Iwobi compared to Maicon, Cuadrado after right-back role against Fulham
Former Manchester City defender Micah Richards has compared Everton midfielder Alex Iwobi to Brazil’s Maicon and Colombia’s Juan Cuadrado after his impressive performance as a right-back against Fulham on Saunday, reports goal.com.
Calvert-Lewin at the double as Everton beat Fulham
Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored after just 42 seconds as Everton ended their losing run with a 3-2 win against Fulham, while injury-ravaged Liverpool prepared for their crucial clash with Leicester on Sunday.
‘World Cup qualifying goal against Zambia my most memorable strike’
Everton star, Alex Iwobi, has played against some of the best players in the English Premier League, the World Cup and the UEFA Champions League among other competitions.
Saka plays leftback again, Balogun, Iwobi not in 18
Allnigeriasooccer.com presents a round-up of Nigerian players that were in action for their respective clubs in the English Premier League on Boxing Day.
Eagles wallop Lesotho’s Crocodiles 4-2 to stay top of group
Nigeria on Sunday stayed solid at the top of their qualifying group for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations with a convincing win against Lesotho in Maseru.
Silva’s inspirational team talk worked against West Ham, says Alex Iwobi
Everton finally ended their dreadful run in the Premier League and Marco Silva’s inspirational team talk could well have been the reason for it, reports hitc.com.
Chuba Akpom chooses Nigeria over England
Former Arsenal forward Chuba Akpom has pledged his allegiance to the national team of Nigeria, the country of his parents after playing in the past for England youth teams. Akpom, who has 41 appearances for England youth teams, hopes to team up with his childhood friend Alex Iwobi who also dumped England for Nigeria. Akpom's…
I couldn’t believe Arsenal sold Iwobi to Everton, says Kanu
Arsenal made a big mistake when they sold Alex Iwobi to Everton. That is the view of Gunners legend, Nwankwo Kanu, who believes his former club should have done all they could to hold on to a player they had developed since he was eight.