Super Eagles legend Tells Osimhen to Stop Getting Himself into The Wrong Books

Super Eagles legend Tells Osimhen to Stop Getting Himself into The Wrong Books

  • Victor Ikpeba has urged Victor Osimhen to be of good attitude and not always in the books for wrongdoing
  • Victor Osimhen has not been having the preseason cool and the Nigerian striker has been called out many times
  • Ikpeba explained that Victor Osimhen still has a long way to go in his football career and wants him to do well

Napoli striker Victor Osimhen has been urged by former Nigerian international Victor Ikpeba to be calm on and off the pitch adding that he should not always get himself into the wrong books.

Following his disagreement with family members and training ground bust-up with teammate at Napoli in which he was asked to leave the pitch as a result of that.

The Italian giants signed Victor Osimhen because of his incredible performances while playing for Lille and he also did well last season in the Serie A even though his club did not win the title.

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Victor Osimhen, Ikpeba, Napoli.
Victor Ikpeba urges Victor Osimhen to be of good character. Photo by Cesare Purini
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According to the report on Complete Sports, Victor Ikpeba explained that Victor Osimhen needs to be careful about his action and focus more on achieving great things.

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Victor Ikpeba's advise to Victor Osimhen

“Human beings are different. I remember my time as a professional footballer many years ago, I had my personality and character. I was very outspoken but had respect for senior players.
“Osimhen is still a young guy. I don’t care what people think about me. When anything is on social media, people tend to take sides. I honestly don’t have any problem with him.''

Angry Football Fans Blast 'Racist' Napoli President for Vowing Not to Sign African Players

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how President of Italian club, Napoli, Aurelio De Laurentiis was described as racist following his decision not to sign African players unless they agree to not participate at the Nations Cup.

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The Italian giants currently having Victor Osimhen of Nigeria and Cameroon's Zambo Anguissa on their books.

But the film producer is set to cut ties with the continent with regards to player recruitment, claiming the only condition to bring African players to Napoli will be if they agree not to play at AFCON.

His comments have been met by severe objections from football fans, with many claiming he is racist. Napoli lost Senegal defender Kalidou Koulibaly to Chelsea in the summer transfer window.

Napoli lost Senegal defender Kalidou Koulibaly to Chelsea in the summer transfer window.

Source: Sports Brief News