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This took me a while to do, sha I did a general overview of how players who played a part in Manu Garba's U17's team, be it in the Qualifiers, the Tournament in Morocco, or in the UAE.

The ones who Joined a foreign team
SUCCESS ISAAC & KELECHI IHEANACHO -

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What can I say about these two? They started their rivalry at the U17's and they have continued it at the highest level of football, they're both tied on 3 goals so far this season.
Wilfred Ndidi -

Was among Manu Garba's dependables during qualifiers for the U17 AFCON, but failed the MRI test, despite that he was included by John Obuh in his U20 team in Turkey at the age of 16 and displaced Chizoba Amaefule from the CB position, he would also be part of Manu Garba's U20 team two years later where he really acquitted himself and was then signed by Belgian club Genk. They seem to have converted him into a DM, not sure if that will be his permanent position for them, but he's so far been a regular for them this season in Midifield, even got capped by Oliseh.
Saviour Godwin -

Was a bit part Player for the team during the U17's; after the Tournament he joined NNL side Plateau United on loan for a season, wasn't part of Manu Garba's AYC, but became a crucial player in Siasia's U23's in qualifying, which led to Manu calling him into the WYC team where he managed 2 goals and 1 assist. Following the tournament he was signed by Belgian club KV Oostende where he actually scored on his debut, has only made two appearances for them so far in the season.
MUSA YAHAYA -

Was one of our top performers for the U17's, missed out on the AYC due to an injury and only made two appearances at the World Cup. Made one ridiculous assist for Isaac Success' goal against Brazil, not really sure why he was dropped there after. There has been some uncertainty on whether he is owned by Tottenham, but seems to have been in Nigeria these past few months, he will be turning 18 next week which should clear everything up.
CHIDERA EZEH -

Joined Porto almost after the U17 world cup, but it was only made official after his 18th Birthday last month, he's listed as a player of their U19 team. Had a poor AYC and wasn't even used at the Wold CUp by Manu Garba.
CHIDIEBERE NWAKALI -

Spent last season with Malaga's B team in the Spanish Tecera Division (4th) was a regular for them there and this season was sent on loan to Girona FC, where he hasn't made a league appearance yet.
TAIWO AWONIYI -

There was a lot of speculation about where he would be playing, but on transfer deadline day Liverpool signed him and immediately sent him on loan to FSV Frankfurt in the German Second Division, hasn't made a league appearance for them yet, but made his debut in a cup game.
MUSA MOHAMMED SHEHU -

Joined Turkish Super Lig side BAŞAKŞEHIR, hasn't been listed by them in the Turkish Lig yet, but has been playing for the First team in friendlies during International breaks.
IZU OMEGO -

Was part of the U17 team in Morocco, actually got sent off, I believe in the final against Ivory Coast. Didn't make it to the UAE team, due to MRI results, but was part of the team that won the AYC in Senegal, he can play both Left Back and in the centre. I don't think he was used by Manu Garba at the World cup, since Ndidi joined the squad, but after the tournament, he ended up joining Turkish Second division club Yeni Matalyaspor (Sunday Mba, Azubuike Okeychukwu, George Akpabio) where he hasn't made an appearance yet.
Aliyu Abubakar -

He wasn't part of the team in Morocco, but was included in the UAE squad, and until his introduction to the starting XI the defence was looking a bit lightweight and shaky. He would be part of the U20 team in qualifiers, but didn't go to Senegal and wasn't part of the World Cup team. He did join Israeli top division club Ashdod during qualifiers, but unlucky to him that was the season they got relegated. He did make one appearance with them that season.
Dele Alampasu -

He really seemed to come out of no where when the U17 World Cup started, he wasn't part of our U17 team in Morocco, but was included after the 1st choice was ruled out after an accident. He would end up winning the Golden Glove in the UAE and would also be included in our CHAN team. He would then be reduced to a bench role at both the AYC and the WYC, he would end up joining Portuguese second division side CD Feirense, but he has only been listed for one game (on the bench). However he somehow is part of the full International squad.
BERNARD BULBWA -

Was part of the U17 squad that came runners up in Morocco, only scored one goal in the tournament, but didn't go to the UAE due to the MRI tests I believe. He also scored only one goal at the AYC, but what a goal it was! Probably wouldn't score a goal like that for the rest of his career and to top it off it was the match winner in the final vs Senegal. Made it the the U20 World Cu where he was extremely underwhelming, but worked hard. Following the AYC he was actually signed by Esperance who he's playing for right now and has 2 goals in 4 games.

