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John Ogu Signs For Saudi Arabian Side, Club Aladalah

John Ogu Signs For Saudi Arabian Side, Club Aladalah
John Ogu Signs For Saudi Arabian Side, Club Aladalah

Super Eagles midfielder, John Ogu has finally landed himself a club, as he announced that he has signed for a Saudi Arabian club side, Club Aladalah.

John Ogu who has been a free agent since leaving Ligat Ha’Al side Hapoel Be’er Sheva in 2019, posted a photo of his unveiling at the club, with his agent and board members of the club on Friday night.

Taking to his Instagram page, the 31-year-old player posted photos with a caption thanking his new club, and agent for making the move happen. He said:

“After the crazy 6 months out not doing what I loved to do best,I’m delighted and please to announced that I have signed for football club @aladalahclub in Saudi League . I’m grateful to God for this opportunity to represent this club in a tough time of such this season . I promise to give my all and push through to help the club remain in the league come Next season. Thank you to Agent @haythemheni0 for pulling this deal . Big shout out to a friend and brother @daddygee12 for also helping me out . Now is time to Work and bring that craziness to the Saudi League . I so much Appreciate all my family, friends and fans who stood by me during my absent. THANK YOU GUYS 👍”, he said.

John Ogu who has been updating fans on his Instagram about his fight to secure a club and get  back to playing professional football again, had previously trained with the club, which was a tryout, before he was finally signed.

Congratulations to him on the new job!

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