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Odey Voted Player Of The Month In Denmark

Odey Voted Player Of The Month In Denmark

Nigeria forward Stephen Odey has been voted Danish SuperLiga Player of the Month for October, Completesports.com reports.

Odey scored three goals in four league appearances for Randers during the month.

The 23-year-old has scored 11 goals in 13 appearances across all competitions for the club this season.

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The striker is on loan at Randers from Belgian Pro League outfit KRC Genk.

Randers currently occupy fourth position on the table with 25 points from 15 matches.

Thomas Thomasberg’s side will host Vejle in their next league game after the international break.


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  • MONKEY POST 2 years ago

    Congrats bro! I know after my comment now somebody will start a call up debate now. LMAO!!!!

    • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

      Hahahahaha….those confused bunch whom hatred has vacuumed all that was housed in their skulls……LMAOooooo. Odey is the “most inform” striker at the moment, he should be called up ahead of Osimhen…..LMAOoooooo

  • Coache 2 years ago

    The reality of going to the world cup is pushing many players to redouble their efforts but the stagnancy of Father Rohr is not making the team competitive. Several players are giving their best but FR prefers Ighalo who is better than Musa.

    Since his first cap, I have seen Musa as advanced Plus Ikedia or Inamoto. Forget those flashes that pops up once a while. With over 100 caps he runs faster than the ball and has not really asserted himself as SE player. He now has weight and occupies space in the SE…..

    Anyways, the players should not forget the dangers of losing in Lagos as Rohr is inept tactically. Their houses may be burned if they mess up. Betting has now raised the stakes and the better you guys deliver, the safer.

  • Edoman 2 years ago

    If you born any player’s house in Lagos, FIFA will ban Lagos for many years from staging any organized football events in Nigeria. Wow, hatred for Ighalo has gone to that level in a city he has given so much to in his professional life. Wonder shall never end.

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