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Onazi Quits Turkish club Denizlispor For Second Time

Onazi Quits Turkish club Denizlispor For Second Time

Turkish League one club Denizlispor have announced they have parted ways with Nigeria midfielder Ogenyi Onazi, reports Completesports.com.

Onazi linked up with Denizlispor for a second spell in August but failed to make a single appearance for the club.

“Our club has parted ways with our professional player Ogenyi Onazi by mutual agreement,” the club said in a statement.

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“The professional football division and our technical team decided to part ways with Onazi as a result of their evaluation.

“The player surrendered all his receivables from our club and was released by signing the mutual termination documents.

“We thank Onazi for his services so far and wish him success in his future career.”

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  • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

    Where are the people who have “ability to spot classy player” who told us Onazi will shut us up since last year o…….LMAOooo…..same way they told us Nwakali will shut us up….LMAOOooo

    Biko come and carry your brother back to Latvia or Belarus league o…LMAOooo…..or make e go join Taiye Taiwo for Finland 3rd division……LMAOoooo.

    Released from 5th club within 2 years, yet Mr ball juggler is always rooting for him to be recalled to the SE based on tribal sentiments…..LMAOooo

    • Oakfield 2 years ago

      Lol….. The ball boy even said he was better than ndidi bla bla bla. Talking like a headless Christmas chicken. At times, I really marvel at the level of reasoning of some dudes here. Just bcs they have a personal likeness for someone, they just flung reality into the wind whilst allowing sentiments to take over. It’s very absurd. I even heard in some reports which csn carefully scraped off that it was bcs he couldn’t measure up to their playing standards that made them terminate his contract. If he were better than ndidi, why did they terminate his contract the 2nd time bcs he couldn’t meet up with set standards in a “Turkish” league for that matter???

  • Oakfield and Dr Drey, I will not sit by idly and allow you turn a living legend into a figure of mockery. I have said it severally, whether Dr Drey likes it or not, Onazi will make a return to the Super Eagles, if not for this coming Afcon but for future matches. On his day, Ndidi cannot lace the boots of Onazi. Do you think it is beans to stop mighty Didier Drogba en route lifting Afcon?

    Has Ndidi ever won Afcon? Dr Drey, don’t let me put you in your place.

    I will also have you know, Dr Drey, that Onazi remains the only ball-juggling defensive midfielder the Super Eagles ever produced in recent memory.

    Onazi is just going through hard times, similar to Ekong and Iwobi so Dr Drey, cut him some slack, will you?

    Please, bookmark this page: the day Onazi returns to the Super Eagles, you will owe me €1,000.

    Oakfield, please don’t join bad company of Dr Drey or else you as well will owe me money when Onazi returns to start benching Ndidi.

    • Oakfield 2 years ago

      Lol@deo, u just got me rolling on the floor. Lol. Don’t get me wrong brother, we are talking about current form. Onazi cannot be compared to ndidi based on the aforementioned. He has passed his prime. However, Onazi remains undoubtedly a legend of ours.

    • JimmyBall 2 years ago

      @Deo… need I say more… who don sabi… don sabi… thank God he is not injured anymore and believe me… Onazi will be back… he is a winner and a fighter! If he stays fit… he is no pushover anyday… we are waiting for the day @Dr.Drey will come off his hypocrisy to mock Ahmed Musa like he does other players who are not popular with him… an individuial who wanted to kill some of us here that Ahmed Musa past glories of years back is still good enough for him to continue suiting-up for Nigeria whether active or not… club or clubless… Lol. What a funny and hypocritical bloke!!!

      • Oakfield 2 years ago

        But his musa is actively playing top flight football while ur onazi is struggling to maintain form to the extent that his services have been deemed below par by his club. The same turkey musa is plying his trade. That’s the difference and accept it as it is. @jimy. Stop making blind arguments.. Haba!

        • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

          Hahahaha Oakfield. Small pikin no know sacrifice he call am vegetable soup. Deo is a tacitly making a caricature of that pathetical liar, and he’s here eulogizing him….LMAOooo.

          Onazi just got disposed by a Turkish 2nd division club where he’s earning $10,000 per month…the 5th time he’s getting spat out clubs in the last 2 seasons and and he is here comparing him to Musa who is playing in the top division and earning over $200,000 per month….LMAOooo.

          Onazi is better than Ndidi, Onazi will shut all of you up….LMAoooo….so says people who juggled a soccer ball 1000 times as 7 year olds…..LMAOooooo.

