Nwakali Helps Huesca Gain Promotion To LaLiga For Second Time Ever

Nwakali Helps Huesca Gain Promotion To LaLiga For Second Time Ever

Kelechi Nwakali was in action for Spanish second division club SD Huesca who beat visiting Numancia 3-0 on Friday night to gain promotion to LaLiga, Completesports.com reports.

It is the second time ever that Huesca will secure promotion to LaLiga in their history after first achieving the feat in the 2017/2018 season.

Huesca picked one of the two automatic promotion tickets alongside Cadiz.

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In Friday’s game against Numancia, a brace from Rafa Mir (penalty 54th minute, 68th minute) and a strike from former Leicester City forward Shinji Okazaki, helped sealed promotion.

Nwakali was introduced in the 89th minute in the game which was his fourth league appearance.

The win took Huesca to 67 points and are two points behind leaders Cadiz with one more game left to play.

By James Agberebi

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  • Congratulations to you Nwakali. Now it’s the time to show the world the stuff you are made of. Please please please distance yourself for anything village fetish belief to help make things happen. Get more professional, putting loads of time into personal training. To be perfect is practice, practice, practice, as this has become your career, your profession. You have got the talent. La liga is one of the best platform to express that talent but you MUST TAKE PERSONAL WORKOUT WITH AND WITHOUT THE BALL VERY VERY SERIOUSLY N PRAY TO GOD WHILE TRUST NOT ON VILLAGE “HELP”. GOD BLESS.

    • Omo9ja 11 months ago

      Congratulations to you Nwakali.
      @Glory, well spoken. I love that.

      Nwakali is a playmaker. He can distribute ball to anywhere on the pitch. Well calm and very smart. What a player.

      He’s a freekicks specialist. Oh chai our lovely Glory, this our Nwakali is too good and I am praying for him to be successful in his career. Happy weekend my people. God bless us all. God bless Nigeria!!!

  • Collins id 11 months ago

    In addition u have to be fast on the ball. No time for slow motion, forget about mikel style of play it was never the best style. Try and copy pogba you have every quality to emulate drogba. I wish u all the best of nest season

  • Gideon S 11 months ago

    Congrats bro…
    More hardwork ahead you…
    Have it in mind, SE no be moimoi..
    Is all bout competition!

    I trust your ability,
    Gud luck bro

  • Olusegun.B. 11 months ago

    Congratulations Kel . I’m proud of you and follow the advice of all those who admire you esp Collins id in which you’re even better than Mikel to the extent that you can score with free kicks in which Mikel couldn’t care to work diligently on for club and country and its one of if not the ideal criteria for a number 10. Even number 4s also should imbibe that and anyone who’s got the knack for it
    Work on your speed . Think with accuracy
    Be professional and build a reputation where ppl and clubs around the world would know that you’re hot stuff. And use this as another opportunity to let NFF and Rohr to take a look at you . We are in need of number 10s, lots of number 10s.

    Don’t just play to entertain , but also play to win . I’m reminding you about Jay Jay okocha . Let your play make you noticed to win global awards and prove that the worth of the under17 for Nigeria and Africa is not a fluke . Since we have yet to see the main impact of the competition esp in winning the world cup ,The main world cup. All this is NFF’s undoing for not making sure it works .
    All the same congratulations!

  • Ikeben 11 months ago

    Congrats bro,
    In addition to these advices
    Stay away from women and partying, it has drawn several back.
    People like Success have still not recovered from the effects of such life style on ones career.

    I believe you are destined for the top. If the winner of the U-17 world cup Adidas Golden boot and Silver ball – Victor Osimhen is already making waves all over. And the winner of Adidas bronze boot – Samuel Chukwueze is also making waves and turning heads in laliga. Then you the winner of Adidas Golden ball cannot do otherwise. Delay is defintely not denial. Just keep working hard and trusting God. You will achieve your destiny.

  • Thanks @ Omon9a, kerewa kerewawa.lol. Anyway on a serious note, Nwakali’s case has been troubling, so this promotion has come with huge relief. We should please not burden him with SE, his good performances will speak for him at the right time. One very good point as noted by Collin Id, is Nwakali’s quickness on the ball; very very true n important. Nwakali is a bit sluggish on that aspect, as he drags his feet on d ball sometimes but he can easily improve on there by doing loads of foot work. I think that’s the only draw back in Nwakali’s game,maybe he is watching too much of Mikel really but he is a complete different player from Mikel, whose is a master of keeping balls away from opponents but Nwakali’s has a warrior attitude to his game, taking fight to opponents goal area. In my opinion, Nwakali is very much similar in style Yaya Toure, the moving train.

    • Omo9ja 11 months ago

      @GLORY, you are welcome. Ahahahaha, ah, kerewa kerewawa? Hmm. Glory, Glory. It’s okay o, no wahala lolz.

      You are right. Nwakali is a great warrior and he can improve on that.
      I wish him best of luck. God bless Nigeria!!!