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Spanish Segunda: Nwakali Scores Again In Relegation Threatened Alcorcon’s Home Defeat 

Spanish Segunda: Nwakali Scores Again In Relegation Threatened Alcorcon’s Home Defeat 

Kelechi Nwakali once again found the back of the net but ended on the losing side as relegation threatened Alcorcon were beaten 2-1 by visiting Leganes, in the Spanish Segunda (second division) on Sunday, Completesports.com reports.

Nwakali, who is on loan to Alcorcon from Huesca, has now scored a goal in each of his last three games.

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Also, he has scored four goals in 13 appearances for Alcorcon in the Spanish second-tier.

He opened scoring for his side just nine minutes into the encounter when he converted from the penalty spot.

The defeat leaves Alcorcon in 19th position  (relegation zone) on 38 points in the 22-team league table with six games left to play in the campaign.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Omo9ja 3 months ago

    Nwakali is the real deal instead of NFF and Oga Rohr begging Eze and co to come and play for Nigeria.

    Our world class coach won’t say anything or few words if our full citizens players doing well but half German and half this, half that and half somethings are the gold in front of the coach.

    Can I call that racist or what?

    This Nwakali didn’t make the last world cup upon his performance against the first team of Monaco or so and he even scored a wonderful freekick in that match.

    He has been doing well before that friendly match. Tilll today, the coach having seen nothing good about Nwakali while Oga Rohr still chasing down Eze and I like that Eze, he keeps telling the coach and NFF the bitter truth that he’s still thinking about representing Nigeria. What a shame and wasting of time is that? That is very disrespectful to Nigeria.

    Assuming that Oga had his own squad ready for that tournament in Russia, after the world cup, he knew that Mikel would quit the team after Afcon but still, he didn’t considered Nwakali a valuable player to replace Mikel until Aribo and co joined Eagles.

    Upon having his best team in that tournament, Super Eagles did not make it out of the team so, what is the point?

    Before you angry with yourself again because I’m pin pointing the truth here today, ask yourself why is it taking the gaffer so long to build Super Eagles this far and why waiting for half/Nigerian players before he can build us a team?

    The coach claim he knows Simy’s quality but he did not allow him to play at the world and after the world cup but now he said he still watching him and his fans didn’t see nothing wrong in that and whoever that calling the gaffer’s attention to his mistakes, they, his fans will call the person anti Rohr.

    What is going on here ķę?

    As I said above, may God spare our lives till during the world cup qualifiers and beyond, I’m expecting Simy, Sadiq, Dessers and other our talented players to prosecute the world cup qualifiers. If I don’t see that happening then, we patriotic Nigerians have to run the rules again.

    And also, Nwakali is a freekicks specialist, do we have any of his quality in Oga Rohr’s team?

    Just name one player that really good at scoring freekicks.

    Nwakali is the missing link in that team not Eze.

    Nwakali is play maker. Very intelligent, unique and smart.

    Does it worth it to be begging players abroad to play for Nigeria while we have young quality players that are capable of doing wonderfully well with the Super Eagles?

    The coach also said there’s no room for new players but he is still looking for Eze?

    What can we can that? They are saying that I, omo9ja can’t do without complaining about Oga Rohr but is what I’m saying does not make any sense?

    Ah, by the time I’m fully ready for you Oga Rohr followers and the gaffer himself including NFF, Nigerians we thank me on your behalf.

    As long as you have quality that Super Eagles can tap from as a player, you have my back 100%. Hmm. God bless Nigeria!!!

     
  • Ako AMADI 3 months ago

    Nigeria must not give up on Kelechi Nwakali. Gernot Rohr likes big men all over the place. But soccer intelligence is not found in muscles but in the brain.

     
  • JimmyBall 3 months ago

    God is still saying something about this young man… most certainly, he has learnt his lessons and he is spurred by the fact Super Eagles could still use a traditional number 10. As it stands we are still in search, he should just maintain regular football for another season and he will be in the elite division that his talent has always begged… DRY BONES SHALL RISE AGAIN!

     
  • Samchi 3 months ago

    https://lkphx.net/ttBv

    Nwakali’s coach built his around him, substituted every single player in the midfield, leaving him to continue dictating how the game would be played in the middle of the pitch.

     
  • Barth 3 months ago

    Nwakali is a gifted player, no doubt about that but as it stands now, he may find it very difficult to break into SE squad, if all the offensive midfielders completed their switch, I mean Ejaria, Olise even Eze, there will be problem. Rohr rates these players above him for now. And meanwhile, Aribo and iwobi is still much ahead of him and are still very young too. I pray kelechi Nwakali doesn’t go up in the air like his brother chidiebere Nwakali. Two good defensive and offensive players but club choices/managerial problems really are their greatest undoing!.

     
  • JimmyBall 3 months ago

    … There is always a mysterious fascination Nigerians have for anything foreign. Gifted players who came up in Nigeria often have a certain glitz and grit to their game compared to the ones raised and tutored abroad. Nwakali is not exactly ready yet… he will need another full season of regular football and progress to make before anyone, even his ardent fans can hope for any mention of his name… at the moment he plays at the same division with Olise and Ejaria. Who knows by January next year he could be playing La Liga again, and maybe this time for another more ambitious team where he may just manage to assert himself better… I will be praying for him and hope he keeps his focus and hardwork. We are still in search of a real playmaker… no one should kid about that!