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THE KING OF NIGERIAN SCHOOL’S FOOTBALL: A TRIBUTE TO ST. MURUMBA COLLEGE
_By Segun Odegbami

Which secondary school has produced the highest number of players for the Green/Super Eagles in Nigeria’s history?

St Murumba's College, Jos!
1. Mathew ‘Mogambo the Truck Pusher’ Atuegbu
2. Nicholas Atuegbu
3. Emmanuel ‘The Tailor’ Egede
4. Tijani ‘Pele’ Salihu Nakande
5. Segun ‘Mathematical’ Odegbami
6. Patrick Mancha
7. Benedict Akwuegwu
8. Sunday Mba
9. Victor Nsofor
10. Joseph Akpala
11. Chidozie Awoziam
12. late Tony Pwol
13. John ‘Mikel’ Obi (he was a mercenary!)

Also from Jos is Academy Institute of Commerce
1. Samuel Garba Okoye
2. Peter Anieke
3. Tony Igwe
4. Batande Nakande, and
5. Ismaila Mabo

EII, does your data correlates Sege's? The rest of the story is here:

https://middlebeltreporters.news.blog/2 ... -odegbami/

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THE KING OF NIGERIAN SCHOOL’S FOOTBALL: A TRIBUTE TO ST. MURUMBA COLLEGE
_By Segun Odegbami

Which secondary school has produced the highest number of players for the Green/Super Eagles in Nigeria’s history?

St Murumba's College, Jos!
1. Mathew ‘Mogambo the Truck Pusher’ Atuegbu
2. Nicholas Atuegbu
3. Emmanuel ‘The Tailor’ Egede
4. Tijani ‘Pele’ Salihu Nakande
5. Segun ‘Mathematical’ Odegbami
6. Patrick Mancha
7. Benedict Akwuegwu
8. Sunday Mba
9. Victor Nsofor
10. Joseph Akpala
11. Chidozie Awoziam
12. late Tony Pwol
13. John ‘Mikel’ Obi (he was a mercenary!)

Also from Jos is Academy Institute of Commerce
1. Samuel Garba Okoye
2. Peter Anieke
3. Tony Igwe
4. Batande Nakande, and
5. Ismaila Mabo

EII, does your data correlates Sege's? The rest of the story is here:

https://middlebeltreporters.news.blog/2 ... -odegbami/

Gadfly,

I will check my records a bit later. However, on my recollection alone Seg is probably correct with his take on the Commerce school. Three of them - actually started with Eagles. They were Anieke, Garba, and Igwe. They dominated the Manuwa Cup in 1965 and were part of the first Nigerian schoolboys team to beat Ghana in Accra in 1966. They all were part of the Eagles team to the 1968 Olympics. Now, on the St. Murumba, Nicholas did not say for the Eagles for sure and neither did Pwol. If Salihu did then it would have been a couple of games but Salihu was a well known name in the 1970s.

I would guess that Seg is correct about his basic theory that the Jo's school produced highest number of players to play for the Eagles. I state this because the Henry Nwosu list is not accurate. Emilio, for instance was a top schoolboy player but he did not play for the Eagles.

In the East, I suspect Nike Grammar school would produce top players who later played for Eagles but I doubt that the number will chance the number produced by Seg from St. Murumba.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2019 4:55 am 
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Enugu II wrote:
Gadfly wrote:
THE KING OF NIGERIAN SCHOOL’S FOOTBALL: A TRIBUTE TO ST. MURUMBA COLLEGE
_By Segun Odegbami

Which secondary school has produced the highest number of players for the Green/Super Eagles in Nigeria’s history?

St Murumba's College, Jos!
1. Mathew ‘Mogambo the Truck Pusher’ Atuegbu
2. Nicholas Atuegbu
3. Emmanuel ‘The Tailor’ Egede
4. Tijani ‘Pele’ Salihu Nakande
5. Segun ‘Mathematical’ Odegbami
6. Patrick Mancha
7. Benedict Akwuegwu
8. Sunday Mba
9. Victor Nsofor
10. Joseph Akpala
11. Chidozie Awoziam
12. late Tony Pwol
13. John ‘Mikel’ Obi (he was a mercenary!)

