Former Super Eagles goalkeeper Dele Aiyenugba is edging towards the end of his career but the name Aiyenugba will still be in reckoning in Nigeria. That is because the Kwara United goalkeeper has a son, Daniel Aiyenugba who is showing glimpse of being a world-class goalkeeper at a young age.
Son of former Super Eagles goalkeeper Dele Aiyenugba has suffered a shoulder injury and would miss - the start of - the 2021/2022 Kwara Youth League season. The young goalkeeper suffered the injury while training with the senior category of the Kwara Football Academy (KFA). Although the youngster has resumed - training, he still feels pains.
Son of former Super Eagles goalkeeper, Daniel Aiyenugba has won the maiden edition of the Kwara Youth League with his academy team, Kwara Football Academy (KFA). Kwara Football Academy U-15 team defeated SC Primisport Lasora U-15 by 1-0 to win the first edition of the tournament in Ilorin. The only goal of the game came from KFA left-back, Shamsudeen Ishiaq in the thirteenth minute of the contest. After the victory, Daniel Aiyenugba was named the best goalkeeper of the tournament because he did not concede
Adewale Adeyemi Son of former Super Eagles goalkeeper, Dele Aiyenugba hopes to replicate the feet of his father by representing the Nigeria national team in the future. The youngster who has been impressive for his team in the ongoing Nigeria Football Coaches Association NFCA, Kwara Youth League believes it won't be easy but trust his qualities as a good shotstopper. "The Super Eagles number 1 jersey is my dream, I hope to be the first choice goalkeeper for my country when I grow much older." "Although
Young Nigeria striker, Abubakar Garba has been voted the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the just concluded Kwara Youth League in Ilorin. The young striker who is likened to France striker, Kylian Mbappe because of his pace, skills, and finishing was part of the Kwara Football Academy (KFA) U-15 team that won the 2019/2020 season of the league over the weekend. Kwara Football Academy (KFA) won the tournament by defeating SC Primisport Lasora 1-0 in the final of the Kwara Youth League Super Six tournament.
Captain of Kwara Football Academy, Godwin Oshagbemi has revealed his footballing Idol and wishes he can wear his heroic number 10 jersey. Godwin who is left-footed believes he can replicate what the Bolton midfielder did with the national team and has been watching his clips to improve his game. "I like Jay Jay Okocha because of his skills, composure and his qualities which is second to none in my own opinion." "I believe he is the best midfielder in the world whom I enjoy watching and I hope and wish I can
Kwara Youth League side, SC Primisport Lasora Football Academy congratulate their product, Yemisi Samuel who was phenomena for the Nigeria women national U17 side, Flamingoes when they face Guinea in FIFA U17 World cup qualifying match in Conakry on Saturday. The Osun Babes striker was in sensational form for the Flamingoes, scoring three goals as the Nigeria U17 side thrashed their Guinean counterpart 6-1 at the September 28 stadium with the return leg taking place at the Agege stadium on March 14. The
Over the years, Nigeria are known for the discovery of talented youngsters or footballers who have gone to represent the country in their successful football career. Although some of those youngsters find it difficult to replicate their youth days form while they grow in football but these six amazing talents are tip for greatness on the Nigeria scene. Here in this article we bring you six youngsters who are currently making the headlines in the country, Kwara state and are hoped will be the next breako