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Ujah Eyes More Bremen Goals, Reveals Support For Chelsea, Mayweather

Ujah Eyes More Bremen Goals, Reveals Support For Chelsea, Mayweather

By Johnny Edward and James Agberebi:


Nigerian striker Anthony Ujah has stated that he hopes to score more goals for Werder Bremen when the second half of the Bundesliga kicks off.

Ujah made this known in a question and answer session with Bremen fans on the club's official twitter handle tagged #AskTony.

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The forward has scored seven goals in 17 appearances this season but Bremen are currently in the relegation spot on 16th in the league table.

When asked about the club he supports and his favourite sports person, the former Mainz player picked English Premier League champions Chelsea and Floyd Mayweather Junior.

He also predicted that France will win this year's European Championship ahead of Germany.

Meanwhile, Bremen will take on Erzgebirge in a club friendly game on Sunday prior to the start of the second half of the Bundesliga season.

And on Sunday 24 January, they will commence their quest of avoiding relegation when they travel away to face Schalke 04.

Ujah also revealed he is learning a lot from the Claudio Pizarro who has won 19 major trophies, 17 of which was at Bayern.

"It's unbelievable playing alongside @pizarrinha (Pizzaro). I was nervous at first, but I'm learning so much from him," wrote Ujah who also told his fans on Twitter he began his career as a defender.

Ujah who joined the Green and Whites last summer is targeting a DFB Pokal Cup after helping his side advance at the expence of his former team FC Cologne.

"It was odd, but I was pleased I could help my team. The cup is very important."

"I've felt at home from the very first day here and nothing has changed since," Ujah added.

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