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Esperance Part Ways With Lokosa

Esperance Part Ways With Lokosa

Esperance have terminated the contract of Nigeria striker Junior Lokosa, reports Completesports.com.

The Tunisian champions announced Lokosa’s departure on their official Twitter handle on Wednesday.

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“🇳🇬 Nigerian striker Junior Lokosa ends his contract with Esperance / المهاجم النيجيري جونيور لوكوزا يفسخ عقده مع الترجي / L’attaquant nigérian Junior Lokosa met fin à son contrat avec l’Espérance,”reads the tweet.

The 26-year-old managed two goals in 11 appearances for Esperance.

The former First Bank player struggled to stay fit since linking up with Esperance from Nigeria Professional Football League side Kano Pillars on a two-and-half-year-deal in 2019.

He was top scorer in the NPFL in 2019 with 19 goals.

By Adeboye Amosu

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 8
  • GLORY 1 week ago

    I am sure by now it could have been a case of SE players without clubs or seeking loan move. Lolzzz. God deliver Nigeria from the hands of Satans.

     
    • Oakfield 1 week ago

      Top scorer in our domestic league could not get a foothold in ordinary esperance of tunisia. After nah somebody who pretends he’s with his right senses will come here and spew garbage that our home based players are good enough to claim a shirt in the eagles. We have been told the truth several times but the problem is we Nigerians don’t like to be told the truth and we find it very hard to accept it. When president Yaradua (one of the best presidents if not the best in the history of this country) died, Dora Akunyili spoke the truth regarding his demise but she almost got hunted down all bcs she spoke the truth! Our domestic league is very rotten and smelly and needs to be revamped in all ramifications completely. Our domestic league of the 70s, 80s, 90s and late 2000s cannot be compared to our league of today. There is a huge gap btw the past and the present domestic league. Imagine, top scorer for Nigeria go tunisia go fumble with only 11 apps and 2 sorry goals citing fitness levels. So what it means is that the tunisian league is more rigorous and competitive down ours and yet we claim to have the best. The day we start accepting reality in this country, that is when we shall start getting it right otherwise we shall continue our nose dive in everything . Economy 0, education 0, domestic sports 0, power 0, government 0, security —-0, leadership —–0.0

       
      • He was transferred to sunshine stars with 300000dollars. Now in online.ng.com.news.

         
  • Sean 7 days ago

    Hmm….is this not the same player that some people here wanted to hug transformer for because he was dropped for world cup? Rohr! You get vision die

     
  • Michel 7 days ago

    Seems most people don’t read stories before commenting, The story says that he struggled to stay fit,he had injury problems,it doesn’t mean that he can’t play football or that he is a bad player. This lad can compete with any super eagles player period

     
  • Ub.F 7 days ago

    UTIN IKOUWEM(F.EAGLE’s captain during 2019) struggling in ISRAELI LEAGUE after strong showing in NPFL…
    now LOKOSA has join the ban wagon….

    we don’t even here from CHIKITARA….

    How about ANTHONY OKPOTU….

    These were good players in NPFL….

    Remember, some people wanted ROHR to integrate them into SE….
    Lol….
    This country shaaaarrr….

    WE ALL KNOW THIS THINGS…. OUR HOME BASE ARE NOT THERE YET…
    THEY ARE STILL MILES AWAY….

     
    • Barthy 6 days ago

      Okpotu is doing okay in Tunisia,he’s the league’s top scorer

       
  • Chux 7 days ago

    @Michel,this is not injury issue.He is not fit means that his endurance and strength level is below par.He can’t keep up with the rigors of the Tunisian football league.There are players that have injury issues yet the club keeps them.
    What good is it when a player is good with the ball but his fitness level is low.