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Brugge Coach, Clement: Okereke Will Be Big Hit For Us

Brugge Coach, Clement: Okereke Will Be Big Hit For Us

Club Brugge manager, Philippe Clement has showered encomium on Nigerian winger, David Okereke for his superb start at the club and heroic display in Friday night’s 6-0 drubbing of Sint-Truiden and backs him to have a successful time in the Belgian league, Completesports.com reports.

Okereke netted a brace and provided an assist in the game – Club Brugge’s first home clash of the new Belgian League season.


The former Spezia of Italia player has now scored three goals in two league outings for the former league champions after also hitting the back of the net on the opening day against Wassland-Beveren.


Okereke joins teammate Hans Vanaken in goal celebration against Sint Truiden

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His international teammate, Emmanuel Dennis and South African forward, Percy Tau, who recently joined the club on loan from Premier League club, Brighton & Hove Albion were also on target in the game.

“The tension that some players had before the game was clearly not noticeable with David. It turns out that he is sliding away like that, “Clement told the club’s official website.

“When he came in last month, it seems as if he has been here for years. He is very bold in the group and very inquisitive. We will enjoy him a lot.”

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Chima E Samuels 2 years ago

    As Nigerians this guy deserves our prayers to keep him at the top. He has always been consistent with his performance even at the u23 level he did very well. I pray he gets every recognition he deserves.

  • I pray you will blossom.
    I pray your glory days will not be cut short.
    I pray that change government of nigeria will continue to change untill they get a talented bold coach who can harness the talents of your generation to take your place in history.

    With the talents available to us now we should win the Olympics gold again just like Bonfere did in 1996.
    We should win the next 2 AFCON and go to the 2022 World cup as African Champions and one of the 10 contenders, with faith in ourselves and a coach ambitious enough, we should make it to the 3rd place.
    But not with Rhor.
    Rhor Must Go.
    Rhor has done his best, but SE needs something better.
    Bye Rhor.
    Go to South Africa , they want you.
    Bye bye Rhor.

  • @cj thank you very much you are a true nigerian.

  • prince pascal 2 years ago

    rohr remains a good coach as far as I’m concerned we Nigerians seem to forget in a hurry were we started from,for christ sake this a team that couldn’t qualify for a common nations cup rorh took over and almost disbanded the old folks put his trust in young talents and landed in world cup and subsequently a nations cup bronze,we need to exercise patients as new and young bloods are still needed in the team and rorh remains the only coach that can do that now bringing in a new coach will be more or less shooting ourselves on the legs NFF should listen