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Football News | May 7, 2004

Nigerian agent applauds Ghanaian footballers

OJEIKERE AIKHOJE, NIGERIA

A renowned Nigerian football agent, Kester Buzugbe, has applauded Ghanaian footballers for their approach to the game.

Buzugbe, who initiated the move which led to the presence of Okwahu United's Michael Edusei and two other Ghanaian players in Nigeria, stated this in an interview with www.ghanaweb.com, on Wednesday.

According to him: “Ghanaian players are more humble than their Nigerian counterparts. Edusei is the third Ghanaian that I'll bring to Nigeria, though the others have retuned to Ghana.”

When asked to compare the talents of players from both countries, Buzugbe replied: “Ghanaian players may not be as skillful as their Nigerian counterparts, but they are better midfielders, both attacking and defensive. On the other hand, Nigerians are better as attackers.”

Buzugbe expressed his desire to bring more Ghanaians to clubs in Nigeria's Globacom Premier League and others to the Castle Premier League in South Africa.

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