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Belgium Division II Football Club Signs Nigerian-Born Ebobo Erijoh

Prince Erijoh Ebobo Enahoro Jnr. in a handshake with KFCT official after the transfer agreement

 

Nigerian-born Netherlands based footballer,  Prince Erijoh Ebobo Enahoro Jnr. has been signed into a Division II club side in Belgium.

The one year renewable contract with KFC Turnhout perfected on 30th April, 2018.

Ebobo, who hailed from Avaira in Isoko South Council area of Delta state has net over 18 goals for his former club this season.

His new club, KFCT in a post on its Facebook page expressed delight for the top transfer with Junior Ebobo.

The dynamic players, who is 25 years was a former player of Espenranza Pelt where he made 18 goals this season prior to the transfer.

Ebobo, who resides in Tilburg, The Netherlands told BigPen Online in an electronics email that he started his professional football carrier in the academicals of NAC Breda in Division I, The Netherlands.

“I have also played in other professional teams like KFC Lille and Esperanza Pelt where I emerged the top goal scorer in that Division in Belgium league in this just concluded football season”, he said.

He said that he was shortlisted for the 2016 China Olympics to represent Nigeria in Football but could not make it as it coincided with his final exams at the (Sports & Movement) High school of Tilburg, The Netherands.

He is currently working very hard to earn a Jersey in the Nigerian National Team – Super Eagles in the very near future.

Written by Joe Ogbodu