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INTERVIEW: Former Super Eagles Goalkeeper, Dele Aiyenugba, A Great Leader At Kwara United- Sodiq Alamoyo

INTERVIEW: Former Super Eagles Goalkeeper, Dele Aiyenugba, A

Sodiq Alamoyo

AbdulRasaq Sodiq Alamoyo is a Nigerian footballer currently with Niger Tornadoes, on loan from Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) title-chasers, Kwara United.

Alamoyo, a homegrown talent plays as a striker.

His football career started at Super United of Kwara State, North-Central Nigeria. He also played for Barriers Football Club of Ilorin.

In this brief exclusive chat with AllNews, Alamoyo who departed the Harmony Boys tentatively on July 1, 2020, is not giving up on his dream of playing in Europe.

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What can you say about Dele Aiyenugba, the experienced goalkeeper in the Kwara United team with whom you have shared dressing room?

Dele Aiyenugba

Dele Aiyenugba is an experienced goalkeeper, no doubt. Plus he is a great leader, who is always giving us morale and advice.

Your comments about Lucas Alves, the Brazilian winger of Kwara United?

Lucas Alves

Alves is a brilliant attacker. He is a humble person too; every one of us admire him.

Where do you see yourself in the next five years?

I am always working hard, and I see myself in Europe very soon.

Sodiq Alamoyo

Sodiq Alamoyo

Alamoyo's parent club, Kwara United are currently 5th on the NPFL log, five points adrift of Akwa United who are the league-leaders.

Kwara United host Jigawa Golden Stars on Sunday at Kwara State Stadium, before travelling to Nnewi in Anambra State four days later to confront Ifeanyi Ubah F.C.


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