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Esperance striker Emem Eduok targets move to Europe

12 August 2015, 18:21

Tunis - Emem Eduok has refused to write off the chances of Esperance qualifying for the semi - finals of the CAF Confederation Cup.

However, the Blood and Gold are in a precarious position in Group A despite their 1 - 0 away win over Stade Malien, with Eduok scoring the match winner in the 27th minute.

''If we can win the remaining two matches, we can qualify for the semi-finals,'' said Emem Eduok to news24.

''I don't blame anyone for where we find ourselves now because this is football and it's unpredictable, so we have to forget about the past and face the future.''

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One month before the close of the summer transfer market in Tunisia, the former Flying Eagles striker has not ruled out a possible departure from Esperance but has set a lofty target he hopes to achieve if his dream of playing in Europe does not come to pass in this window.

''I'm still praying about leaving this summer, soonest everyone will know about it. I want to move to Europe so I have to work harder to attract offers.

''My target is to win the highest goalscorer award which is very possible, and to also help the team to win the league, I mean the Championship,'' Emem Eduok added.

A product of Dolphins of Port Harcourt, Emem Eduok still has a contract with Esperance until June 30, 2018.

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