Important Speedster Akin Amoo Mutually Terminates His 3-year Contract In Cyprus

Former Hammarby IF winger Akin Amoo will no longer continue at Cypriot outfit Omonia Nicosia; reports.

Akin Amoo is now a free agent after mutually terminating his three-year contract with Omonia Nicosia with just seven months into the contract.

Akin Amoo terminates Omonia Nicosia contract

Amoo, a former Golden Eaglets winger, had joined Omonia Nicosia last September; signing a three-year contract with the club.

Akin Amoo leaves Cyprus club Omonia Nicosia.
Akin Amoo in action for Omonia Nicosia.

During his time with the Cypriot club, the 21-year-old former FC Copenhagen playmaker made five appearances but however failed to find the back of the net in any of those appearances.

The Super Eagles Invitee before his departure from Denmark got entangled in a legal battle after he was accused of raping a lady.

The Nigerian player had previous stints with Hammarby IF in Sweden and FC Copenhagen in Denmark.

Recall Akin Amoo gained recognition on the international stage after being part of the Nigeria U-17 squad that participated in the 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Tanzania.

Also, in the same year, he was also part of the Golden Eaglets team at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Brazil.

In another news, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has denied speculations that it recruited it’s Technical Director Austin Egueavoen as Super Eagles interim coach.

NFF explains coaches and players owed salaries and allowances
Augustine Egueavoen

Speculations spread that the NFF has placed Austin as head coach following the exit of José Peseiro. But the NFF has debunked the speculations, saying it’s all false.

 “There’s nothing for  Eguavoen as far as I know,  and, in fact, nobody ever mentioned him in any capacity for the Super Eagles,” a source told The Nationonline.

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According to the source, those thrusting  Eguavoen forward for the job are only jokers.

Also in another story, Flying Eagles head coach Isah Ladan Bosso has selected Goalkeeper Nathaniel Nwosu, midfielder Daniel Daga and 18 other players for the upcoming All African Games (AAG).

The Flying Eagles players for the 13th All African Games (AAG) are the following:

Goalkeepers: Nathaniel Nwosu, Clinton Ezekiel, Samuel James

Defenders: Daniel Bameyi, Ibrahim Abdullahi, Oladapo Akintola, Godwin Sampson, Haruna Aliyu, Rabiu Abdullahi

Midfielders: Daniel Daga, Favour Izuogu, Auwal Ibrahim, Yinka Oladunjoye, Sulaiman Idris

Forwards: Kehinde Ibrahim, Charles Agada, Nasir Muhammed, Sunday Joseph, Olalekan Ibrahim, Sadiq Isiyaka

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