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NPFL: Rivers United United Midfielder Joins Tanzanian Club

NPFL: Rivers United United Midfielder Joins Tanzanian Club

Rivers United midfielder Nelson Esor has linked up with Tanzanian Premier League club, Simba FC, reports Completesports.com.

Esor was an integral member of the Rivers United that won the Nigeria Professional Football League title for the first time last month.

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The player joined Rivers United from local rivals, Go Round FC in January 2019.

The 25-year-old made 83 league appearances for Stanley Eguma’s side registering 11 goals and five assists.

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“Welcome to Simba SC, Nelson Okwa. #NguvuMoja,” reads a tweet on Simba’s official Twitter handle.

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Rivers United have also announced the departure of the attacking midfielder.

“Nelson Esor has joined Simba FC of Tanzania,”the club tweeted.

“A model professional. A credit to Rivers United.

“We thank you Esor for your contribution to our club during your stay with us.

“Everyone at Rivers United wishes Nelson Esor and his family all the very best in their new chapter. ”

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 7
  • Sean 4 days ago

    NPFL to Tanzania? and these are the type of players they force on super Eagles coaches? Then we don’t have a league.

     
    • Greenturf 4 days ago

      Simba is not a small club besides everyone mustn’t play in Europe.
      Brazil have players in Bolivia and Mexican leagues too,it happens,the young man is happy with the move that’s what matters,it’s an improvement from where he was and hopefully something better comes.
      Life is about movement,some are fast whereas some are slow,what matters is seeing yourself better than where you was,only then you are seen as making a progress.

       
      • Codex 4 days ago

        A wisdom rarely seen these days in a single comment nice one. As for the above,this is why our football administrators must buckle up to ensure the proper growth of our game locally.

         
        • Helius 4 days ago

          Dis one and his big grammar sef

           
          • Codex 4 days ago

            I know you’re looking for my attention and now you’ve got it,look here next time you troll my comments without making any sense you’ll have me to contend with here knobhead be warned.

             
        • Greenturf 4 days ago

          Thanks @Codex

           
      • Roy of The Rovers 4 days ago

        You are so right Greenturf. Nigeria’s Players should always be encouraged regardless of their choice of league.