The article in the link below reports that Nigerian and Manchester City striker of Igbo origin Kelechi Iheanacho has been named the 10th most valueable under 21 player on earth. He has also been valued at €20.066M.
Iheanacho scored the best fluke goal and best disallowed goal in the English Premiership this season.
19-year-old Igbo striker who plays for Nigeria Kelechi Iheanacho has been named the deadliest striker in the English Premier Leagues. This according to Manchester City’s Alternative End of Season Awards which held on Thursday.
According to the Awards, the Igbo striker whose name translates to ‘what the people want’ scored a goal every 93.88 minutes, making him the deadliest striker in the English league.
Iheanacho also won the Best Fluke Goal, Best Disallowed Goal, and Best First Touch awards on Wednesday.
Congratulations Iheanacho. Last month we also told you that a UK paper named Kelechi Iheanacho Europe’s deadliest striker, ahead of Christiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
Iheanacho’s feat was probably gotten as a result of his application of the Igbo-Afro American success philosophy called Resourceful Equianoism.
Igbo football star Kelechi Iheanacho, who plies his trade with Manchester city, has been named as Éurope’s deadliest striker’. The paper say that his minute-to-goal ratio stands at 81.27 – a figure that surpasses illustrious forwards such Lionel Messi, Robert Lewandowski and Cristiano Ronaldo. Continue reading →