4 Footballers who have been capped once by European teams but are still eligible to play for Nigeria
Nigeria is considered to be one of the major exporter of football talents to the rest of the World. For the past 50 or more years, Nigerian footballers have left the country to ply their trade in other countries in Europe. The increase movement of Nigerians abroad has created a scenario were some stay there for long and end up taking different Sporting nationality.
Nigerian-eligible striker Ohi Omoijuanfo bagged a hat-trick as Molde edged Haugesund 5-4 on Sunday. The forward scored in the 11th, 13th and 49th minutes respectively at Aker Stadion. With the result, the Blå-hvit are still on top of Norwegian Eliteserien after fourteen rounds of matches. They have 30 points ahead of second placed Bodø/Glimt who have 25 points.
Reports from Norway has it that Chelsea football club may finally be laying their hands on the signing of a Nowegian player of Nigerian descent named Bryan Fiabema. Bryan Fiabema has been touted as an highly rated youngster with a very bright future that teams like Chelsea can add to their ranks for the present and for the future. Fiabema will train with Chelsea for some days before Christmas, reports the norwegian newspaper, Sunnmørsposten . Bryan Fiabema who was born in 2003 is the youngest Nigerian pl
Chelsea wonderkid Bryan Fiabema has given a massive hint that he would be open to switching his international allegiance from Norway to Nigeria in the near future after following the Super Eagles on Instagram, allnigeriasoccer.com reports. Born to a Nigerian father and Norwegian mother seventeen years ago, Fiabema was free to play for Nigeria's youth teams without applying to FIFA for a change of association until October 2019 when he made his competitive debut for Norway U17s in a European Championship q
Chelsea youngster Bryan Fiabema has hinted on his international future. Born to a Nigerian father and Norwegian, Bryan Fiabema has revealed that he is willing to switch his international allegiance to the three times African Champions in the near future. He would have been free to play for Nigeria's youth teams without applying to FIFA for a change of association had it been he failed to make a competitive debut for Norway's U17s in October 2019. Bryan Fiabema who joined Chelsea in the January transfer