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Done Deal: Mbaoma Joins Algerian Club Moloudia Oran On Two-Year Deal

Done Deal: Mbaoma Joins Algerian Club Moloudia Oran On Two-Year Deal

Algerian club, Mouloudia Oran, has announced the signing of Victor Mbaoma from Nigeria Professional Football League outfit, Enyimba, reports Completesports.com.

Mbaoma penned a two-year deal with the Moloudia.

Another Algerian club, MC Alger and Egyptian giants, Zamalek were also interested in the striker.

Mbaoma is currently the joint top scorer in the NPFL with 16 goals.

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“It feels great (joining MC Oran). I feel this is the best chance for me to express the quality in me,” Mbaoma told Abbeylivenetwork.com.

“It is a dream move and it came at the right time. I will use this opportunity to get to the next height of my career. Joining this great club, their style of play will actually help me grow.

“This is a great opportunity for me and I can’t wait to compete in front of the fans in MC Oran.”

The striker recently featured in Nigeria’s friendlies against Mexico and Ecuador.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Edoman 2 years ago

    Mbaoma was a home-based player few weeks age. He is now a ‘foreign based player’ just after 2 caps. The Agent Wolves are out there waiting and calling for another Home-based to the national team whom he can selloff to any club outside the Nigeria shores to make his cut. All ‘Ex international’ players make their living promoting any home-based player to play for Super Eagle only to sell them off to any foreign club that can pay as little as 10,000 dollars. All those ‘ex this and ex that’ are only interested in their own pocket and not the interest of the player nor for the national interest. NO MORE ‘HOME-BASED PLAYER’ FOR THE SUPER EAGLE OF NIGERIA.

    • KangA 2 years ago

      @Edoman, I get your point. It is as clear as “pure water” where the interest of ex-players who champion the inclusion of local players lies–stomach infrastructure. Make no mistake; $10,000 is a massive sum in Naija.

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