Daily Trust (Abuja)

3 August 2012

Nigeria: Imenger Jnr Signs Deal in Sweden

Former Kwara United and Super Eagles forward, Nanen Barnabas Imenger has signed a contract with a Swedish second division club, Trellebor FF.

Disclosing this to Trustsport yesterday in a telephone interview, the product of Kwara State Football Academy, KFA, said he is happy with what he described as a major breakthrough in his career.

He said he has since settled down in the ambitious club and is waiting for the season to resume from its present break.

Imenger junior who hit a brace for Kwara United against Sharks before jetting out of the country, said he would add value to his new club.

The youngster who had his debut for the Super Eagles against Angola in Abuja said his latest move has brightened his chances of becoming an integral member of the senior national team.

"I have just signed for Trelleborg FF FC in Sweden. I have an agent who diligently handled the deal. He made sure I signed the right contract.

"I am very happy with this move. It is a big break for me. Now I can settle down and play for the Super Eagles. In addition, I am sure it would help boost my chances.

"I am currently training and waiting for the second half of the league to commence. I want to make quick impact in the club", he said.

His father, Barnabas Imenger, a former Super Eagles striker thanked God for his son's success so far.

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