The ones who joined Local NPFL teams
IFEANYI MATTHEW -

Was a crucial member of the U17 team in qualifiers, but didn't make the World Cup squad, joined EL-Kanemi Warriors in the NPFL the following year, scoring some cracking goals for them in the League. And much like U17's he was a crucial member of the AYC team, but was ruled out of the whole World cup after an injury in the opening game against Brazil. He has been a crucial member of Oliseh's CHAN eagles so far.
ZAHARADDEN BELLO -

He joined Kano Pillars just after the U20 World cup, and slowly cemented his place in the Kano Pillars Starting XI. Was part of Siasia's U23 team in Senegal, but was dropped after the first game. His height might not have been too exposed, but at the senior level, I won't be surprised if he would be converted to the DM, which he has all the tools IMO to pull off.
Samuel Okon -

Was very impressive at the U17 World Cup, scoring two goals and after a few deals with European clubs fell through, he settled with Akwa United in the NPFL.


Already with a Foreign club
Habib Makanjuola -

He seems to have left Chelsea, he's now with Lecicester City's youth team
Francis Uzoho -

Still with the Aspire Academy. Was 14 when he was included in the 2013 squad and would've been eligible for the 2015 set if he he wasn't part of this set.


The ones who seem to have just disappeared off the radar/I couldn't find any more information on.

AKINJIDE IDOWU :oops:

Abdullahi Alfa

Mustapha Abdullahi

SALIU ALI-BABA

AHMED UMAR

Denis Nya

Raymond Japhet

Abdulazeez Abubakar


Thanks to mystic and Westafrican football for help with those I didn't know :clap: :clap: :clap:
mystic wrote: 1. Adeyinka Adewale signed with Georgian outfit Dinamo Tbilisi earlier in the year.

2. Alhassan Ibrahim is in Nigeria now after a failed move to Belgian side Westerlo (I'm not sure what went wrong). He was called up to the U23s ahead of their Olympic qualifiying tournament/CAF U23 Nations Cup in Senegal, but was rusty and didn't impress. Best bet for him will be to sign with a Nigerian club ahead of the upcoming season and work his way up the ladder.

3. Chigozie Obasi, last I heard had trials with Bastia in September and they appeared to be keen on him at the time, but not sure what has since transpired.

4. Akinjide Idowu - not sure what he's up to. This is one player that I really like and I hope he doesn't slip through the cracks.
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Ifeanyi Matthew is smart. Instead of going to trials in obscure European countries like a lot of the other U17 guys, dude just joined a club in the NPL and now it is paying off. Barring injuries he will make the CHAN team and may even end up in the Olympic team.
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Good thread. You've done well sunset
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Great job Sunset!

On some of the players who you were wondering about:

1. Adeyinka Adewale signed with Georgian outfit Dinamo Tbilisi earlier in the year.

2. Alhassan Ibrahim is in Nigeria now after a failed move to Belgian side Westerlo (I'm not sure what went wrong). He was called up to the U23s ahead of their Olympic qualifiying tournament/CAF U23 Nations Cup in Senegal, but was rusty and didn't impress. Best bet for him will be to sign with a Nigerian club ahead of the upcoming season and work his way up the ladder.

3. Chigozie Obasi, last I heard had trials with Bastia in September and they appeared to be keen on him at the time, but not sure what has since transpired.

4. Akinjide Idowu - not sure what he's up to. This is one player that I really like and I hope he doesn't slip through the cracks.
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Sunset wrote:This took me a while to do, sha I did a general overview of how players who played a part in Manu Garba's U17's team, be it in the Qualifiers, the Tournament in Morocco, or in the UAE.

The ones who Joined a foreign team
SUCCESS ISAAC & KELECHI IHEANACHO -

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What can I say about these two? They started their rivalry at the U17's and they have continued it at the highest level of football, they're both tied on 3 goals so far this season.
Wilfred Ndidi -

Was among Manu Garba's dependables during qualifiers for the U17 AFCON, but failed the MRI test, despite that he was included by John Obuh in his U20 team in Turkey at the age of 16 and displaced Chizoba Amaefule from the CB position, he would also be part of Manu Garba's U20 team two years later where he really acquitted himself and was then signed by Belgian club Gent. They seem to have converted him into a DM, not sure if that will be his permanent position for them, but he's so far been a regular for them this season in Midifield, even got capped by Oliseh.
Saviour Godwin -

Was a bit part Player for the team during the U17's; after the Tournament he joined NNL side Plateau United on loan for a season, wasn't part of Manu Garba's AYC, but became a crucial player in Siasia's U23's in qualifying, which led to Manu calling him into the WYC team where he managed 2 goals and 1 assist. Following the tournament he was signed by Belgian club KV Oostende where he actually scored on his debut, has only made two appearances for them so far in the season.
MUSA YAHAYA -

