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Kwara United signs Amokachi’s twin sons, nazim and kalim
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Seyi Alao 0 February 5, 2020 4:34 pm


Daniel Amokachi’s twin sons Nazim and Kalim have put pen to paper with Nigeria professional football league club, Kwara United.

Nazim and Kalim last played for JS Hercules and also had a short stint with Besiktas Academy in Turkey will now join an already potent Kwara united side coached by Abdullahi Biffo.
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Nazim is a right winger who has the eye for scoring spectacular goals scored 4 goals in 6 games for JS Hercules while Kalim had 4 games under his belt with no goal but look certain to bring their wealth of European experience into the youthful Kwara United side.

However the details of their deal was not disclosed to the media, but the players are happy to be joining a club that will give them the opportunity to continue their development.

Daniel Amokachi, Nazim and Kalim’s father who was recently appointed as a special to President Muhammad Buhari on football had played for sides like Ranchers Bees in Kaduna before stints with Club Brugge, Everton and Besiktas rounded up an illustrious career in Europe.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 06, 2020 8:28 pm 
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Doesn't sound like a dream move to go from Besiktas to Hercules and then Kwara Utd. Wish the young lads the best at Kwara Utd. We seriously need to develop our league though to make it more attractive to our young players


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Kwara United signs Amokachi’s twin sons, nazim and kalim
https://www.brila.net/kwara-united-signs-amokachis-twin-sons-nazim-and-kalim/
Seyi Alao 0 February 5, 2020 4:34 pm


Daniel Amokachi’s twin sons Nazim and Kalim have put pen to paper with Nigeria professional football league club, Kwara United.

Nazim and Kalim last played for JS Hercules and also had a short stint with Besiktas Academy in Turkey will now join an already potent Kwara united side coached by Abdullahi Biffo.
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Nazim is a right winger who has the eye for scoring spectacular goals scored 4 goals in 6 games for JS Hercules while Kalim had 4 games under his belt with no goal but look certain to bring their wealth of European experience into the youthful Kwara United side.

However the details of their deal was not disclosed to the media, but the players are happy to be joining a club that will give them the opportunity to continue their development.

Daniel Amokachi, Nazim and Kalim’s father who was recently appointed as a special to President Muhammad Buhari on football had played for sides like Ranchers Bees in Kaduna before stints with Club Brugge, Everton and Besiktas rounded up an illustrious career in Europe.


Nice!

Congrats to the youngins! :clap:

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 07, 2020 10:26 am 
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Enugu II wrote:
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Kwara United signs Amokachi’s twin sons, nazim and kalim
https://www.brila.net/kwara-united-signs-amokachis-twin-sons-nazim-and-kalim/
Seyi Alao 0 February 5, 2020 4:34 pm


Daniel Amokachi’s twin sons Nazim and Kalim have put pen to paper with Nigeria professional football league club, Kwara United.

Nazim and Kalim last played for JS Hercules and also had a short stint with Besiktas Academy in Turkey will now join an already potent Kwara united side coached by Abdullahi Biffo.
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Nazim is a right winger who has the eye for scoring spectacular goals scored 4 goals in 6 games for JS Hercules while Kalim had 4 games under his belt with no goal but look certain to bring their wealth of European experience into the youthful Kwara United side.

However the details of their deal was not disclosed to the media, but the players are happy to be joining a club that will give them the opportunity to continue their development.

Daniel Amokachi, Nazim and Kalim’s father who was recently appointed as a special to President Muhammad Buhari on football had played for sides like Ranchers Bees in Kaduna before stints with Club Brugge, Everton and Besiktas rounded up an illustrious career in Europe.


This is very good for our league. Hope the boys enjoy the experience and improve for their next phase.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 07, 2020 10:43 am 
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I can see what the bull is trying to do, I think there is potential big market for it in Nigeria, I took my youngest son on holiday to naija over xmas period and he played at an academy and he really liked it, the coach was a guy that had been to Denmark for trials. He enjoyed the stories from the guy, all in all there is a market there for people in naija to make money and also those abroad to learn from them

Am not even talking at the high level here

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 07, 2020 9:59 pm 
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I can see what the bull is trying to do, I think there is potential big market for it in Nigeria, I took my youngest son on holiday to naija over xmas period and he played at an academy and he really liked it, the coach was a guy that had been to Denmark for trials. He enjoyed the stories from the guy, all in all there is a market there for people in naija to make money and also those abroad to learn from them

Am not even talking at the high level here


Prince,

That is not the only attraction. The soccer is different, physical, and very fast. My son played there when he was 15 and he enjoyed it. It was an eye opener. The fact that Nigerian youths play long hours each day is a huge benefit and coming from the academy elsewhere it is a challenge and very exciting.

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Are these his sons from the Tunisian model?

Is he still married to her?

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Doesn't sound like a dream move to go from Besiktas to Hercules and then Kwara Utd. Wish the young lads the best at Kwara Utd. We seriously need to develop our league though to make it more attractive to our young players
... Nazim and Kalim last played for JS Hercules and also had a short stint with Besiktas Academy in Turkey
. Sound like they were passing-by and scrimmaged with the Turkish academy, many Nigerian do that.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 08, 2020 2:37 am 
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So the boys are not good eh? They should just go to school and become engineers instead of trying to fill daddy's shoes.

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1naija wrote:
So the boys are not good eh? They should just go to school and become engineers instead of trying to fill daddy's shoes.


i see what you did there. the road to success doesn't always go in a straight line sometimes you got go backwards to fine tune your trajectory. its also an opportunity for kids who have been abroad to get to know their country.

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jette1 wrote:
1naija wrote:
So the boys are not good eh? They should just go to school and become engineers instead of trying to fill daddy's shoes.


i see what you did there. the road to success doesn't always go in a straight line sometimes you got go backwards to fine tune your trajectory. its also an opportunity for kids who have been abroad to get to know their country.



But even you would have to admit that this detour doesn't look good. These boys are likely in their mid 20s and after a journeyman career, are signing with kwara united....

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deanotito wrote:
jette1 wrote:
1naija wrote:
So the boys are not good eh? They should just go to school and become engineers instead of trying to fill daddy's shoes.


i see what you did there. the road to success doesn't always go in a straight line sometimes you got go backwards to fine tune your trajectory. its also an opportunity for kids who have been abroad to get to know their country.



But even you would have to admit that this detour doesn't look good. These boys are likely in their mid 20s and after a journeyman career, are signing with kwara united....


i think we are assuming too much, we are not at their dinner table

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They are happy! :clap:

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Children should be encouraged to chart their own course. Sometimes society tend to pressure children of great athletes to turn out to be as great as their father. Marvin Frazier is a prime example of this.

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