Nigerian striker Chidiebere Okoye has ended his time at his previous club in Cambodi and is looking to join a new club as soon as the appropriate offer comes.
Speaking with SoccerNet Nigeria, Okoye said he has been without a club since he left his Cambodian side three months ago, and although he’s already getting interests from some clubs in Asia he’s taking his time to see if he can get a more favorable offer.
“I went to play in Cambodia for Boungket FC but due to unfavorable conditions I only played for six months there. I have been a free agent for three months now and I’m in search of a new club, I’ve gotten offers from some clubs in Asia but I don’t like the location,” Okoye told soccernet.com.ng.
Okoye started his youth career with Pepsi academy and Ikeja United, he later went on to join BBC Lions of Gboko for a season before he moved to Egypt to play for Zamalek. In 2010, he went to Qatar to play 2
years with Army FC. He also played in Indonesia for Persikad and most recently in Cambodia for Boungket FC.
The 33-year-old was named the fastest and best player in Egypt for three consecutive years (2003-2005) and the most skillful Striker in Egypt.
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