The Nigerian National team will regroup in August as the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers for the African zone will finally kickoff.Gernot Rohr and his boys will face Liberia in late August and Cape Verde in early September due to the readjustment in fixtures by CAF and FIFA courtesy of Covid-19.
Popular Nigerian Striker, Odion Jude Ighalo has taken to his Instagram page to post a picture of himself, acknowledging the Eid-Mubarak Celebrations by the Muslims.Odion Ighalo is one of the most loved Nigerian Footballers and he currently plays in the Saudi Arabian League for Al-Shabab After leaving Manchester United.
Teenage midfielder Lesley Oguchukwu proved himself once again for Stade Rennes as he held his own against PSG in Ligue 1.The energetic enforcer really showed why he is highly rated by pundits in France.Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr should try to convince the lad to play for Nigeria.
Muslims from Different Parts of the World observed Wednesday, May 13th, 2021 as the Eid-Fitri Celebration after going through a period of Fasting in the Holiday month of Ramadan.The Eid-Fitri is Celebrated by different Muslims from various parts of the World Including Nigeria.In Nigeria, the Eid-Fitri ended on Wednesday, 12th of May, 2021 instead of Tuesday due to the fact that the Moon which was supposed to Indicate the end of the Ramadan Period according to the Islamic Religion could not be seen on Tuesday.
Pascal Chibuike Okechukwu popularly known as Cubana Chief Priest aka Celebrity barman, is an Imo-born show promoter, businessman, who is the owner of ClubXhrine in Owerri.This club was founded after he resigned from Cubana Groups as the General manager in 2020.His club was launched in December 2020, hosting the biggest show ever in Owerri.
Manchester United is no doubt a great club in England with so many trophies won, but have been facing challenges with some players recently, especially with strikers.They signed Odion Ighalo on loan, and he left after his loan expired, and later they signed Edison Cavani, who has been fantastic, and is now ready to wait for another year with the great club.
Football is a game that doesn't only unite fans, it also unites footballers.Nigeria is full of football talents but it still takes the best of these footballers to represent the Super Eagles.These guys who have been opportune to represent the Super Eagles have goodwill amongst themselves and this is obvious as they usually celebrate each other's wins.
1.Odion Ighalo Odion Jude Ighalo, born 16th June 1989, is a Nigerian striker who currently plays for a chinese club, Changchun Yatai F.C.The professional footballer who was born in Lagos to Nigerian parents from Edo State, started his career at the Prime and Julius Berger, both clubs Nigeria where he was discovered by FIFA agent, Marcelo Houseman who recommended him to Atta Aneke, after which he was taken to Norway’s Lyn.
Nigerians in the past years have made their mark in England playing in the English Premier League.From the days of Efan Ekoku to Kanu Nwankwo, Austin Okocha and even Yakubu Aiyegbeni, you have to give it to Nigerians for doing the Green and White colours of Nigeria proud in England.
Odion Jude Ighalo is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Saudi club Al Shabab. Sonia Ighalo is the stunning wife of Al Shabab star Odion Ighalo On July 29, 2014, Ighalo joined Watford on a season-long loan from Udinese.He made his English club debut in the League Cup first round against Stevenage on August 12, and scored his first goal in the Championship against Brentford on 30 September, tucking the ball home after David Button saved his initial penalty in a 2–1 home victory. Ighalo
Nigerian players in the diaspora continue to give one reason to be proud with their superlative performances that stands them out from the crowd.The past weeks has been about Kelechi Iheanacho who became the fourth Nigerian player after the trio Jay Jay Okocha, Osaze Odemwingie and Odion Ighalo to win the EPL Player of the Month Award.
Josh Maja becomes 7th Super Eagles star to score against Arsenal after penalty goal at the Emirates.
Nigerian players have had a splendid record of scoring against Arsenal Football Club in recent years.The club which enjoyed massive support for the twin reasons that it played a delightful brand of football as well as had Nwankwo Kanu in their ranks has however suffered their worst nightmare against strikers of Nigerian origin.
Nigerian and former England international, John Fashanu has fired a hot 'shot' at Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr who was planning to recall back Odion Ighalo into the Super Eagles team, according to Punch.He warned him not to extend any invitation to Ighalo at this stage of his career as bringing him will cause so much disaffection and depression among the young players in the team.
Granada might not sound too familiar for fans and followers of football until their most recent exploits in the UEFA Europa League where they clashed against Manchester United.The Spanish La Liga side, has been a mainstay in the Country's first division football even though they have shared a dark past as relegation battlers and also spent seasons in Division 2.
The 31 years old Saudi Arabia Nigerian star Odion Jude Ighalo is a Professional footballer who plays as a striker for the Saudi Arabian club Al Shabab.Odion Ighalo started his Football career in Lagos state where he played for the Nigerian soccer clubs Prime and Julius Berger.Ighalo later got his career breakthrough and moved to Norwegian club Lyn in Europe.
Popular Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Saudi club Al Shabab, and is also a forward for premier league Manchester United Odion Jude Ighalo, is really one handsome man and every woman's dream.One of the nation's export in the world of football, he is really a very fine man.
If you are a football lover and a Nigerian, then the name, Odion Jude Ighalo should not sound strange to you.He is one of the best football talents that have represented Nigeria wearing the Green Jersey.The former Super Eagles striker is admired by many for his good looks, bodily endowment and football skill.
Former Watford striker, Odion Ighalo says Manchester United need a “miracle” to win the Premier League title, According to report from PUNCH Newspaper.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men came from behind to scrab a 3-1 win over Tottenham during the weekend, reducing the gap against City at the top to 11 points with seven games to play.
The former Manchester united striker is one of Nigeria's influential and wealthiest footballers having made a huge fortune from football.Odion Ighalo is currently on a permanent deal with Al Shabab in Saudi Arabia, after leaving Manchester United due to lack of regular game time.During Ighalo's loan spell with the Red devils, the former Nigeria striker earned £130k (N60 million) per week, meaning he procured a stunning amount of £2.98m (N1.4 billion) as salary during his 6 month stay at the Old Trafford outfit.
Odion Ighalo opens up on his time at Old Trafford claiming that the Manchester United did not give him a fair chance to display his potentials at his age.He is currently playing for Al-Shabab in Saudi Arabia since the time his loan which was extended at Red Devil's ended early this year, 2021.