London - Nigeria international striker, Brown Ideye says he required bodyguards to guarantee his safety during the three years he spent in Ukraine playing for Dynamo Kiev, Supersport reports.
The 26-year-old scored 33 goals in 74 games for the 13-time Ukrainian champions between 2011 and 2014.
Despite recording remarkable success on the pitch, Ideye revealed that life away from the pitch in Ukraine was pretty complicated.
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“I had a meeting with the Dynamo Kiev president and he assured me that every player would have security - especially us foreign boys,” Ideye told www.mirror.co.uk.
He added that bodyguards were imperative for the safety of most of the foreign players in the books of the club.
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