Also from Jos is Academy Institute of Commerce
1. Samuel Garba Okoye
2. Peter Anieke
3. Tony Igwe
4. Batande Nakande, and
5. Ismaila Mabo

EII, does your data correlates Sege's? The rest of the story is here:

https://middlebeltreporters.news.blog/2 ... -odegbami/

Gadfly,

I will check my records a bit later. However, on my recollection alone Seg is probably correct with his take on the Commerce school. Three of them - actually started with Eagles. They were Anieke, Garba, and Igwe. They dominated the Manuwa Cup in 1965 and were part of the first Nigerian schoolboys team to beat Ghana in Accra in 1966. They all were part of the Eagles team to the 1968 Olympics. Now, on the St. Murumba, Nicholas did not say for the Eagles for sure and neither did Pwol. If Salihu did then it would have been a couple of games but Salihu was a well known name in the 1970s.

I would guess that Seg is correct about his basic theory that the Jos school produced highest number of players to play for the Eagles. I state this because the Henry Nwosu list is not accurate. Emilio, for instance was a top schoolboy player but he did not play for the Eagles.

In the East, I suspect Nike Grammar school would produce top players who later played for Eagles but I doubt that the number will change the number produced by Seg from St. Murumba.


Looking forward to seeing the data you have.

As for Nicholas Atuegbu, Pwol and Tijani Salihu (it is the name I knew him by. Never realised he is also a Nakande), perhaps they were called to camp and didn't make it?

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Odegbami dey make me laugh. There is no way his secondary school has produced more players for eagles than Hussey College Warri and New Era college Benin or St Finbarr's College. Apart from football, Hussey College has produced some of best track and field athletes for Nigeria.

Just to name a few from Hussey College
Daniel Okwudili.. Played for Green eagles in the 50s
Patrick Nuquakpor . Played for Green Eagles in the 50s
Morten Owolo
Didiare
Thompson Usiyan
John Umughele
Franklin Howard
Clement Temile
Mike Obiku
Fuludu George
Zion Ogunfehimi
Fegor Ogude

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Saint Finbarr’s College

It is noteworthy that in the 1970's and 1980's the school produced international players like Thompson Oliha, Nduka Ugbade, Samson SiaSia, and Henry Nwosu, just to mention a few.

Six players from Saint Finbarr’s College were selected into the first junior National Team: Nathaniel Ogedegbe, Henry Nwosu, Stephen Keshi, Wakilu Oyenuga, late Obe Adedeji, and Emeka James were selected to make the first Flying Eagles and later called Junior Eagles. Paul Okoku, Nathaniel Ogedegbe, Henry Nwosu, Stephen Keshi, later went on to the Green Eagles national team. Godwin Odiye represented the country during the African Nations Cup. He was the first Saint Finbarr’s College student to make the national team.


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Saint Finbarr’s College

It is noteworthy that in the 1970's and 1980's the school produced international players like Thompson Oliha, Nduka Ugbade, Samson SiaSia, and Henry Nwosu, just to mention a few.

Six players from Saint Finbarr’s College were selected into the first junior National Team: Nathaniel Ogedegbe, Henry Nwosu, Stephen Keshi, Wakilu Oyenuga, late Obe Adedeji, and Emeka James were selected to make the first Flying Eagles and later called Junior Eagles. Paul Okoku, Nathaniel Ogedegbe, Henry Nwosu, Stephen Keshi, later went on to the Green Eagles national team. Godwin Odiye represented the country during the African Nations Cup. He was the first Saint Finbarr’s College student to make the national team.

How Oliha a proper Bini boy take go Finbars? This is new, never even knew Oliha grew up outside Benin besides staying in camp. I know of Edema Benson who should also be on the list.

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Una don hear of Methodist Boys High School of Ibadan before? e.g Raymond King. Folorunsho Okenla. Femi Opabunmi.. list many if we go back to the 60s..What of Kings College? What of baptist Academy. Sege fail small.


