HomeNigerian Footballers Abroad

Exclusive: Osimhen Must Maintain Calmness At Napoli –Nwosu

Exclusive: Osimhen Must  Maintain Calmness At Napoli –Nwosu

Former Nigerian midfielder, Henry Nwosu has advised Super Eagles striker, Victor Osimhen to always control his emotion if he achieve his aim at Napoli.

Nwosu made this known on the backdrop of his recent outburst in training where he forced to leave the field by Napoli boss, Luciano Spalleti.

The Nigerian international who is a top target of Bayern Munich, was visibly angry after he was fouled by the new signing who wanted to prove himself in training

However, in a chat with Completesports.com, the 1980 Africa Cup of Nations winner, stated that Osimhen must maintain some level of patience if he must actualize his major objective as striker.



Read Also: 2022 Commonwealth Games: Ashe, Akintola, Ekevwo Target Historic 100m Title

“It is not a good one for Osimhen to be sent off from training by his manager.

“Normally in training players are meant to tackle each other regardless of your personality in the team.

“Anyway, I am optimistic he would have learn from his mistake, after all we are all human being.


“The truth is, Osimhen must learn to be calm if he desire to reach the peak of his career. “

Copyright © 2021 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.



  • Or he will only end up like Etim Esin.

  • Golden Child 3 weeks ago

    This dude will end up destroying himself.

  • Ebubedike 3 weeks ago

    All these pull him down syndrome will not work. Osihmen is the most respectful and calm Super Eagles player.

  • Ralph 3 weeks ago

    That is a pure truth, he must never lose is composure especially when you are playing in the Serie A or any of Europe’s big league, because being in the press for something that got nothing to do with you scoring or missing goals could affect him. However, even though this happens to the biggest players in the game, there is no football without Andreline. And when that comes in anything could happen, and you will realise and learn from it. So bringing Etim-Esin into this, or already saying stuff like “The guy will destroy himself ” is just over the board.