The English Premiership is the biggest sports event in the sporting event, the global audience scattering across the globe. There are now 20 teams that are expected to play 38 games, each containing 380 games between August and May each year.
The English Premiership has seen the influx of non-British nationals, especially Nigerians, in recent years. Their positive influence can not be properly taken into account, given that it is still one of the greatest strengths of world football. Below is the profile of the most important Nigerian footballers who are trading in English Premier League clubs.
- Dickson Etuhu
Dickson Etuhu attacking midfielder Fulham football club in England. As an integral part of the first team, he helped the club to reach the European Cup final in 2009, where he spunly lost Athletico Madrid Spain.
He is a member of the Nigerian national team – Nigeria Super Eagles. It is interesting to note that Dickson Etuhu participated in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, which was received by South Africa and was fairly good.
- Victor Anichebe
This Everton offensive maestro has always been a key member of the David Moyes team until the 2010 FIFA World Cup accumulated in Nigeria prevented its development. He was a member of the Silver Winning 2008 Olympic Team, representing Nigeria in Beijing. Victor Anichebe has been widely used in the last three seasons, as famous stars are present such as Luis Saha and Yakubu Aiyegbeni on the Everton Front.
- Yakubu Aiyegbeni
Wanting or hating, Yakubu Aiyegbeni describes the statement between the stars of the English Premier League in Nice. Earlier he played for Portsmouth FC and Middlesbrough. Everton's appearance in the 2010/2011 season was limited to the bench.
Yakubu gained the anger of the Nigerians at the last FIFA World Cup when Nigeria defeated third and final match with South Korea in most races. Despite the fact that he was sentenced in the same match later, the Nigerians came home and did not give him a miss who was likely to see Nigeria at the next round of the World Cup.
- Osendo Odewengie won the language in 2010 when he left the Russian Club Lokomotiv Moscow on the Premiership side at West Bromwich Albion in 2010. The Premiership was immediately revealed, as it was a serious victory for Arsenal, Newcastle United and West Ham United. Osaze, whose father was a Nigerian and Mother Russian, decided to play the Super Eagles and chose the 2004 African Nations Cup, where he won a spear in South Africa in one of the group matches. He also won the Olympic team at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, and has recently played at the 2010 FIFA World Cup where Nigeria was awarded the first round.
- Obinna Nsofor
Obinna Nsofor is a striker on England's Premiership side at West Ham United. He currently leases Inter Milan on his Italian side, where he has been in the last three seasons. Malaga FC also borrowed in Spain.
Source by SBOBET