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I Feel Happy Signing For KAA Gent — Oladoye

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Nigeria youngster, Adewale Oladoye has completed his move to Belgian side,  KAA Gent and has expressed his elation to join the top Belgian side, Orient Sports reports.

The forward agreed his transfer from an Abuja based club side Water FC, after been caught at the Nigeria Under 20 teams where he got attention with his amazing performance.

Oladoye had earlier revealed his imminent move to KAA Gent, saying:

“I am very excited to sign for a top European club like KAA Gents. 

“They’re a side that have given many Nigerians the platform to showcase their potentials to the world. 

“I hope to remain focus and become one of the best African players in this club.”

“I think the most important thing is the seize of the club, the culture of the club, the players, the manager and obviously the fans, who make the club special”.

Oladoye will start his Euro career from KAA Gents Reserve team and a bold performance will fast track his promotion to the main team.

Iheanacho’s four goals listed for Leicester City Goal of the Month award

Super Eagles forward, Kelechi Iheanacho is in the running for Leicester City Goal of the Month (March) prize for March, Orient Sports reports.

Iheanacho has four goals up for the monthly award – efforts against Burnley and Brighton & Hove Albion, plus two of his three strikes in the 5-0 triumph over Sheffield United – as the Nigerian netted seven times in March for the Foxes.

Efforts from outside the area for Ayoze Pérez, also against the Blades, and Youri Tielemans, in the Emirates FA Cup success over Manchester United, complete the first team representation in the 10-goal shortlist.

While City’s men are third in the Premier League, LCFC Women remain top of the FA Women’s Championship after securing three crucial wins in March, leading to a trio of strikes also being nominated for the Goal of the Month prize.

Shannon O’Brien’s second in a 7-0 victory at London Bees, Esmee De Graaf’s long-range stunner later on, and Sam Tierney’s opener at Durham Women are also in contention, as well as Kasey McAteer’s effort for the Club’s Development Squad against West Ham United 

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