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Iwobi Scoops Everton Goal Of The Month Prize

Iwobi Scoops Everton Goal Of The Month Prize

Nigeria winger Alex Iwobi has won Everton Goal of the Month award for March, Completesports.com reports.

Iwobi’s dramatic 99th-minute winner against Newcastle United was voted as the number one for the month by EvertonIans.

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The 25-year-old calmly slotted home after being played in by Dominic Calvert-Lewin to sent Goodison Park into raptures and secure a vital three points for the 10-man Toffees.

The former Arsenal Star has scored two goals in 22 league appearances for the Merseysiders this season.

Claire Emslie’s clinical finish for Everton Women against Manchester United at Old Trafford finished second in the vote, with the first of Salomon Rondon’s two goals against Boreham Wood in third place.

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  • Glory 2 years ago

    Super boy Alexander the king Iwobi. Enjoy … Nothing duyour.

  • Dr Banks 2 years ago

    Nawa for these clubs o, how many goals in total did Everton score in the month of March see?

  • Esperon 2 years ago

    If Rohr was still our Coach we would have made the world cup

  • Esperon 2 years ago

    Monkey Post comments. During the group games of the Afcon. The play was good. But from then onwards it became obvious that Mr Eguavoen was outwitted. My take is that we should always strive to be the best at what we do. Irrespective of racial bias. Mr Eguavoen can strive to be the best coach ever by taking courses over and over again. Maybe pick up a Nigerian club side to implement and perfect some of the new ideas he has learnt. What stops Mr Eguavoen from being a coach of Real Madrid. Then we can have the Super Eagles Discussion. I think we should bring Rohr back. The odds of getting a good Coach Foreign or Nigerian would cost some good amount of money. Unless NFF does some sound scouting which would unearth a nice upcoming coach with good ideas regularly updating himself and willing to take up The Super Eagles challenge whether Foreign or Nigerian. Until we have that, we should bring back Rohr to coach the Super Eagles

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