Breaking! Complete Player Rilwan Oniyide Secures Lucrative Iraqi Deal

Rilwan Oniyide moves to Iraqi League from Nigerian club.

Nigeria football academy Imperial Football Club has announced the departure of its graduate Rilwan Oniyide reports.

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Rilwan Oniyide agreed to terms and having passed his medicals, signed for Al Hussain Sport Club, Iraq, competing in the Iraq Division 1.

Before the lucrative deal abroad came knocking at his door, the academy graduate has had loan spells with a couple of local clubs including Stationary stores, Otasolo FC, and Crown fc.

A very dogged, stylish and energetic rock-solid defender from henceforth,would be plying his trade in the Iraqi Division 1 league.

Al-Hussein Sports Club  is an Iraqi professional football club based in Baghdad. Theyl Iraqi giants were crowned champions of the 2015/2016 Iraq Division One season. And that earned them a promotion to the Iraqi Premier League for the first time in their history.

The teenage defender, will now employ his strength, doggedness and resilience ability as he fights to move his team forward.

According to an Imperial Football club statement on Twitter (now X), details of the deal which may include his transfer fee, and duration of the contract wasn’t revealed at the time of this report.

Rilwan Oniyide moves to Iraqi League from Nigerian club.
Rilwan Oniyide

The Nigerian football club also took out time to wish the player the best in his new found adventure.

Rilwan Oniyide joins Iraqi Division One Club

“We at Imperial Football Club wishes Rilwan Oniyide the very best in this new chapter,” a club’s statement read partly.

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In a related story, at least seven Flying Eagles players have secured lucrative moves to European clubs. Some of the players include, Emmanuel Uchegbu(AS Trencin, Slovakia), Ogbelu Onuche(Esperance De Tunis, Tunisia), Solomon Agbalaka(PFC Sochi, Russia), Jude Sunday(AS Trencin, Slovakia), Samson Lawal(FC Livingston, Scotland), Haliru Sarki(Qatar), Salim Fago Lawal(NK Istra, Croatia) etc.

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