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Nnaemeka targets first league goal in Israel

18 September 2015, 11:04

Abuja - Former TEAP FC striker Nnaemeka Juvenal Uzor has told News24 he hopes to crown his hardwork in training in the match-day three of the Israeli Liga Leumit with a goal for Hapoel Nir Ramat Hasharon on Friday.

The 19-year-old striker said his most immediate target will be victory over visitors Hapoel Afula at the Yankele Grundman Stadium.

“It is going to be a tough match as we continue our quest in the league. It's a match that we are looking forward to,” Nnaemeka told News24.

“I am looking forward to a great game and helping my team get victory that is the only thing we want in the game. I will be glad if I get at least a goal while doing so.”

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His goals in Cyprus earned him a transfer to the Israeli second tier division in the summer transfer window.

“I did well in the Cyprus and now it the time to prove myself again by scoring goals in Israel.”

Nnaemeka who is expected to lead the Hornets attack in the game admits that a win against the visiting side will boost the morale of his team.

On his curriculum vitae, Nnaemeka previously represented Cypriot/Turkish club L.Gençler Birligi SK and scored 16 goals in the 2014/15 season.

The youngster was on target in the Toto Cup Ligat Leumit clash against Hapoel Ramat Gan on Friday 14th August.

He was on the radar of Maccabi Tel Aviv before his move to Hapoel Nir Ramat Hasharon.

- News24


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