Was one of our top performers for the U17's, missed out on the AYC due to an injury and only made two appearances at the World Cup. Made one ridiculous assist for Isaac Success' goal against Brazil, not really sure why he was dropped there after. There has been some uncertainty on whether he is owned by Tottenham, but seems to have been in Nigeria these past few months, he will be turning 18 next week which should clear everything up.
CHIDERA EZEH -

Joined Porto almost after the U17 world cup, but it was only made official after his 18th Birthday last month, he's listed as a player of their U19 team. Had a poor AYC and wasn't even used at the Wold CUp by Manu Garba.
CHIDIEBERE NWAKALI -

Spent last season with Malaga's B team in the Spanish Tecera Division (4th) was a regular for them there and this season was sent on loan to Girona FC, where he hasn't made a league appearance yet.
TAIWO AWONIYI -

There was a lot of speculation about where he would be playing, but on transfer deadline day Liverpool signed him and immediately sent him on loan to FSV Frankfurt in the German Second Division, hasn't made a league appearance for them yet, but made his debut in a cup game.
MUSA MOHAMMED SHEHU -

Joined Turkish Super Lig side BAŞAKŞEHIR, hasn't been listed by them in the Turkish Lig yet, but has been playing for the First team in friendlies during International breaks.
IZU OMEGO -

Was part of the U17 team in Morocco, actually got sent off, I believe in the final against Ivory Coast. Didn't make it to the UAE team, due to MRI results, but was part of the team that won the AYC in Senegal, he can play both Left Back and in the centre. I don't think he was used by Manu Garba at the World cup, since Ndidi joined the squad, but after the tournament, he ended up joining Turkish Second division club Yeni Matalyaspor (Sunday Mba, Azubuike Okeychukwu, George Akpabio) where he hasn't made an appearance yet.
Aliyu Abubakar -

He wasn't part of the team in Morocco, but was included in the UAE squad, and until his introduction to the starting XI the defence was looking a bit lightweight and shaky. He would be part of the U20 team in qualifiers, but didn't go to Senegal and wasn't part of the World Cup team. He did join Israeli top division club Ashdod during qualifiers, but unlucky to him that was the season they got relegated. He did make one appearance with them that season.
Dele Alampasu -

He really seemed to come out of no where when the U17 World Cup started, he wasn't part of our U17 team in Morocco, but was included after the 1st choice was ruled out after an accident. He would end up winning the Golden Glove in the UAE and would also be included in our CHAN team. He would then be reduced to a bench role at both the AYC and the WYC, he would end up joining Portuguese second division side CD Feirense, but he has only been listed for one game (on the bench). However he somehow is part of the full International squad.
BERNARD BULBWA -

Was part of the U17 squad that came runners up in Morocco, only scored one goal in the tournament, but didn't go to the UAE due to the MRI tests I believe. He also scored only one goal at the AYC, but what a goal it was! Probably wouldn't score a goal like that for the rest of his career and to top it off it was the match winner in the final vs Senegal. Made it the the U20 World Cu where he was extremely underwhelming, but worked hard. Following the AYC he was actually signed by Esperance who he's playing for right now and has 2 goals in 4 games.

The ones who joined Local NPFL teams
IFEANYI MATTHEW -

Was a crucial member of the U17 team in qualifiers, but didn't make the World Cup squad, joined EL-Kanemi Warriors in the NPFL the following year, scoring some cracking goals for them in the League. And much like U17's he was a crucial member of the AYC team, but was ruled out of the whole World cup after an injury in the opening game against Brazil. He has been a crucial member of Oliseh's CHAN eagles so far.
ZAHARADDEN BELLO -

He joined Kano Pillars just after the U20 World cup, and slowly cemented his place in the Kano Pillars Starting XI. Was part of Siasia's U23 team in Senegal, but was dropped after the first game. His height might not have been too exposed, but at the senior level, I won't be surprised if he would be converted to the DM, which he has all the tools IMO to pull off.
Samuel Okon -

Was very impressive at the U17 World Cup, scoring two goals and after a few deals with European clubs fell through, he settled with Akwa United in the NPFL.


Already with a Foreign club
Habib Makanjuola -

He seems to have left Chelsea, he's now with Lecicester City's youth team
Francis Uzoho -

Still with the Aspire Academy. Was 14 when he was included in the 2013 squad and would've been eligible for the 2015 set if he he wasn't part of this set.


The ones who seem to have just disappeared off the radar/I couldn't find any more information on.

AKINJIDE IDOWU :oops:

Alhassas Ibrahim

Abdullahi Alfa

Mustapha Abdullahi

ADEYINKA ADEWALE

ADAMU ABUBAKAR

EMEKA NWABULU

SALIU ALI-BABA

AHMED UMAR

Denis Nya

Chigozi Obasi

Raymond Japhet

Abdulazeez Abubakar
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Yujam and Cell, can we archive on the main page and make it open for updates in the future
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furiously frank wrote:Yujam and Cell, can we archive on the main page and make it open for updates in the future
Good job sunset. This is what we call research.
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Sunset wrote:This took me a while to do, sha I did a general overview of how players who played a part in Manu Garba's U17's team, be it in the Qualifiers, the Tournament in Morocco, or in the UAE.

