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Charleroi have exercised their option to buy Nigerian striker, Victor Osimhen, for a club record 3.5 million euros from Wolfsburg. Charleroi are expected to sell the striker for a profit this summer with Lille and AC Milan keen on acquiring his services.
Nigeria eligible RB, Kingsley Ehibizue, has joined newly promoted Bundesliga team, FC Cologne, on a 4 year deal.

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I want to speculate on where Mikel will go.
I'm sensing Newcastle but don't ask me why.

Then Villa...

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Damunk wrote:
I want to speculate on where Mikel will go.
I'm sensing Newcastle but don't ask me why.

Then Villa...

Why?

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 5:09 am 
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Charleroi have exercised their option to buy Nigerian striker, Victor Osimhen, for a club record 3.5 million euros from Wolfsburg. Charleroi are expected to sell the striker for a profit this summer with Lille and AC Milan keen on acquiring his services.
Nigeria eligible RB, Kingsley Ehibizue, has joined newly promoted Bundesliga team, FC Cologne, on a 4 year deal.


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Professionals | 31/05/2019
New arrival
1. FC KÖLN SIGN KINGSLEY EHIZIBUE

There will be a new face at FC in the coming season. Right-back, Kingsley Ehizibue will join the club from PEC Zwolle. He has signed a four-year deal.
Another Kingsley for 1. FC Köln. After Kingsley Schindler, FC have secured a second summer signing in the form of Kingsley Ehizibue. Ehizibue has signed from Eredivisie side, PEC Zwolle. The 24-year-old right-back has signed a contract at FC through to 2023. Both clubs have agreed not to disclose the transfer details.

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FC managing director, Armin Veh said: "Kingsley is a very dynamic defender. He is technically strong and has a good eye to find those players in attack."

Kingsley Ehizibue commented: "I'm really looking forward to being a part of the FC-family and to play in this city in front of such amazing fans. I want to play my part in creating some incredible moments together."

Ehizibue was born in Munich, but grew up in the Netherlands. He was part of the PEC Zwolle’s youth academy and made his debut for the club in December 2014. This season, he managed an impressive eight assists and a goal from right-back. Overall, the former Dutch under-21 international made 122 appearances in the Eredivisie (eight goals, 16 assists).
https://fc.de/en/fc-info/news/detailpag ... -ehizibue/

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 5:32 am 
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Samuel Chukwueze addressed rumours linking him with a move away from Villarreal.


Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have been credited with interest in Chukwueze, 20, who netted 10 goals in 47 appearances last season.

But Chukwueze insists no ‘concrete’ talks have taken place and that he would only leave for regular first-team football.

"I am aware that there are several interested teams, but I am still a Villarreal player and there is nothing concrete," Chukwueze told Marca.

"It's good that I am linked to great clubs, because that shows that hard work has its reward. I do not want to rush to go to another club. But if I ever had to leave, I should make sure I go to a club where I'm going to play."
https://www.express.co.uk/sport/footbal ... ews-Latest

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 5:40 am 
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Damunk wrote:
Dammy wrote:
Charleroi have exercised their option to buy Nigerian striker, Victor Osimhen, for a club record 3.5 million euros from Wolfsburg. Charleroi are expected to sell the striker for a profit this summer with Lille and AC Milan keen on acquiring his services.
Nigeria eligible RB, Kingsley Ehibizue, has joined newly promoted Bundesliga team, FC Cologne, on a 4 year deal.


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Professionals | 31/05/2019
New arrival
1. FC KÖLN SIGN KINGSLEY EHIZIBUE

There will be a new face at FC in the coming season. Right-back, Kingsley Ehizibue will join the club from PEC Zwolle. He has signed a four-year deal.
Another Kingsley for 1. FC Köln. After Kingsley Schindler, FC have secured a second summer signing in the form of Kingsley Ehizibue. Ehizibue has signed from Eredivisie side, PEC Zwolle. The 24-year-old right-back has signed a contract at FC through to 2023. Both clubs have agreed not to disclose the transfer details.

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FC managing director, Armin Veh said: "Kingsley is a very dynamic defender. He is technically strong and has a good eye to find those players in attack."

Kingsley Ehizibue commented: "I'm really looking forward to being a part of the FC-family and to play in this city in front of such amazing fans. I want to play my part in creating some incredible moments together."

Ehizibue was born in Munich, but grew up in the Netherlands. He was part of the PEC Zwolle’s youth academy and made his debut for the club in December 2014. This season, he managed an impressive eight assists and a goal from right-back. Overall, the former Dutch under-21 international made 122 appearances in the Eredivisie (eight goals, 16 assists).
https://fc.de/en/fc-info/news/detailpag ... -ehizibue/


Didn't this guy declare his intention to rep Nigeria a long time ago ?

