Nigerian born-Dutch defender, Randy Onuoha, who is right now plying trade with Neftochimic Burgas in Holland has announced his preparation to battle for a shirt in the Super Eagles.
Onuoha said it would be of significant privilege to play for his country having rejected his mother demand to play her country.
The 23-year-old left back has a Nigeria father, Charles Emeka Onuoha from Itukpa, Aba state, and to a Dutch mother, Annelies van Es, from Rotterdam, Netherlands.
He had his childhood profession from 2009–2013 in Almere City, while his professional career begun with ODIN ’59 in 2013, having several spells with Chabab, Ter Leede, N.E.C. II and Fortuna Sittard before moving to Neftochimic Burgas.
Randy Onuoha insisted that with his dynamic and active performance, he is prepared to demonstrate his value to all Nigerians.
“Nigeria is my country which I look forward to playing for any moment from now. My mum has been troubling me to play for the Netherlands, but I said no because I will definitely return to Nigeria at the end of my career,” Onuoha stated.
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