Stanley Eguma says his Dolphins’ strike export to Esperance of Tunisia, Emem Eduok, will blossom in the North African country’s domestic league.
The Port Harcourt based manager also said the club will on the other side benefit hugely from the player’s goals.
Eduok moved to the Tunisian club few weeks ago and made an instant statement with a hat-trick at the weekend in a game against Gammarth Soliman in a 5-0 rout.
Eguma, now on the last lap of Dolphins’ preparation ahead this weekend’s CAF Confederation Cup trip to Equatorial Guinea paid tribute to his former striker’s quality.
“That Emem Eduok scored a hat-trick for his new club, Esperance, is a thing of joy for me and all of us at Dolphins. It underscored his quality as a good striker. It shows what he’s made of. No doubt, he’ll be a good ambassador for us and the country Nigeria.”
The former U-23 National Team assistant coach added: “No doubt Esperance will benefit from his scoring ability; his goals will go a long way to help the club both in the league and the CAF Champions League.
“I believe in turn, he will also take something away from playing for the club because Esperance is a big team in Africa with track record, so playing for them will as well help his career”, Eguma said.