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UEFA Hails Ex-MFM Star Odey’s Impact At Danish Club Randers 

UEFA Hails Ex-MFM Star Odey’s Impact At Danish Club Randers 

Europe’s football governing body UEFA has praised former MFM striker Stephen Odey, following his impressive form in front of goal for Danish first division side Randers.

Odey, who is on loan from Belgian outfit Genk, has been prolific for Randers.


He was on target in the 2-1 away win against OB in the Danish SuperLiga on Sunday.

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It took his tally in the league to four goals, bringing his total to seven in nine outings in all competitions for Randers so far.

And commenting on his form, UEFA wrote on their Conference League Twitter handle:”What a start to life at Randers! 

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“Stephen Odey has scored 7 goals in 9 games (all competitions) since joining on loan.”

By James Agberebi 

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  • Dr. Drey 1 year ago

    Hehehehe…. Ayua…!!

    Where are our town criers to come and ask why and how Stephen Odey isnt getting called up to the SE…..LMAOOOooo.

    Ndi “he deserves a callup ahead of Osimhen”…over to una….LMAOOoo.

    20 CFs must be invited to the national team all the time….LMAOooo

  • Polo 1 year ago


  • Charles 1 year ago

    Symptoms of confusion, don’t worry.

  • Saturday Ehimen 1 year ago

    Certain quarter will soon change handle, watch out!

  • Odey’s story should show to everyone how low our domestic league has decended……Odey was A very hot prospect in the NPFL and people where predicting a smooth ride for him in Europe but look how hard it is for Odey to find his feet in Europe…….We need to do something urgently to salvage the NPFL from destruction…… Because in any country the league is supposed to produce the best players but in Nigeria that is not the case as most SE players didn’t even play our league……. Osimhen Iwobi Simon Kalu Ndidi Aina Chukwueze Aribo Okoye Ebuehi Collins Balogun Ekong Awaziem Awoniyi Onyeka Iheanacho Moffi the list is countless…….None of this players had a taste of our domestic league and that says alot about the league we called NPFL.

    • Dr. Drey 1 year ago

      “…There are MANY TALENTS in our league…” LMAOOOoo