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Ex-Flying Eagles Captain Mohammed Joins Croatian Club HNK Gorica

Ex-Flying Eagles Captain Mohammed Joins Croatian Club HNK Gorica

By Johnny Edward:

Super Eagles right-back, Musa Mohammed, has teamed up with Croatian topflight club, HNK Gorica, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.

Mohammed joins the club on a three-year deal from İstanbul Basaksehir a close source revealed to CSN on Sunday.

The former Golden Eaglets and Flying Eagles captain spent the last two seasons on loan at Zeljeznicar in Bosnia and Locomotiv Plovdiv in Bulgaria.

The 21 year old is expected to be unveiled by the club on Monday it was also gathered.

Mohammed has three international caps for the Super Eagles since he made his debut against Tanzania in 2016.

COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 11
  • Another useless move by a player who have refused to improve and he is being over hyped by some miscreants element.

  • Ugwudede 3 months ago

    I really don’t know what has come over our players recently see them running further into the bush in the name joining new club and tomorrow someone would be clamouring for their inclusion into the national team. It’s a high time we jettisoned all these overseas players and use 100% home base cos it would be better.  Is Enyimba or Kano Pillar not better than these overseas clubs that our players are signing for?

    • Dr. Drey 3 months ago

      100% home based, yet your NPFL top scorer cannot pass trials in clubs in Finland and Norway. Bros…pls wake up from your slumber…!!!

    • Okeren Kelvin 3 months ago

      Stop talking and listen to yourself

  • Lol! I guess he didn’t mean it. U mean d same home base that qualified for two finals and received 4-4 goals in each finals? (Wafu and Chan). Or those that refuse qualify for knock out stages of caf champions League for many years now?. Can u name the home base player that u know that worth to be in super Eagles?

  • @Ugwudede well done o. Now name 22 players from the local clubs that can be invited to the national team if we decide to discard the present Super Eagles. All teams from Europe’s 1st-6th division can beat all our teams. Let them go there. It is by Farrrrrrrrr better that Nigerian league.

  • We should learn to respect own domestic league. Only just recently, a collection of our homebase players almost defeated Atletico Madrid.
    If not for Modric, Eyinba United will defeat Real Madrid any day.
    If Calabar Rovers play Manchester united, Calabar Rovers will win by a handsome margin.

  • @Ashy Ashy, abeg stop, stop, no let me piss with laugh. Whihc Enyimba, biko? Enyimba of 2018, abi the real one of 2003-2005? Have you watched Enyimba and Rivers United in CAF competitions lately? They make me feel ashamed.

    I can tell you boldly that whenever it comes to club football, no club in Africa fear Nigerian clubsides (in CAF competitions). I’m not even talking about clubs from Cameroun, Ghana or SA ooo. Even clubs from Rwanda, Uganda and Ethiopia are always confident of getting easy 3 points from Rivers United, Enyimba of today and other clubside. NFF should stop sponsoring them to CAF competitions. It’s a waste of funds!! They always crash out. Always — even if playing against clubs from Eritrea and South Sudan.

  • Chairmanfemi 3 months ago

    Musa Mohammed- hate him or like him. He’s a good right back anyday anytime. He’s better than Ola Aina sef. Just because Aina is England-born, some people will rate him above Musa Mohammed. Presently, Ebuehi is to be sidelined for close to 6-months. Abdulahi is also injured and no one knows how long the injury will last. They are both doubt for our next match. So, Musa Mohammed should be invited for our next match and he will definitely prove haters wrong. I just so love the way he initiates attack from the Right back and also drops back to defend when needed.