Ndidi, Iheanacho Cool Off At French Beach After Hectic Season

Ndidi, Iheanacho Cool Off At French Beach After Hectic Season

Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi and forward, Kelechi Iheanacho took time to cool off at a beach in France on Tuesday following a gruelling campaign in the English Premier League, Completesports.com reports.

The duo were at the Saint-Tropez, a coastal town in France to relax and rest before linking up with the Super Eagles teammates in Asaba for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations preparation.

Ndidi and Iheanacho were included in the Super Eagles’ 25-man provisional list released by head coach Gernot Rohr on Tuesday, May 14.

Ndidi posted a picture of the duo on a boat on his instagram page with the word ‘LIFESTYLE’ underneath it.

The 23-year-old featured in all of Leicester City’s 38 Premier League games in the 2018/2019 season and scored twice.

Ndidi was the third Nigerian to achieve the feat after Joseph Yobo (with Everton) and Victor Moses (Wigan Athletic).

The former KRC Genk of Belgium midfielder also made 144 tackles with a 69% success to finish the season as the top tackler in the English top flight ahead of Idris Gueye and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, thereby retaining the award from last term.

Iheanacho on his part scored one goal in 30 appearances for the Foxes in the concluded 2018/19 season.

By Adeboye Amosu

COMMENTS

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  • Diutopep 2 months ago

    ENJOY GUYS…. BODI NO BE FIREWOOD!I PRAY YOU MAKE THE FINAL LIST AND POSSIBLY, YOU RECOVER YOUR LOST FORM IN EGYPT.

  • Chima E Samuels 2 months ago

    Kelechi lots of people have forgotten your hay days i therefore urge you to go and do your best in camp if deemed good enough keeping doing what you know and try not to prove anything to mankind. Humans can not be bought because the day you fail they will crucify you. Last advice live right and healthy

  • Omo9ja 2 months ago

    Hmmm, Iheanacho they said no, God can not do it for you but I say yes God is able. All I want from you is to go out there and prove your worth again. It is not too late to show your people what you capable of. God bless Nigeria!!!

  • Edoman. 2 months ago

    Iheanacho can not show what he hasn’t got. The World is waiting for Sam Chukwueze, Henry Onyekuru and Osimhen to demonstrate their prowess and their God given gift without pump from any body.

  • Sunnyb 2 months ago

    @Edoman u right my brother, the guy is an average player he has nothing to offer. We know the players for the future and is not one them as of now.Look at what young Madison is doing at Leicester, most of these Nigerian age cheaters are not ready for prime time.

    • Edoman. 2 months ago

      Sunnyb, exactly what l mean. All these Nigerian average players, sooner or later will face the reality of their situations and the natural law of equilibrium.

  • Saint P. 2 months ago

    @Edoman,@Sunny b. I`m sure you guys are mature man and older than Iheanacho no matter how many years he cut out form his age that is if that’s is really true, we all know what this guy did at the junior level, maybe he should have moved to a smaller club instead of Man City and that move had a negative effect on his form and confidence which is part of the game, but I believe you can do better than vomiting negative comments on the guy, have you sit down and think about how much the small boy is raking in every week? and you sit down behind a computer and wasting away and think you are talking him down? One mistake from Chukwueze at AFCON you same guys will switch on your computer again to attack him. Support your team and criticism is part of the game but apply common sense when you are criticizing, reason with your head and not your toe. 

  • Sunnyb 2 months ago

    Bro see what Sadio mane is doing at Liverpool, Everyone can see the dedication, passion, professionalism  in by boy. Just like Kobe Bryant former lakers living legend.i never believed Sadio  mane got more skill or talent than Isaac success, but our own success is very lazy, unprofessional above all he lacks  passion for the sport. Iheanacho and others like  him are average players truth must be told, they lacks passion for the sport, some of these guys are just like the country itself.People truly loves the guy, but iheanacho doesn’t care, the boy is a local champion, I wish these guys would learn something from Etim Esin, just a food for thought.

  • Walking 2 months ago

    See am, na flex he dey flex upan down..
    Instead of him dedicating more time to training, watching clips of himself in order to make corrections and be better..
    A typical Nigeria mentality, not ready to put extra effort..
    He dey collect salary na…

  • Edoman. 2 months ago

    These average players are not ready for prime time. l feel sorry for those who invest their hopes and expirations on them. These average players tends to attain their optimum sooner when made couple of thousands of pounds and can never want to do what a real professional does. We see them every day. You see them at their best when they are hungry for money at that particular time but, sooner they are at a point of getting to the promise land, they begin to slide. They never get there. If some astute intelligent folks call them out, you will see some half baked silly individual like Saint p questioning the motive of not accepting mediocracy, and unprofessional standard of these average players.

    If Saint P wants to go to the Stadium to watch average players, that is his choice, but don’t attempt to insult those who refused to pump an average players on the field.