Exclusive: 2023 AFCONQ: Adeleye, Not Uzoho Should Be Eagles No. 1 Goalkeeper Against Sao Tome –Aikhoumogbe

Former Nigerian goalkeeper, Andrew Aikhoumogbe, has made it clear that Adebayo Adeleye should remain in the Super Eagles goal post ahead of Francis Uzoho against Sao Tome in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. Aikhoumogbe is impressed with Adeleye’s performance and is calling on the technical crew to give him another opportunity to showcase his skills.

Adeleye, who plays for Hapoel Jerusalem, made his debut against Sierra Leone and proved his worth despite conceding two goals in Nigeria’s 3-2 win. His composure and aerial ability were some of the aspects that caught Aikhoumogbe’s attention, and he believes that Adeleye will give the likes of Uzoho and Okoye a run for their money in the team.

In the world of sports, goalkeepers are the last line of defense, and their performance can make or break a team’s chances of winning. Adeleye’s impressive debut has put him on the radar of the technical crew, and Aikhoumogbe’s endorsement shows that he is a player to watch out for in the future.

The Africa Cup of Nations is one of the most prestigious tournaments in African football, and Nigeria will be looking to make a statement in the qualifiers. With Adeleye in the goal post, the Super Eagles will have a solid defense that can withstand any attack. His performance against Sierra Leone has earned him a spot in the team, and he will be looking to prove his worth against Sao Tome.

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In conclusion, Aikhoumogbe’s endorsement of Adeleye is a testament to his skills as a goalkeeper. Adeleye’s impressive debut has shown that he has what it takes to be the Super Eagles’ number one goalkeeper. As the team prepares for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, Adeleye will be looking to cement his place in the team and help Nigeria lift the trophy.

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