Nigerians Making Inroads In European Soccer

While Nigeria's Nneke Ede has become the first woman from that country to buy a European soccer club, the 108-year-old Portugese outfit Lusitanio Ginasio Clube, Nigerian soccer coach Emmanuel Egbo has made inroads by leading his team KF Tirana to win the 2019/20 Albania League title. Let's see what else Nigerian coaches and soccer players can pull off as they make Europe their playground - this as all eyes turn to Victor Osimhen who is in the process of transferring from French club Lille, to Italian club Napoli.         

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