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Tunisian Giants Esperance Sign Former Home-Based Eagles Star Eduwo 

Tunisian Giants Esperance Sign Former Home-Based Eagles Star Eduwo 

Former home-based Super Eagles striker Kingsley Eduwo has joined Tunisian giants Esperance, the club have announced.

According to Esperance on their Twitter handle, Eduwo signed a two-and-half-year deal.

“Esperance recruits striker Kingsley Eduwo 🇳🇬 who played for the Emirati club Al Urooba (and CSS). Duration of the commitment 2 and a half years.

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“Welcome Kingslay! 🤝💐“

He is now teammate with compatriot and former Enyimba star Anayo Iwuala at Esperance.

During his time in the Nigeria Professional Football League(NPFL), Eduwo played for Sunshine Stars, Gateway and Lobi Stars.

In 2017 he left the NPFL and joined Tunisian top side CS Sfaxien.

He made his international debut for Nigeria in 2017 and helped the home-based Eagles qualify for the 2018 CHAN.

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  • JimmyBall 8 months ago

    This guy now… If he is Tunisian believe he will be in their national team… but for Nigeria except you the play for Europe, even though you are warming the bench and a bit-part player in such Euro club, it does not matter.

    But same Al-Ahly, CS Sfaxien, Club Africaine, Raja Casablanca and Zamalek we look down on, will contribute players to their national team that come to show our stars from Euro clubs how to shoot, tackle, outfox and put us to the sword whenever we meet them in tournaments. It is not always the case that football is all about where one plays…

    Ofcourse the level has to be a tested and tried professional verve, but often what matters is the individual fabric of these players, how balanced their game is, how tough mentality-wise they are and how they can do the simple things that are valued in a team sport that keeps the group a better unit than their individual offerings… One notion that has been cremated and buried is the whole noise about top5 League when it comes to African football. We go learn by fire by force…