker now a premier league Commentator who played for Norwich and Wimbledon His name is Efan Ekoku, in full, it is Efangwu Goziem Ekoku. Efan Ekoku was a former Nigerian and Norwich and Wimbledon striker who now works as a commentator for Premier League productions. Most Nigerians born in the late 1980s and 1990s wouldn't know Efan Ekoku who scored 52 premier league goals and providing 10 assists while playing for Wimbledon and Norwich City from 1997-1998 season to 1992-1993 season.
Walking through the streets of Lagos, it's near impossible not to find a board laced with inscriptions about fixtures...selected football fixtures of matches, mostly involving teams from England’s top division - The Premier League. The fan passion for the premier league isn't surprising as the years have seen content provided at proximity, and like hot Jollof (a Nigerian delicacy), consumption is rapid. Aside from accessibility to club information, the knowledge of Nigerian players involved in the league
After an outstanding display in front of goal for Leicester City by Kelechi Iheanacho in which they ended up trashing Sheffield United 5-0 with the Nigerian scoring a hat trick, I will be sharing with you 4 other Nigerians who have achieved the same feat in the English Premier league. 1.