In fact what happened to Moses Odubajo who did the same ?

Instead we are still playing that junk named Abdullahi who is not even a RB.

I dont understand how these things are done, because they lack common sense.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 5:52 am 
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vancity eagle wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Dammy wrote:
Charleroi have exercised their option to buy Nigerian striker, Victor Osimhen, for a club record 3.5 million euros from Wolfsburg. Charleroi are expected to sell the striker for a profit this summer with Lille and AC Milan keen on acquiring his services.
Nigeria eligible RB, Kingsley Ehibizue, has joined newly promoted Bundesliga team, FC Cologne, on a 4 year deal.


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Professionals | 31/05/2019
New arrival
1. FC KÖLN SIGN KINGSLEY EHIZIBUE

There will be a new face at FC in the coming season. Right-back, Kingsley Ehizibue will join the club from PEC Zwolle. He has signed a four-year deal.
Another Kingsley for 1. FC Köln. After Kingsley Schindler, FC have secured a second summer signing in the form of Kingsley Ehizibue. Ehizibue has signed from Eredivisie side, PEC Zwolle. The 24-year-old right-back has signed a contract at FC through to 2023. Both clubs have agreed not to disclose the transfer details.

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FC managing director, Armin Veh said: "Kingsley is a very dynamic defender. He is technically strong and has a good eye to find those players in attack."

Kingsley Ehizibue commented: "I'm really looking forward to being a part of the FC-family and to play in this city in front of such amazing fans. I want to play my part in creating some incredible moments together."

Ehizibue was born in Munich, but grew up in the Netherlands. He was part of the PEC Zwolle’s youth academy and made his debut for the club in December 2014. This season, he managed an impressive eight assists and a goal from right-back. Overall, the former Dutch under-21 international made 122 appearances in the Eredivisie (eight goals, 16 assists).
https://fc.de/en/fc-info/news/detailpag ... -ehizibue/


Didn't this guy declare his intention to rep Nigeria a long time ago ?

In fact what happened to Moses Odubajo who did the same ?

Instead we are still playing that junk named Abdullahi who is not even a RB.

I dont understand how these things are done, because they lack common sense.
I think Odubajo dropped down the pecking order after his second injury.
He's back now at humble Brentford but nobody seems to be monitoring him esp with Aina and Ebuehi in the process of locking down the RB

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 10:15 am 
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vancity eagle wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Dammy wrote:
Charleroi have exercised their option to buy Nigerian striker, Victor Osimhen, for a club record 3.5 million euros from Wolfsburg. Charleroi are expected to sell the striker for a profit this summer with Lille and AC Milan keen on acquiring his services.
Nigeria eligible RB, Kingsley Ehibizue, has joined newly promoted Bundesliga team, FC Cologne, on a 4 year deal.


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Professionals | 31/05/2019
New arrival
1. FC KÖLN SIGN KINGSLEY EHIZIBUE

There will be a new face at FC in the coming season. Right-back, Kingsley Ehizibue will join the club from PEC Zwolle. He has signed a four-year deal.
Another Kingsley for 1. FC Köln. After Kingsley Schindler, FC have secured a second summer signing in the form of Kingsley Ehizibue. Ehizibue has signed from Eredivisie side, PEC Zwolle. The 24-year-old right-back has signed a contract at FC through to 2023. Both clubs have agreed not to disclose the transfer details.

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FC managing director, Armin Veh said: "Kingsley is a very dynamic defender. He is technically strong and has a good eye to find those players in attack."

Kingsley Ehizibue commented: "I'm really looking forward to being a part of the FC-family and to play in this city in front of such amazing fans. I want to play my part in creating some incredible moments together."

Ehizibue was born in Munich, but grew up in the Netherlands. He was part of the PEC Zwolle’s youth academy and made his debut for the club in December 2014. This season, he managed an impressive eight assists and a goal from right-back. Overall, the former Dutch under-21 international made 122 appearances in the Eredivisie (eight goals, 16 assists).
https://fc.de/en/fc-info/news/detailpag ... -ehizibue/


Didn't this guy declare his intention to rep Nigeria a long time ago ?

In fact what happened to Moses Odubajo who did the same ?

Instead we are still playing that junk named Abdullahi who is not even a RB.

I dont understand how these things are done, because they lack common sense.

