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CHAN Eagle Ifeanyi Seals 3-Year Es Setif Deal

CHAN Eagle Ifeanyi Seals 3-Year Es Setif Deal

Nigerian midfielder Ifeanyi Ifeanyi has signed a three year deal with Algerian giants,Es Setif, reports Completesports.com.

Ifeanyi who spent five years with the 2017 Aiteo Cup Champions, Akwa United opted against a contract renewal with the Promise Keepers which paved way for him to join the eight-time Algerian Ligue 1 champions.

“It was a big risk opting not to sign a new deal with Akwa United because as at that time, I was recuperating from a thigh injury,” Ifeanyi fondly known as Adibe by his admirers told Completesports.com.

“It’s a new adventure for me and I’m ready for the challenges that comes with it.”

Es Setif are currently fourth in the Algerian Ligue 1. They will face A Bou Saada in an Algerian Cup clash on Tuesday.

Ifeanyi previously featured for Mountain Of Fire Ministries Football Club of Lagos before joining Akwa United.

The 25 year old represented Nigeria at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand in 2013 and the Super Eagles B team at the 2018 West African Football Union (WAFU) tournament in Ghana and the 2018 African Nations Championship.

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 3
  • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

    I wont be surprised if somebody starts yelling around the place about this guy being invited to the SE, based SOLELY on his performance at previous U17 or U20 world cups. Someone who can include footballers who have been inactive for 2 years in his fantastic XI is capable of anything. And latter they will brag about being the only ones who know football.

     
  • Dr. Drey 2 years ago

    Kinsley sokari, Chisom chikatara, Osaguona, Bernard Bulbwa, Jude Aneke, Junior Ajayi…..Now ifeanyi ifeanyi and Junior Lokosa.
    North Africa is fast becoming a burial ground for talents from the local league.

     
    • Chisom Chikatara (aka Kolanut boy)
      Kai Dr Drey, you reminded me of a one-time true prospect.

      Quick, direct, incisive, dangerous, lethal ; one of the brightest homebased striker I ever saw and perhaps one of the few bright sparks of Oliseh’s rambling reign as Super Eagles gaffer.

      Shame Chikatara’s career nosedived after going to North Africa.

      Kolanut Boy:

      https://youtu.be/21fNnF2538E