1) Sean Kanu Kanu Nwankwo is blessed with a son who is currently keen on becoming a great football player just like he was during his active days. The young player currently plays for Watford football club in England. The name of Kanu Nwankwo's son is Sean Kanu.
It is often said that one of the best legacies a father could hand over to his children is to show them the way to success especially the area they have tolled. Football legends such as Samuel Eto'o, Kanu Nwankwo and Didier Drogba are good examples of fathers that have done well in that aspect.
Over the years, we have seen several talented Nigerian players who graced the football pitch with their dribbling skills, free-kick ability, and other unique features. This article states five Nigerian players who have the best ball control in football history. 5. Kelechi Iheanacho Kelechi Iheanacho's current situation at Leicester City doesn't reflect the true story of how fantastic of a footballer the Nigerian international is.
Kanu Nwankwo is a former Nigerian professional footballer, who played for Nigeria and other football clubs in Europe. Apart from his football profile, many of his fans have little or nothing about his personal life. The talented ex-footballer is happily married to Amarachi Nwankwo and in this article, I will be sharing with you things you might not know about the footballer's wife, Amarachi Nwankwo.
Nigerian celebrities are good at showing off their beautiful world. They usually go online to update their fans on their latest activities. The social media is one of the ways they get in touch with fans and admirers. Ex Super Eagles captain, Kanu Nwankwo is blessed with a beautiful and hardworking wife.
Arsenal football club of England Legend Kanu Nwankwo and Barcelona football club star Asisat Oshoala have reacted to William Troost Ekong's statement, after guiding the Super Eagles of Nigeria to a remarkable 2-0 victory over Central Africa Republic national team in the FIFA World Cup qualifier on Sunday evening.
Birthdays are special and memorable days we celebrate our birth or that of our loved ones. It's a moment of joy for being alive. Just the way Amara Kanu is celebrating her father today. As a matter of fact, today is the birthday of Amara Kanu's father.
Arsenal's greater ever manager Arsene Wenger was known for a variety of things. His intricate playing style, his calmness, love for his players, loyalty and above all, his uncanny ability to improve players individually and as a team. The Frenchman was in charge of the Gunners for 22 years having arrived at the club in 1996 before stepping down in 2018.
Kevin Maussi Martins is shinning at Inter Milan youth team and should soon be promoted to the legion of big boys in Italian football. He has the potential to become one of the best attacking players in the game and we look forward to watching him develop further at Inter Milan.
Over the years, the English Premier league has been a place where the careers of many Nigerian footballers became a blockbuster upon their arrival in the country. The likes of Kanu Nwankwo, Mikel Obi and Victor Moses all rose to stardom thanks to the spells they had in the competition.
6. Finidi George (UEFA Champions League winner at Ajax Amsterdam) Finidi George, a former Calabar Rovers winger, made history when he helped Ajax Amsterdam win the Champions League in 1995, defeating AC Milan in the final with a 1-0 victory. During his playing days, George was a fantastic right midfielder who was a key member of the Dutch team.
The English Premier league has had arguably some of the greatest goalscorers of all time with Legendary strikers who have scored enormous number of goals during their time in arguably the most popular Football league in the World currently. African Strikers have also plied their trade in the EPL and have also had their impact.
So many African stars have graced the Premier League over the years, from Kanu Nwankwo to Jay Jay Okocha to Emmanuel Adebayor, but only two of them have been able to reach the 100 goal mark in the Premier League. Didier Drogba was the first African player to reach the incredible milestone, he was recently joined by Mohammed Salah.
Senior Man Kelz, as Kelechi Iheanacho is fondly called, is the current Nigerian sensational striker. From the club to the national team matches, the forward has been at the center stage of ball finishing. He plays for the Leicester City in England, after his sudden exit from Manchester City.
Arsenal's greatest ever manager Arsene Wenger was known for many things which include his intricate playing style, calmness, love for his players, loyalty and above all, his uncanny ability to improve his players individually and collectively as a team. The Frenchman was in charge of the Gunners for 22 years having arrived at the club in 1996 before stepping down in 2018.
The English Premier league is unarguably the most respected in world football. Over the years, many Nigerian players have made a good mark in the league in terms of goals, assists and not to leave out winning titles. However, of the numerous Nigerian professional footballers who have featured in the English top flight, check out those who lifted the prestigious domestic title as well as the UEFA Champions League.
Image credit: everydayhealth.com As a wonderful reminder, today marks a great day where health practitioners, NGOs, medical bodies, individuals celebrate Heart Day all over the world. Not left out is former Nigerian football superstar Kanu Nwankwo who has a heart foundation and comedian AY as they walked around the street of Lagos.
Legendary Nigerian player Kanu Nwankwo speaks out about Victor Osimhen's current performance in football and how he can become the next African player of the year. Kanu Nwankwo said that Victor Osimhen could become the first Nigerian to win the prestigious award since he last won it in 1999.
Former Arsenal and Super Eagles striker Kanu Nwankwo has expressed confident that that Napoli striker Victor Osimhen could become the next Nigerian to be crowned African Footballer of The Year, Newspremises reports. Osimhen is currently the highest goalscorer in Europe, and his club, Napoli lead in the Serie A and Kanu, who was the last Nigerian to win the African Player of The Year award in 1999 after winning it earlier in 1996 said that the performance of Osimhen in the Italian Seria A is a clear indication that he can win the coveted award soon.
Kanu Nwankwo popularly known as "Papilo" is one of the most talented football stars Nigeria has ever produced. During his football career, he played for many big clubs such as Arsenal, Inter Milan, Ajax to mention but few. The two time footballer of the year is a great philanthropist.