Ehizibue passed a medical with Genoa in January and then refused to sign a contract based on gut feelings. He would be a welcome addition to our defensive options.

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What is the latest on Omeruo and Leganes?

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MODERATORS,

I suggest that this be permanently fixed at the top of the threads in the forum with condition that ONLY transfer of Nigerian players can be posted in the thread.


Just my take.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 2:17 pm 
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MODERATORS,

I suggest that this be permanently fixed at the top of the threads in the forum with condition that ONLY transfer of Nigerian players can be posted in the thread.


Just my take.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 5:24 pm 
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Nigerians only please. Not potential or probable Nigerians.

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Nigerians only please. Not potential or probable Nigerians.
Then you should hand in your Afghan passport and apply for a Nigerian one. :taunt:

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He has been released by Brentford via mutual consent.
Its looking like he has joined Sheffield Wednesday to play under his previous manager,
Damunk wrote:
I think Odubajo dropped down the pecking order after his second injury.
He's back now at humble Brentford but nobody seems to be monitoring him esp with Aina and Ebuehi in the process of locking down the RB

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Nigerians only please. Not potential or probable Nigerians.



This man you are crazy. The likes of Dele Ali are still Nigerian wether you like it or not


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 8:36 pm 
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Rawlings wrote:
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I want to speculate on where Mikel will go.
I'm sensing Newcastle but don't ask me why.

Then Villa...

Why?

Professor Rawlings, did you read Oga Damunk's writing? Did Oga Damunk NOT say you shouldn't ask him why?

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Nigerians only please. Not potential or probable Nigerians.



This man you are crazy. The likes of Dele Ali are still Nigerian wether you like it or not


He chose England so he’s irrelevant to this thread. Go to Tottenham thread to talk about him. We don’t care here.

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Nigerians only please. Not potential or probable Nigerians.

What about half Nigerians

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Rawlings wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Nigerians only please. Not potential or probable Nigerians.

What about half Nigerians


Only if they're 6ft of taller :thumb:

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Torino exercise their option on Ola Aina by signing him permanently from Chelsea for 10 million euros.

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vancity eagle wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Dammy wrote:
Charleroi have exercised their option to buy Nigerian striker, Victor Osimhen, for a club record 3.5 million euros from Wolfsburg. Charleroi are expected to sell the striker for a profit this summer with Lille and AC Milan keen on acquiring his services.
Nigeria eligible RB, Kingsley Ehibizue, has joined newly promoted Bundesliga team, FC Cologne, on a 4 year deal.


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Professionals | 31/05/2019
New arrival
1. FC KÖLN SIGN KINGSLEY EHIZIBUE

There will be a new face at FC in the coming season. Right-back, Kingsley Ehizibue will join the club from PEC Zwolle. He has signed a four-year deal.
Another Kingsley for 1. FC Köln. After Kingsley Schindler, FC have secured a second summer signing in the form of Kingsley Ehizibue. Ehizibue has signed from Eredivisie side, PEC Zwolle. The 24-year-old right-back has signed a contract at FC through to 2023. Both clubs have agreed not to disclose the transfer details.

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FC managing director, Armin Veh said: "Kingsley is a very dynamic defender. He is technically strong and has a good eye to find those players in attack."

Kingsley Ehizibue commented: "I'm really looking forward to being a part of the FC-family and to play in this city in front of such amazing fans. I want to play my part in creating some incredible moments together."

Ehizibue was born in Munich, but grew up in the Netherlands. He was part of the PEC Zwolle’s youth academy and made his debut for the club in December 2014. This season, he managed an impressive eight assists and a goal from right-back. Overall, the former Dutch under-21 international made 122 appearances in the Eredivisie (eight goals, 16 assists).
https://fc.de/en/fc-info/news/detailpag ... -ehizibue/


Didn't this guy declare his intention to rep Nigeria a long time ago ?

In fact what happened to Moses Odubajo who did the same ?

Instead we are still playing that junk named Abdullahi who is not even a RB.

I dont understand how these things are done, because they lack common sense.

Soory to burst your bubble but Ehizibue is dead-set on playing for the Netherlands regardless of our interest in him and we already have Ebuehi that's younger than him and rated more highly amongst the dutch press

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Dammy wrote:
Torino exercise their option on Ola Aina by signing him permanently from Chelsea for 10 million euros.

:clap: :clap: :clap:

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Gotti wrote:
Dammy wrote:
Torino exercise their option on Ola Aina by signing him permanently from Chelsea for 10 million euros.

:clap: :clap: :clap:



Ope ooo if True. :thumbs:

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