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Ighalo Voted Al Shabab’s Player Of The Month For May

Ighalo Voted Al Shabab’s Player Of The Month For May

Former Super Eagles striker Odion Ighalo has been voted Al Shabab’s Player of the Month for May.

The Saudi Arabia club made the announcement on their verified Twitter handle.

Ighalo was in remarkable form in May for Al Shabab as they push for the title which was eventually won by Al Hilal as he scored in four consecutive games.

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The former Manchester United star netted six goals and provided two assists to be voted the club’s best player last month.

His goals helped his side finish second and qualify for next season’s Asian Champions League.

He ended the season with nine goals after featuring in 13 games.

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  • Chima E Samuels 2 weeks ago

    Complete Sports abeg stop reminding us about the world cup, Ighalo campaign should cease. Ighalo met this team called Al shaabab abi al-quaedah at first position but he misfires in very important matches that has now led the team to finish 2nd place, before scoring two against bottom team. Nigeria media sometimes can mislead the public and they are not corruption free as well. No wonder we don’t hear of some players. CS must be aware of their role in Nigeria sports and sit up.

     
  • Chima e Samuels this is the first time I have agreed with your statement lol…

    However in saying that you are one of Musa’s biggest fans yet you go against Ighalo.. Not to say I want Ighalo back because we have better in his poistion which if I am not mistaking is the same case with Musa. based on that it shows a little bit of inconsistency in your reasoning.

    Tell me Nwanne, when Musa played in Saudi was he ever named player of the Month?? just some food a for thought because, double standards seem to be the norm in Naija society.

    Have a good day Bros.

     
    • Chima E Samuels 2 weeks ago

      I am not Musa fan neither am i against Musa. There too many exciting players like Iheanacho, Markus, Osihmen, Chukwueze, Ariball to think about than Musa. Maybe you are mistakenly me for someone else….. Ighalo should just be allowed to rest and continue making his cool cash with the Arab teams.