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Sir V and Agbako,

It would be nice if you provide the names as Sege has done. Saying such and such school produced such and such player does not validate Sege's thesis. Hopefully, I and other readers will be reading from you the names and their schools.

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Sir V wrote:
Odegbami dey make me laugh. There is no way his secondary school has produced more players for eagles than Hussey College Warri and New Era college Benin or St Finbarr's College. Apart from football, Hussey College has produced some of best track and field athletes for Nigeria.

Just to name a few from Hussey College
Daniel Okwudili.. Played for Green eagles in the 50s
Patrick Nuquakpor . Played for Green Eagles in the 50s
Morten Owolo
Didiare
Thompson Usiyan
John Umughele
Franklin Howard
Clement Temile
Mike Obiku
Fuludu George
Zion Ogunfehimi
Fegor Ogude


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Sir V wrote:
Odegbami dey make me laugh. There is no way his secondary school has produced more players for eagles than Hussey College Warri and New Era college Benin or St Finbarr's College. Apart from football, Hussey College has produced some of best track and field athletes for Nigeria.

Just to name a few from Hussey College
Daniel Okwudili.. Played for Green eagles in the 50s
Patrick Nuquakpor . Played for Green Eagles in the 50s
Morten Owolo
Didiare
Thompson Usiyan
John Umughele
Franklin Howard
Clement Temile
Mike Obiku
Fuludu George
Zion Ogunfehimi
Fegor Ogude


TALKING ABOUT HUSSEY TRACK & FIELD...


…how could anyone not be charmed by Emenahor with those beautiful strides of hers in the 440's? The story was that Hussey kept flunking her to keep her in school and keep her eligible to continue to run for them.
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oloye wrote:
iworo wrote:
Saint Finbarr’s College

It is noteworthy that in the 1970's and 1980's the school produced international players like Thompson Oliha, Nduka Ugbade, Samson SiaSia, and Henry Nwosu, just to mention a few.

Six players from Saint Finbarr’s College were selected into the first junior National Team: Nathaniel Ogedegbe, Henry Nwosu, Stephen Keshi, Wakilu Oyenuga, late Obe Adedeji, and Emeka James were selected to make the first Flying Eagles and later called Junior Eagles. Paul Okoku, Nathaniel Ogedegbe, Henry Nwosu, Stephen Keshi, later went on to the Green Eagles national team. Godwin Odiye represented the country during the African Nations Cup. He was the first Saint Finbarr’s College student to make the national team.

How Oliha a proper Bini boy take go Finbars? This is new, never even knew Oliha grew up outside Benin besides staying in camp. I know of Edema Benson who should also be on the list.


I am sure he made a mistake, Oliha did not go to Finbarr's as you are right that he is an outright Bini boy.

Edokpolo grammar school also should be mentioned, it produced lots of Flying Eagles and Golden Eaglets (I know this is about Super Eagles).


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Sir V wrote:
Odegbami dey make me laugh. There is no way his secondary school has produced more players for eagles than Hussey College Warri and New Era college Benin or St Finbarr's College. Apart from football, Hussey College has produced some of best track and field athletes for Nigeria.

Just to name a few from Hussey College
Daniel Okwudili.. Played for Green eagles in the 50s
Patrick Nuquakpor . Played for Green Eagles in the 50s
Morten Owolo
Didiare
Thompson Usiyan
John Umughele
Franklin Howard
Clement Temile
Mike Obiku
Fuludu George
Zion Ogunfehimi


:thumbs: :thumbs: Facts!

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As much as it pains me as a CIC guy to say it, Nike Grammar School Enugu must be up there in terms of national team players.
1. Christian Chukwu
2. Jay Jay
3. Charles Okonkwo
4. Benedict Ugwu

There are others that I can't remember.

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As much as it pains me as a CIC guy to say it, Nike Grammar School Enugu must be up there in terms of national team players.
1. Christian Chukwu
2. Jay Jay
3. Charles Okonkwo
4. Benedict Ugwu

There are others that I can't remember.


Was JJ's brother not Nike as well?

