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Udojie Makes Premier League Team Of The Week

Udojie Makes Premier League Team Of The Week

Italy-born Nigerian defender Destiny Udogie was included in the Premier League Team of the Week.

The Team of the Week was compiled by legendary England striker Alan Shearer and published on the Premier League X handle (formerly Twitter).

Udojie was in superb form for Tottenham Hotspur, who secured an impressive 2-0 win away to Bournemouth.

The 20-year-old left-back marked his performance with an assist for Spurs’ second goal scored by Dejan Kulusevski.

The game against Bournemouth was Udojie’s third for Spurs who are third on the log.

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On 3 September 2021 Udogie made his debut with the Italy U21 squad, playing as a starter in the qualifyingmatch won 3–0 against Luxembourg.

He developed in the Hellas Verona youth system, and made his Serie A debut on 8 November 2020, in a 2–2 draw away to Milan.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 7
  • MONKEY POST 8 months ago

    GENERAL ROAR would have CONVINCED this guy to PLAY for the SE if HE was still in CHARGE…

    • Imoh Sunday 8 months ago

      You are absolutely right……this coach is after readymade players. He’s not particularly about building this team sincerely

      • @Imoh Sunday Lol you say this coach is after ready made players I laugh in Hebru.. LOOOOOOL!. Tell me which ready made player is performing better than Destiny Udojie in SE?… Lol.

        Destiny is also versatile and can play Moses Simon Position better than Moses Simon if NFF and that Coach pesiro are serious but they are not. Peseiro is a desparate coach who is dancing to the tune of clueless and self gratifying NFF officials because he wants to keep his job and remain employed. We are in a very bad catch 22 here exactly the place we fans feared we would be when Pinnick was forced out.

        Look Nigerian Football is doomed and it will be even clearer when the Sao Tome list is released.

        PS @MONKEY POST Rohr is not the answer he was also dancing to the Tune of NFF before he was dismissed.

        These Coaches if they are smart will just use Nigeria Super Eagles to create awareness for themselves because only us Nigerians care enough to know what is happening inside our Football Admin other Africans just see the name Super Eagles and it is a good exposure for them so they will dance to the tune of NFF and Perform as mediocre as the NFF allows them with all the interfering when they get sacked a team like Togo, or Bennin or Cape Verde will still offer them a job because at the end of the day they coached Super Eagles. But we the fans know that they were not allowed to take SE to the full potential that SE can reach because of our Evil NFF administration

      • MONKEY POST 8 months ago

        Thank you my Brother! @IMOH SUNDAY. Just like GENERAL ROAR gave SENIOR TEAM OPPORTUNITY to the likes of OKOYE, UZOHO, CHIDERA EJUKE, OSIMHEN, ONUACHU, DESSERS etc when they were very much YOUNG, HUNGRY and RELATIVELY UNKNOWN. He would have done the same thing to UDOGIE to showcase himself and if he impresses then the rest like the say is history

        @UGO you are still saying the same thing IMOH pointed out…

      • MONKEY POST 8 months ago

        Oops and I even forgot to mention Samuel CHUKWUEZE. It was GENERAL ROAR that gave him his first se opportunity.

        • Helius 8 months ago

          U and dis ur general roar,no tok am 4 chima face o or else…. anyway make I dey go sha wise man na one word him need

    • Convince him then call him up and bench him for Shehu at left back or Collins at left back…..lolz……How many times did he field Bassey after convincing him?…..Why didn’t rhor field Eze when Eze was in his camp?…..Abeg rest for this your Rhor matter joor

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