          The next gist we will here is that they started heading balls 3 days after birth…..LMAOooo

    • pompei 2 years ago

      Hahahahaha, Deo, when you get that $1,000, don’t forget your boy ooo.
      I must have my share 🙂 🙂 🙂

  • JimmyBall 2 years ago

    @Oakfield… funny character just like his other alias @Dr.Drey… one and the same individual… morphing murphy…Lol. Iy your comprehension has improved, I urge to read the player’s side of the story…


    Sense is free…

    • Chima E Samuels 2 years ago

      These guys are sick I wonder why you guys are still taking them seriously. People that will choose wrong over right countless times.

      • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

        Between you and your twin who keeps lying Oakfield and Dr. Drey are the same persons, who is more sick…? Who shouldnt be taken seriously…?

        At least you were there in the days of KON to know better, you can at least give him some of the sense that he claims is free so he can stop being senseless with his everybody is Dr.Drey rethorics….LMAOoooo.

    • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

      Hahahahaha…where is the sense in the link you posted…? LMAOooo. Does it says anything different from the fact that Onzai is once again clubless for the 5th time in 2 seasons….LMAOooooo..

      What sense is in quiting a club where you were playing in European competition to go play in turkish 2nd division for a club who claimed owed you money…??? What sort of senseless move is that. Which players give a professional club “discount” to join them other than a finished but desperate player.

      Was Trabzonspor and Sonderjsk also owing him money too when they both spat him out of their clubs….???

      Sense is truly free. How I wished you realized that while you were still growing because now that you are already above 40 years of age (since you claimed youve been watching football since Abidjan 84) it already seems to be too late in life for you to imbibe any. A fool/liar at 40 they say is………

  • Chima E Samuels 2 years ago

    An inform Onazi is very reliable and I doubt if he has lost his touch. It’s no coincidence that some people will always stand against good. Onazi should get a good management and he will be back and running again.

    • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

      Ndo o. Dede Doubting Thomas. You doubt Onazi has his touch…..LMAOooo. Cant you see he is heading for Man Utd to help them solve their midfield problems with his touch…LMAOoooooo…..after being release by his 5th club in 2 seasons?

  • blueto 2 years ago

    Onazi is a great player.

  • Ayphillydegreat 2 years ago

    Lmao!! Onazi is the best ball juggling defensive midfielder since slice bread. It is only when a player jugs the ball 500,000 times that determines that he can play in the EPL Lmao!! Onazi will be back for the past 4 years Lmao!! The same Turkish league where Musa is still playing is where he’s been surplus to requirements twice in the same club. No problem Onazi will be back indeed. Lmao!! Onazi that played his last real game for Nigeria pre Matudi in 2014. Some people will continue to live in fantasy land till Jesus come.

  • Ayphillydegreat 2 years ago

    This Arab Cup is so feisty and very interesting. The way this Arabas shoot from long range is like throwing a missile to the goalkeeper.

    • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

      Ayphillyde great, you see what it takes to be a true “senior man” from Youseff Belaili…?

      That ability to take matters into your own hands when things get tight on every side…these are the kind of players that bring glory to a nation.

      What do our own so-called “senior men” do when we need them the most…?

      What a strike…..what a player.

      • Ayphillydegreat 2 years ago

        Men!!! Dr. Drey that was another unbelievable missile from long range. He plays in Qatar and in all sincerity he’s been Algeria’s best player over the last few years. Maybe only Mahrez and Slimani are a bit better because they play in top 5 European leagues. But Belaili is such a talented player.

        • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

          Belaili is a very talented player who can play in any league in the world if he wishes to. Its just that most of these home-bred arabs often prefer remaining in the arab/islamic terrain where it is less westernized yet the pay is nearly at the same level as in Europe.

          Together with Bounedjha, who plays in Qatar too and once scored fifty something league goals in a season to win the FIFA golden boot for that year, those 2 guys powered Algeria to 2019 AFCON. Extremely talented and deadly players they are.

          There are even rumors Xavi wants to bring Bounedjha with him to Barca in January.

        • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

          When I look at the momentum and chemistry the north African teams have already built with their preparations and participation at this Arab Cup and the fact that we are still debating about who should leads us to AFCON, I am always tempted to laugh….LMAOOoo.

          • Chinenye 2 years ago

            I said this over a year ago that onazi has passed his prime when I saw how fat he looked. One of the commonest problems of Nigerian footballers is age cheat.it comes back to hunt them proving to you that you can’t cheat nature. This is a guy that’s supposed to be 28 for goodness sake

            However the likes of Musa is not far from Onazi’s current level. He’s still plays in Turkish league but we all know he’s decline and it’s politics that’s keeping him in the national team. There’s little or no difference in terms of current form amongst players like Musa, Ighalo and Onazi. They have all past their primes

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