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Chidiebere Nwakali Delighted To Join Polish Club Rakow Czestochowa

Chidiebere Nwakali Delighted To Join Polish Club Rakow Czestochowa

By Johnny Edward:

Nigerian midfielder Chidebere Nwakali has Polish league leaders, Rakow Czestochowa on a two-year deal from Manchester City, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.

Nwakali called time on his career at Manchester City despite having one year left on his current deal with the reigning English Premier League champions.

“It’s a fresh start and I hope to utilize it very well,” Nwakali told CSN after passing his medical at the club.

“Rakow has offered me the chance to get my career back on track after several loan spells which didn’t make me settle down well.”

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Nwakali previouusly featured for Girona, IK Start, Sodgnal, Aberdeen.

Rakow currently lead the Polish top flight division league with 17 points from six games.

COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 3
  • _ Quality will find you out _

    ‘You can’t keep a good man down’:so the saying goes.

    A footballer with strong will, determination, hard work also possessing star qualities is able to overcome obstacles, drawbacks and challenges on the way success.

    The journey to breakthrough in professional football has been far from easy for Chidiebere Nwakali.

    Five loan moves in 3 years since signing for Man City paints the the picture of career instability of the highest order!

    Sometimes, you wonder the wisdom of clubs like Liverpool and Manchester City in signing young promising African talents only to damage their morale with one loan move after another over a number of years.

    Well, I am happy for Nwakali regarding this 2 years contract with Polish second division club Raków Częstochowa.

    This move should allow the Owerri-born now 21 year old midfielder play football regularly with the platform to display his immense skills and attract interest from bigger clubs for yet again another permanent move.

    I am really hoping that the days of loan-move-after-loan-move for Chidiebere will be now be a thing of the past.

    Speaking in the article above, the U-17 world cup winner said: “Rakow has offered me the chance to get my career back on track after several loan spells which didn’t make me settle down well.”

    His skills and exquisite qualities should find him out soon enough and in no time at all, we should hope to read headlines of Nwakali signing for a high profile club in an elite league.

  • Obidee 3 months ago

    Well spoken @ Deo ..

  • Chairmanfemi 3 months ago

    Well said @Deo but Rakow is not Polish Second division club as you’ve stated in your article rather the CSN Article said Rakow are the table toppers in The Polish Top division flight.