The 3 Super Eagles Stars Who Are Without A Club At The Moment
Nigeria is undoubtedly one of the best footballing nations in Africa and even in the world.
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The country produced great players, who have featured at the highest level of World football, like the African Cup of Nations and FIFA World Cup.
However, while some of are still waxing strong in the game, some faded into oblivion and now without a club.
I will be discussing some players who represented Nigeria at the FIFA World Cup, but are now without a Club.
Michael Babatunde :
Babatunde, was a surprise inclusion in the Super Eagles squad to the 2014 World Cup and emerged as a key player, starting two of Nigeria’s four matches in Brazil.
After the World Cup, Babatunde played for Club in Ukraine, Qatar, Morocco, and Israel.
He last played Wydad AC in Morocco, and he has been without a team since he was released in 2019.
Goffery Oboabona :
The former Sunshine Stars of Akure defender, Godfrey Oboabona, was another member of Super Eagles squad to the 2014 World Cup who is without a club at the moment.
He played in all Super Eagles matches in 2014 World Cup in Brazil and went on to sign for Carkur Rizespor in Turkey.
He later left the team for Al Ahli FC of Saudi Arabia and signed a year deal worth €1.8m . However, he failed to live up to expectations and was later released.
He went to join FC Gorica in Croatia, before heading to Dinamo Batumi FC, which happened to be his last team.
The defender’s effort to return to club football hit the rock after he was rejected by Yanga FC of Tanzania.
According to reports, Oboabona is back in Akure, and he’s searching for a new club.
John Ogu :
John Ogu was a member of Super Eagles squad to 2018 FIFA World Cup
Ogu played professional football in Slovenia, Portugal, Spain, and Israel.
Ogu’s problems started after leaving Israeli side Hapoe Be’er in 2019. The club offered him a new deal, but he rejected it, and the decision turned out to be beginning of his downfall.
Ogu was without a team for six months, but he later signed a short-term deal with Saudi Arabian side Al-Adalah FC.
The Club was relegated to the second division and Ogu was asked to leave three months into the deal. He’s currently in Lagos, training on his own.
He also trained with the Super Eagles at the Teslim Balogun Stadium last week Friday.