Popular Nollywood Actor, Charles Okocha has caused mixed reactions on social media after uploaded one new picture of himself spotted wearing a red cloths as he was holding a pot of ritual with the caption that says that, "If I Don't Get Super Rich After This, I'm Relocating To California Finally"
Although we are aware of some football stars who are siblings, probably because of the names they have on their jerseys, but many of us are unaware that there are many others who share one form of a relationship or the other. In this article, we are going to look at some football stars you probably did not know were related.
Ronaldinho was Okocha's protégé when the two played at PSG, with Okocha wearing the No. 10 jersey and Ronaldinho No 21. After a turbulent move to PSG from boyhood club Gremio of Brazil, he couldn't play immediately and had to wait for 6 months due to legal issues concerning the transfer.
Retired Nigerian professional footballer Augustine Azuka Yavuz Okocha, also known as Jay Jay Okocha, took to his official social media platform (Instagram) to share videos of his dance moves, as he celebrated his 48th birthday. Okocha, who is widely regarded as one of the best Nigerian and African players of all time, turned a year older yesterday (14th of August, 2021).
1) Jesse Lingard and Harry Kane Jesse Lingard is a Manchester United player that has been in the club since when he was very young. Harry Kane is currently one of the best strikers in the premier league, and he plays for Tottenham. He was once a teammate with Jesse Lingard in Leicester city.
Former Super Eagles captain Austin Jay Jay Okocha has unveiled the new match ball for the 2021/22 German Bundesliga season which kicks of on August 13. A photo of himself holding the match ball which he posted on social media platform, Instagram generated lots of reactions from fans of the African legend.
When it comes to the history of Nigerian football, two names have probably carved a permanent niche in the hearts of millions of football fans across the length and breadth of the country. From the trader in the East to the Danfo driver in the West; and the farmer in the North to the fisherman in the Southern creeks of Nigeria, the names Austin (J.J.) Okocha and Kanu (Papilo) Nwankwo need no introduction.
Retired Nigerian professional footballer and former Bolton Wanderes attacking midfielder Augustine Azuka Okocha, also known as Jay Jay Okocha is a year older today. Okocha who is regarded as one of the best African players of all time, scored over 89 league goals in 454 appearances. Okocha played for the likes of Hull City, Bolton Wanderers, Paris Saint-Germain, Fenerbache and Qatar SC.
Kelechi Iheanacho has proven to be a consistent goal scorer for club and country. And at the moment, he is one of the trusted attackers for the Super Eagles. He is young, and he probably would have more successful years with the Super Eagles. Iheanacho has a total of 34 appearances for Super Eagles, and he has scored a total of 11 goals.
Nigerian football legend Austin Jay Jay Okocha has formally welcomed six times Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi to French giants, Paris St-Germain. The Argentine captain, 34, who spent two decades at Barcelona of Spain, finally left Nou Camp to earn a weekly take-home of £1 million at the Parc des Princes.
5) Okocha The number 5 player on the list is former Nigeria attacking midfielder Jay-Jay Okocha. The Nigerian football player is currently regarded by many football fans as one of the greatest dribblers to have emerged from Africa. Jay-Jay Okocha was excellent in his football tricks and style of play.
The former Nigerian captain and midfielder, Austine Jay-Jay Okocha might not possess enormous personal awards nor trophies at his disposal, but he is no doubt the best African player of all time. Indeed, he never won the African best player award, but all African countries can attest that the Nigerian midfielder is the people's choice when it comes to genuine merit of personal awards.
1) Ola Aina Ola Aina is a Nigerian footballer, who plays the left wing defense position. He is one of the few Nigerian players that once played for England's youth team, but later decided to play his professional football in the Nigerian national team. Ola Aina is a very good defender, and has proved himself in the Nigerian team.
Three Nigerian footballers have the record of scoring on their birthdays in the English Premier League.Birthdays are known to be special to people, many do look for a way to celebrate and make themselves happy on that day. Scoring a goal could be a special way to celebrate a birthday, these are the Nigerian players who have achieved this feat in the EPL.
Popular Nigerian Football legend, Jay Jay Okocha took to the largest photos and videos sharing network Instagram to share a new post. In the post, Okocha shared a lovely photo of the post while holding the official match ball for the Bundesliga leagues 2021/2022 season on his official Instagram account page and he decided to give the post a suitable caption.
Former Nigerian footballer Jay-Jay Okocha has taught some of the best players in the world a thing or two about the game. See the list below. 1. Ronaldinho At Paris Saint-Germain, Okocha and Ronaldinho were teammates. Okocha was already a senior player with experience at Eintracht Frankfurt and Fenerbahce at the time, while Ronaldinho was still a young player learning the ropes.
Former Super Eagles captain, Okocha, declared yesterday that his footballing days ‘came too early.’ He was reacting to news of Lionel Messi’s weekly take-home of £1 million at Paris Saint Germain. Jay-jay, a quick and skilful playmaker, who is considered as one of the best Nigerian footballers and players to come out of the African continent, told punch in a telephone chat soon after the news of the Argentine forward big pay broke out that his time as a footballer came too early.
World soccer governing frame FIFA has mythical defined Nigerian midfielder Austin Koch as one of the maximum electrifying gamers in soccer history. FIFA said this whilst celebrating Koch who grew to become forty-eight years on Saturday.“Jay-Jay Koch: so right they named him twice,” FIFA wrote on Twitter.
Every good thing deserves to be celebrated. That is why football players celebrate whenever they score a goal. They do this to express how happy they are about the goal they just scored. We've seen some great players perform numerous times. Legends such as Ronaldinho, Okocha, Maradona, Ronaldo, and Ortega have their own style of celebration.
Augustine Okocha, a former Super Eagles captain and star, turned 48 on Saturday, and football fans in Nigeria have joined others around the world to show respect to him. On August the 14th, 1973, the dribbling genius, popularly known as ‘Jay Jay' by fans throughout the world was born.