Monday, 22 October 2012


More facts have emerged for the invitation of Nigerian born Rosenborg attacker, John Chibuike whom his international allegiance has been imbalance, and reports in recent weeks had claimed that the talented player could end up playing for Sweden.

And according to information revealed to us by top officials in the Nigeria Football Federation disclosed that the Super Eagles coach could invite the 23-year-old utility player for the international friendly match against Venezuela in Miami on November 14, in United State of America.

Unarguably, Chibuike possess the qualities to braze up the shaky Super Eagles midfield ahead of the 2013 Nations Cup in South Africa as Keshi aims to win the most prestigous african trophy as a coach.

"The truth is that Keshi cannot invite all Nigerian players in europe, we all know that some of our players are playing very well for their club sides but they cannot all be here at the same time. Keshi working and we are supporting him, he knows the best player who can fit his plan and our own is to support him and motivate the team for victory," the sourcce explained in a telephone chat.

"Well, I don't know if he will invite new players and if he will invite, that could be John Chibuike who plays in Norway for Rosenborg," he continued.

"I read when Keshi replied him to wait for his time in Eagles and not to play for Sweden even while some reports claimed that he's not eligible yet, inviting him to play could end the speculations."

"And my advise for the young man is that he should wait for his time even if Keshi don't call him now, we have heard good performances of him and should wait to come and give his best for Nigeria."

The former Enugu Rangers played  for 90 minutes last Friday to inspired his team to the top of the league table.
"Helping Rosenborg to win the league is on my mind for now, I am enjoying perfect games here and I hope to keep helping the team to more victories."

"The last vitory will spur us more to beat Metalist on Thursday to secure our chances of qualification."

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