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Mbaoma Set To Join Algerian Club, Mouloudia Club d’Alger

Mbaoma Set To Join Algerian Club, Mouloudia Club d’Alger

Super Eagles forward, Victor Mbaoma has agreed to join Algerian side, Mouloudia Club d’Alger, reports Completesports.com.

The Enyimba star will link up with The Dean at the end of the Nigeria Professional Football League season.

Mbaoma is currently the second joint top scorer in the NPFL with 15 goals.

Rivers United forward, Chijoke Akuneto sit at the top of goals chart with 16 goals.

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Mbaoma scored a hat-trick in Enyimba’s 3-0 win against Kwara United last weekend, while Akuneto responded with a brace in his club’s hard-fought 2-1 home victory against Abia Warriors.

The 25-year-old was previously in the books of Remo Stars and Akwa United.

The striker was recently on the Super Eagles playing tour of the United States of America for the international friendlies against Mexico and Ecuador

Mbaoma made his debut in the Super Eagles’ 2-1 defeat to Mexico. He also featured as a substitute against Ecuador.

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  • This is what I mean the best players from NPFL leave to even clubs in Algeria after a good stand out season. Which makes me so enraged when these Ex Footballers keep clamouring for NPFL players the following season and while they are doing so they always neglect the ones that left only the season before. A league that:,

    1. Cannot even hold onto the best players.
    2. Lacks infrastructure
    3. struggles to beat clubs from traditionally weaker nations in football
    4. Have weaker player potential than our Academy and Youth Products

    What are we always clamouring for the players when we always forget the true champions of that league, Who by the way are no where near the level or calibre our Academy and Youth Teams produce, I mean can this guy be compared to Isaac Success or Kelechi Iheanacho talkless of Victor Osimhen?… I then wonder do ex footballers even use sense when making some points

    • Ignatius Abo 2 years ago

      Well said brotherman Ugo. Homebase players are not ready for the Super Eagles. Heaven bless all deserving Super Eagles players

  • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

    And your guess is as good as mine that he ceases to be good enough for a SE callup henceforth, now that he is no longer a “home-based” player.

    Next player please…!

  • The same old path the likes of CHIKITARA, OKPOTU, AKAS etc threaded.

    Just using the national team to send home base players to mediocre leagues.

    Tomorrow those jobless ex local champion would start clamouring for the invitation of home base players to the team.

  • @Ugo, yes better npfl players can be compared with the academy products. The main reason academy players are protected from npfl is financial reasons by greedy agents and the greedy clubs administrators. Most if not all transfer fees are not accounted for or reinvested by either the agents or clubs. The money simply vanish.

    The solution is for state governments to stop sponsoring of football clubs, its a complete waste of money. Let them all go private. If only ten clubs will survive, let it be. At least we will see proper planning and organization.
    NFF and the LMC will also be cleaned up as they will be and free from government interference too.

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