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Osimhen Has Potential To Become World Class Player – Notaro

Osimhen Has Potential To Become World Class Player – Notaro

Former Sporting Charleroi coach, Mario Notaro says he’s confident Super Eagles striker, Victor Osimhen has the ability to become a top player in the world.

Notaro, who was Osimhen’s manager at Charleroi told Radio Kiss Kiss, in an interview that the Nigerian international has an incredible quality beyond his age.

Recall that the Napoli star scored 20 goals in 36 appearances in all competitions for Charleroi before moving to Lille in Ligue 1.

However, Nataro said: “I must say that you could already see he was very strong, Napoli has taken on a striker who will assert himself a lot.

“I am convinced that he will become a top player in the world. He is truly extraordinary and has incredible quality, it is no coincidence that he is showing what he is capable of doing. “


By Augustine Akhilomen

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  • SD Special Delivery Jones 3 years ago

    True talk. Victor Osimhen is a world class striker all day long.

  • Olusegun.B. 3 years ago

    Victor Oshimen has what it takes to become the next world footballer of the year since George weah. It’s all about him working harder and smarter not only to teach that goal , but also not to rest at all but keep making more records .He should learn from Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi ,they were so consistent to the extent that the keep winning world footballer of the year awards continuously.

    • Osimhen is a modern day striker with good feet and great pace but he needs to add more muscles and weight because sometimes defenders result to bullying him physically inorder to checkmate him….I noticed it in his game against Juventus and Roma…chielini and Pellegrino where no match for him but they made sure they bullied him and neutralized his pace….he should also work on his temperament,he should ignore those hard and unfair tackles he receives, referee will do his job as long as you call his attention to it by rolling on the ground like most European players.

      • Deee1 3 years ago

        He is fine d way he is, if he adds more muscles his pace will suffer for it!!!
        That pace is his most useful weapon

      • KangA 3 years ago

        Roll the way Neymar does? So entertaining!

  • TUNDE 3 years ago


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