Former Golden Eaglets captain has shared a picture of himself frying Garri. The young midfielder captained Nigeria to glory at the 2015 FIFA U17 World Cup in Chile. After the tournament, he joined Arsenal from Diamond Football Academy in Abuja. He was loaned to several clubs due to work permit issues and did not make his debut for Arsenal until he left the club.
Popular Nigerian international player, Kelechi Nwakali, has taken to his social media page to surprise his followers with a picture of him making one of the favourite and most eaten delicacies in Nigeria. Nwakali published a picture on his Instagram account earlier today, and as stated in the post, he was frying Garri in a native way.
The dream of most footballers who play in Nigeria is to sign for European clubs, in short, that is the dream of many footballers who play outside Europe. This is because many people around the world watch European football matches and the best players in the world play there.
Super Eagles of Nigeria star Kelechi Nwakali was exceptional for his Spanish club-side SD Huesca football club on Saturday evening, as he came from the bench to inspire them to a remarkable 3-1 away victory. The Arsenal Hale Academy product was dropped to the bench by his coach in order to catch some rest having played many games for the club, and he was able to impress after being introduced to the pitch.
In September, Nigeria face Liberia before travelling to Cape Verde Islands for crucial World Cup qualifiers. Gernot Rohr named his 30-man squad to prosecute both games on Thursday. Below are five players the coach omitted from the team. Kelechi Nwakali - Huesca Nwakali really should have been given a call-up after his excellent form in the last four months.
Nigeria midfielder, Kelechi Nwakali is seeking relevance in Spanish Second division in the colours of Huesca six years after winning Golden Ball as Most Valuable Player of 2015 FIFA U17 World Cup in Chile. His brilliant performances at the cadet tournament left a slew of top European clubs on his trail, with Arsenal beating other suitors to his signature.
Super Eagles boss Gernot Rohr faces a few big decisions of his own. The Nigeria manager has concerns when it comes to attacking midfielders. Rohr is facing serious concerns: who should come into the squad and who should start in the slot behind the forwards? Below we profile six players who are capable of answering his call.
Nigerian footballer, Kelechi Nwakali played for Nigeria at the Under-17 and Under-20 levels, but he was recently accused of wanting to switch allegiance to another country, but he debunked it as a rumor. The only reason this rumor held ground was that he is not yet a Super Eagle and if he has an ancestor from another country, he can choose to play for them.
It is hard to know whether to feel hopeful for a young Nigeria player or fear what expectations will do to him. Kingsley Michael certainly brings freshness to the Super Eagles squad. Michael could not have been in any doubt about expectations after his move to Bologna some years back.
Being so flexible is admirable but chopping and changing so frequently can also be counterproductive. There are signs though that Super Eagles have the right pieces, the team just need to be placed in positions they can be their most effective. Gernot Rohr's sides often look to protect their defence with a centre-midfield pairing with Wilfred Ndidi and Joe Aribo acting as two box-to-box midfielders in a lot of matches.
There are so many youngsters with huge potentials in the youth setup of some top football clubs, but most of the times their dreams to one day break into the first team of their respective clubs and become regulars never come through. There are so many cases of youngsters failing to fulfill the potential they showed at an early age, during the Arsene Wenger era at Arsenal the club invested heavily in youth development and so many top stars would go on to represent the first team, the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Jack Wilshire, Aaron Ramsey, Wojciech Szczesny and so many other young players went on to represent the first team for many years.
Arsenal Football Club has been undergoing a change in fortunes as the London side desperately tries to regain their status among English Premier League elites. The Gunners, as they are fondly called, has been home to a variety of African and Nigerian players who have made names for themselves at the club.
Super Eagles star Kelechi Nwakali was exceptional for SD Huesca football club on Monday night in their narrow 2-1 defeat to Real Oviedo FC, in the Spanish Laliga SmartBank League. The former Arsenal football club of England star was given another playing time by coach Ignacio Ambriz and he was able to impress in the game.
Many Super Eagles of Nigeria stars have been linked with move away from their present clubs while some have already joined new clubs across Europe. Nigerian stars like Oghenekaro Etebo and Emmanuel Dennis Bonaventure have already joined William Troost Ekong and Isaac Success at Watford football club of England.
According to the report from Today Ng, Spanish Laliga Santander club-side SD Huesca have allegedly rejected Leeds United and Watford football club's offer for Super Eagles of Nigeria dazzler Kelechi Nwakali. The Nigerian international has been linked with a move away from SD Huesca after failing to cement his spot in the team's first eleven in the 2020/2021 season, and his lack of playing time made him to spent the second half of the season on loan at Alcorcon FC.
Spanish side RCD Espanyol have made Kelechi Nwakali their top priority in the summer window. The Catalonia side returned to LaLiga after winning the Segunda Division. The Nigerian midfielder joined Huesca in 2019 after a loan spell at FC Porto B. He joined Arsenal from Diamond Football Academy in 2016.
Kelechi Nwakali has expressed his readiness for the start of a new football campaign with SD Huesca in the La Liga SmartBank which is the second division of Spanish football. Nwakali returned to Spain on July 12 as he underwent pre-season with Huesca who will play in the Segunda División next season, having been demoted from the La Liga Santander.
Kelechi Nwakali has revealed that he is now looking forward to the start of the new football season after ending pre-season duty with his club, SD Huesca of Spain. Nwakali is also still over the moon in the wake of the former Nigerian youth international wearing the captain's armband in Huesca's final pre-season friendly tie.
There were plenty matches that took place all over the world, with Nigerian Footballers fully involved. Let's take a look at nine players who were impressive for their clubs. We begin with the English Premier League. Brentford shocked Arsenal 2-0. Frank Onyeka helped Bees sting the Gunners.
Kelechi Nwakali has stirred up different reactions on social media, after he shared a picture of himself frying Garri. Kelechi Nwakali Kelechi Nwakali is a talented Nigerian footballer who led Nigeria at the 2015 U-17 World Cup, he also won the Golden Ball Award along the way.