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Sunday, 20 March 2016

Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger praises Jay jay Okocha's nephew Iwobi after scoring for Arsenal

Arsenal head coach, Arsene Wenger, has lavished praise on youngster and nephew to Jay Jay Okocha, Alex Iwobi, after the Nigerian International scored his first premier league goal against Everton last night.

After a good performance against Barcelona in the mid-week champions league fixture, Iwobi scored a goal in the 42nd minute in Saturday's win over Everton and Wenger was quick to praise his passionate display.


“He’s an intelligent boy who loves football. He’s very passionate about the game and keen to learn. Very hungry as well,”Wenger told reporters. “I took him in training at the beginning of pre-season and I liked what he did. “After that he improved very quickly with the first team and months after months he developed very well, and that’s why I integrated him and played him.” Iwobi will head to Kaduna this weekend to link up with his international teammates ahead of the African Cup of Nations qualifiers against Egypt.

33 comments:

AbokiDaWarriBoy said...

Iwobi,keep it up,the sky is ur limit.

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Well deserved


...merited happiness

Debbie Chelsea said...

Iwobi played well, but he is still not matured on the ball

Preety said...

Cool.







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Emilo News said...

wow....nice one

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christie benjamin said...

Like ol' men that appreciates young talents....good one ol' man!

Richmond Ichemati said...

Good for him I hope he continues to develop into a super star!
















#saynototribalismandyestoonenigeria

STERN said...

ARSENAL THE FLOP TEAM. What are you praising the poor boy for..not like your team will ever lift any cup in any sEason. DEAD CLUB.

daniela desmond said...

Cool...

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Pearlie said...

Good
It runs in the blood

Adenike Bamigboye said...

Am proud of him, but Arsenal sha

Juliet Iwuno said...

Go boy! The sky would be your stepping stone. Linda take note!

Ann Anthony said...

Nice one

Ogbewe Godfrey said...

Nice one, so hope still day Niger

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Very good

Richard Afon YinkΓ₯ said...

πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ iwobi, how I wish he is manchester united product



#reeshahr

Ibekwe Chidimma said...

Congrats.

Lukman said...

I know you are a fucking Chelsea Fan! Go and jump inside the lagoon!

Ogbukwa Blessing said...

Cool

Nonso Anyaegbuna said...

I don't think Iwobi and Jay Jay are related. Iwobi is from Onitsha in Anambra state while Jay Jay is from Delta state. Don't think they are nephews.

Anonymous said...

Gud 1.....wish him d best

the voice said...

Iwobi is showing immense promise absolutely fantastic for our National team.

Di Mateo Xavie said...

He improves by the day

Anonymous said...

They could be related matally

Vivian Reginalds said...

Aww
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

sassylisle said...

its in the blood yhu knw

GREAtson Vieriche CJ said...

Great match he played! I was so happy for his goal. Btw how related is Iwobi to Okocha?

Anonymous said...

I'm from Imo and I have a niece from Kaduna... Does that make any sense to U? Hoping u even know the meaning of a nephew and niece

LIB PIKIN said...

That's why he (Arsene Wenger) added that he's keen and eager to learn. That will make him mature...or don't u think so??

Anonymous said...

Abeg, make eim come Nigeria whether we fit date even marry sef...lol!

Daval8 said...

Chia English

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