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Osimhen Is Perfect Modern Day Striker -Gotti

Osimhen Is Perfect Modern Day Striker -Gotti

Udinese manager Luca Gotti has described Super Eagles striker, Victor Osimhen as a modern-day striker that every team will gladly have in their disposal.

Gotti stated this in an interview with Dazn per Getfootballnewsitaly, where he praised the Nigerian international for his impressive goal scoring performance for Napoli in the Serie A this ongoing season.

Recall that the Super Eagles star has scored nine goals in ten games for Napoli this season, scoring five in Serie A and another four in the Europa League.

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He compared Osimhen to Portuguese winger Beto,who also have been having brilliant performance for Udinese.

Gotti said, “Having a forward like that is different for the opponents, as he can be described as a modern-day forward,” he added.

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 6
  • Oga Pinnick. Maybe your Ighalo can perform better than Osimhen. Or maybe you know better than a experienced Coach Coaching at the highest level. Yeye sabotaging FA President.

     
  • Gowetok 1 month ago

    Osihmen must look for a way of scoring even if teams park the bus. I noticed that he cannot operate effectively whenever teams park bus for him front. E.g Napoli vs Roma : Nig vs CAR

     
    • Alley 1 month ago

      That’s normal. No Striker perform better against team that pack bus

       
    • David 1 month ago

      Oga it is the work of midfielders and wingers to create opportunity for him in tight spaces.CAR game was due to no creativity in the midfield.

       
  • It is the Job of the bench to switch formation and at times make one or two changes along side switching of formation when a team faces such situation as parking the bus. I have witnessed a coach pull his #9 with two other players and brought in one tall player and two dribblers into the mid field just to make such they make nonsense of the packed 18.

     
  • Yinkus 1 month ago

    @Gowetok and when you park bus just know too that your chances of scoring too will near zero.

    A good team will strike and defend well. When an opponent park bus like that breaking down the defence is not the work striker alone.