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Brazilian Winger Ivo Junior Joins NNL Club Vandrezzer FC

Brazilian Winger Ivo Junior Joins NNL Club Vandrezzer FC

Vandrezzer FC have completed the signing of Brazilian winger, Ivo Jorge Santos da Costa, popularly known as Ivo Júnior.

The 27-year-old penned a one-year contract to keep him with the Lions of Naija until the end of the 2020/2021 Nigeria National League (NNL) campaign, having passed his medicals.

Ivo is the second Brazilian signed on by VFC after midfielder Alberico da Silva.

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The former Flamengo player is primarily a right-winger with a wide array of skills.

The Rio de Janeiro of Brazil native brings with him a bevy of experience, having represented Rio-based sides Flamengo, Fluminense, Bangu, Macae, and Barra da Tijuca, before playing for Croatian club Koprivnica and Shkupi FC in North Macedonia.

He also had a brief stint with NPFL club Heartland during the 2017/18 campaign.

“I have always wanted to join this club since Coach Everton took off from Brazil again. The organization is of international standard and this has greatly influenced my decision to sign. I feel at home and pray we win as a team ” says Ivo.

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  • GLORY 3 years ago

    Just what we love to see happening to our local League teams. Thumbs up to Vandrezza FC. Will be nice to see other teams follow suit.

    • dave okeke 3 years ago

      The guy is not bad at all_ but this is not the first time though Fc ifeanyi una once signed two Brazilian players at once, but the is just too messed up, making it difficult to observe this players.

  • All Amadi 3 years ago

    A Brazilian signing to play football in Nigeria makes me laugh.

    • Doctor Koyemi Oderinde 3 years ago

      They are planning to sign Gabriel Jesus in the summer.

  • Uduehi 3 years ago

    All those ones no be better brazillians

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