Lagos - Nigeria midfielder Stephen Sunday of Israeli side
Bnei Sakhnin FC is hoping to wear the Super Eagles jersey again, according to
Sunday was called up for Nigeria's 2012 Africa Cup of
Nations qualifier in Guinea In September 2010, and made his debut in the game
as a starter, as the Super Eagles lost it 0–1.
Born in Lagos Nigeria, Sunday was eligible to play for Spain
under FIFA rules, which allowed players with dual nationality to change their
international allegiance before the age of 21, had they still not won their
first full cap.
After first appearing for the under-19 side, he was called
up by his adopted nation Spain to the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada,
playing in four games as Spain exited in the quarterfinals.
He joined Bnei Sakhnin F.C on a two year contract from
Spanish second division side Numancia FC in September.
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