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Onuachu Nominated For Belgian Player Of The Year Award

Onuachu Nominated For Belgian Player Of The Year Award

Nigeria forward Paul Onuachu has been nominated for Professional Player of the Year award in Belgium, reports Completesports.com.

Onauchu enjoyed a breathtaking season with KRC Genk scorig 33 goals in 38 league appearances.

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The 26-year-old is in pole position to win the award which will be a good reward for his superb showing for the Smurfs this season.

The Nigeria international is nominated with Club Brugge’s Noa Lang (16 goals and 11 assists) and Beerschot’s Raphael Holzhauser (16 goals and 11 assists).

The winner of the individual award will be announced on Monday.

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  • He deserves it.

  • Steve 4 weeks ago

    Congratulations in advance tall man, looking forward to your move to Chelsea!!

    • Greenturf 4 weeks ago

      Chelsea are you messing??I don’t think a move to Stamford bridge is good for Onuachu.He should move to Italy or Spain.
      Should he move to Chelsea I doubt he would play ahead Timo Werner and Giroud.

  • Dr. Drey 4 weeks ago

    This one is a sure bet for the award.

  • Edoman 4 weeks ago

    Watch Onuachu, he will win the award on Monday and go on to be the best scorer for Nigeria in Cameroon and the FIFA World Cup. Has he ever play for Nigeria and doesn’t score ? Who scored the fastest Goal in the World against Egypt in Asaba ? Iheanacho, Osimhen
    and Semmy, good as they are, shall all have something to learn from this lanky Nigerian. He is going to thread where no Nigerian before him, has never been before. Take my words to the bank.