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As much as it pains me as a CIC guy to say it, Nike Grammar School Enugu must be up there in terms of national team players.
1. Christian Chukwu
2. Jay Jay
3. Charles Okonkwo
4. Benedict Ugwu

There are others that I can't remember.


I thought they said Secondary Schools not Reform(atory) Schools? :D :taunt:


Do schools where bobos enrol but never attend class count? :P

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cic old boy wrote:
As much as it pains me as a CIC guy to say it, Nike Grammar School Enugu must be up there in terms of national team players.
1. Christian Chukwu
2. Jay Jay
3. Charles Okonkwo
4. Benedict Ugwu
5. Arthur "System" Egbunam
6. Ikechukwu "Kpurumkpu" Ofoje
7. Kingsley "Shagari" Obiekwo
8. Kenneth Zeigbo

Now here is a player currently with the U17 who is also from Nike Grammar School -- Divine Nwachukwu.


There are others that I can't remember.


I believe Ibezim Ofoedu played at Nike as well but he did not play for Eagles because of his short stay at Vasco/Rangers. Did Iloenyosi not play at Nike? I cannot remember.

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As much as it pains me as a CIC guy to say it, Nike Grammar School Enugu must be up there in terms of national team players.
1. Christian Chukwu
2. Jay Jay
3. Charles Okonkwo
4. Benedict Ugwu

There are others that I can't remember.


I thought they said Secondary Schools not Reform(atory) Schools? :D :taunt:


Do schools where bobos enrol but never attend class count? :P


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Bros, Cell na waa for you oo. Anyway na you and Nike boys go enta leg for inside one trowza.

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Enugu, Ofoje was my classmate at CIC. We called "Idi Amin" or "Zekpuru" then.

I was going to mention Arthur System but wasn't sure if he played for the Eagles. I think Emma Okocha also went to Nike. There were others from the late 80s, early 90s that I can't remember.

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Sir V and Agbako,

It would be nice if you provide the names as Sege has done. Saying such and such school produced such and such player does not validate Sege's thesis. Hopefully, I and other readers will be reading from you the names and their schools.



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Enugu, Ofoje was my classmate at CIC. We called "Idi Amin" or "Zekpuru" then.

I was going to mention Arthur System but wasn't sure if he played for the Eagles. I think Emma Okocha also went to Nike. There were others from the late 80s, early 90s that I can't remember.

Thanks for the correction on Ofoje and Emma Okocha. Arthur played for Nike but I also believe he was recruited to that CKC team that won in Dublin. Arthur did play at least a game for SE from his days at Standard of Jo's. Hopefully others can add to the Nike list. There may be more guys.

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Thanks for the correction on Ofoje and Emma Okocha. Arthur played for Nike but I also believe he was recruited to that CKC team that won in Dublin. Arthur did play at least a game for SE from his days at Standard of Jo's. Hopefully others can add to the Nike list. There may be more guys.

If Ofoje ever played for Nike, it would have been as a mercenary after graduating from CIC. Yes, Arthur System was a mercenary with that CKC team, alongside other Nike boys like goalie Peter Ogbodo and right winger Chibo Offodile.

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Much as I acknowledge several schools as being great production belts of top footballers for Nigeria, I can't but laugh at the obvious omission of where it all began. Football came to Nigeria through Hope Waddell Instititution, Calabar. Courtesy of Scottish Presbyterian Ministers, the first football match in Nigeria was between the British Marines and Hope Waddell in 1902 (cricket was also first played there in 1901). Hope Waddell lost 2-1. Since then, the school has produced its fair share of national stars. Some readily come to my mind:

1949 UK Tourists National Team - The Ekpe brothers.
1980 Green Eagles that won the AFCON - Charles Bassey
The legendary Zik of Africa, former President Nnamdi Azikiwe was a star player for the school in 1923.
Then you have the following- Etta Egbe (Goalkeeper), Ene Okon (Flying Eagles Chile 1987 and Super Eagles AFCON 1992), Etim Esin(played there before concluding at Methodist Boys High School, Oron) and several Eaglets who I'll research further and get their names.

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