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Nigerian Duo Join Sudanese Club Al Merreikh

Nigerian Duo Join Sudanese Club Al Merreikh

Sudanese giants Al Merreikh have announced the signing of Nigerian duo, Osho Dayo and Henry Emmanuel.

According to Al Merreikh, Dayo and Emmanuel penned a three-year contract each.

The duo linked up with Super Eagles goalkeeper Ojo Olorunleke at the club.

Olorunleke moved to Omdurman-based outfit earlier this month.

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The shot stopper signed a two year contract with his new club.

The 28-year-old will play his final game for nine-time Nigeria Premier Football League champions Enyimba against Plateau United on Sunday.

The former Abia Warriors and Akwa United goalie was in the books of the the People’s Elephant for three seasons.

He won the NPFL title with the Aba giants last season.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 5
  • This is funny. You mean Sudanese are fleeing their country while Nigerian footballers are trooping in? So the money in the league of war-torn Sudanese is better than earnings from the NPFL?

    i know the city of Omdurman, where the club Al Merreikh is based is not spared in the war. Well, keep safe o.

  • SD Special Delivery Jones 4 weeks ago

    Sudan league is not better than the Nigerian league.

  • osaretin 4 weeks ago

    the 3 of them are not footballers but rather footpedllers. the later are people that sees football as to what to feed them only. Ask yourself this question, do they have any hope of advancing their career other than become Sudanese citizens and play for their national team

  • Not all will get opportunity to play on Europe.
    Some clubs in Africa are way better than Nigeria currently, considering the prevailing state of the economy. We don’t have to go far, next door neighbours, Togo and Benin Republic have reluctant coming to Nigeria for artisan work following poor exchange rate.

    Please stop blaming these youngsters. Many have fancied their economic prosperity elsewhere.

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