The ones who Joined a foreign team
SUCCESS ISAAC & KELECHI IHEANACHO -

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What can I say about these two? They started their rivalry at the U17's and they have continued it at the highest level of football, they're both tied on 3 goals so far this season.
Wilfred Ndidi -

Was among Manu Garba's dependables during qualifiers for the U17 AFCON, but failed the MRI test, despite that he was included by John Obuh in his U20 team in Turkey at the age of 16 and displaced Chizoba Amaefule from the CB position, he would also be part of Manu Garba's U20 team two years later where he really acquitted himself and was then signed by Belgian club Gent. They seem to have converted him into a DM, not sure if that will be his permanent position for them, but he's so far been a regular for them this season in Midifield, even got capped by Oliseh.
Saviour Godwin -

Was a bit part Player for the team during the U17's; after the Tournament he joined NNL side Plateau United on loan for a season, wasn't part of Manu Garba's AYC, but became a crucial player in Siasia's U23's in qualifying, which led to Manu calling him into the WYC team where he managed 2 goals and 1 assist. Following the tournament he was signed by Belgian club KV Oostende where he actually scored on his debut, has only made two appearances for them so far in the season.
MUSA YAHAYA -

Was one of our top performers for the U17's, missed out on the AYC due to an injury and only made two appearances at the World Cup. Made one ridiculous assist for Isaac Success' goal against Brazil, not really sure why he was dropped there after. There has been some uncertainty on whether he is owned by Tottenham, but seems to have been in Nigeria these past few months, he will be turning 18 next week which should clear everything up.
Well done here however I have a correction for you; Yahaya also scored in the game against Brazil
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Thanks Sunset. But wow, I didn't realize all the changes based on failed MRI tests, seems Garba would have presented a vastly (?) different team if they had passed. Wonder if they would have been just as good, as some of the bobo's that failed seemed to have made it to the U-20 team that was very underwhelming...
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Sunset, good job.
We need to have a dedicated page to track our young players and how they are progressing.
Sunset's work should be a start...
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Bigpokey24 wrote:Good thread. You've done well sunset
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Good Job bro. We need more of this.

This is the kind of threads needed on this site and not all the dross some people post on a daily basis.
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Cito wrote:Good Job bro. We need more of this.

This is the kind of threads needed on this site and not all the dross some people post on a daily basis.
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Just doing what I can guys, thank you o! :thumbs:
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pajimoh wrote:
Cito wrote:Good Job bro. We need more of this.

This is the kind of threads needed on this site and not all the dross some people post on a daily basis.
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....The biggest(no pun intended) culprit posted up there^^....within 10-12 post up
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Sunset wrote:Wilfred Ndidi -

Was among Manu Garba's dependables during qualifiers for the U17 AFCON, but failed the MRI test, despite that he was included by John Obuh in his U20 team in Turkey at the age of 16 and displaced Chizoba Amaefule from the CB position, he would also be part of Manu Garba's U20 team two years later where he really acquitted himself and was then signed by Belgian club Gent. They seem to have converted him into a DM, not sure if that will be his permanent position for them, but he's so far been a regular for them this season in Midifield, even got capped by Oliseh.
Good job bro... :clap:

Ndidi joined Gent BEFORE the WYC (which is why he missed the AYC)...
And, in addition to DM, has played in all four Back-Four positions for Gent.

PS: And Z. Bello plays primarily at DM for Kano Pillars.
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Musa Muhammed made his competitive debut for Başakşehir today in their cup game, even (kind of) got an assist as well. :clap: :clap:
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Musa Yahaya turns 18 today.
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Good to see Musa Muhammed starting to feature for his club, now hopefully Yahaya sorts out his situation. That kid has too much potential to let it go to waste.
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I'm so proud of Issac, Kelechi and Ndidi at the moment, i wish the rest good luck as well.
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niyi wrote:Musa Yahaya turns 18 today.
Finally we see an end to the entire saga!
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Iheanacho played for the MC youth squad on Monday. Two assists and within inches of scoring if not for a last second clearance (his teammate actually scored from the clearance).

Minor correction:
Wilfried Ndidi plays for GENK, not Gent.
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marutimon wrote:Iheanacho played for the MC youth squad on Monday. Two assists and within inches of scoring if not for a last second clearance (his teammate actually scored from the clearance).

Minor correction:
Wilfried Ndidi plays for GENK, not Gent.
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