Fallen Heroes in the Annals of Nigeria Football History

Proficient football as a cutthroat game has had its outlandish portion of misfortunes throughout the long term. It is both engaging and perilous particularly on the field of play. The Nigerian wearing family saw perhaps the most awful football misfortunes on the 23rd of December 2008, when nine female beginner footballers and two mentors were singed to the point of being indistinguishable in a car accident in transit from Jos, Plateau state.

The tears of distress had barely evaporated, when 15 individuals from a beginner side, F.C Jimeta from Adamawa state, Nigeria, kicked the bucket in another car accident on the 26th of January 2009. Twelve of the dead were players, while the leftover three were mentors.

The misfortune that occurred on the 26th of January 2009 had barely died down when another staggering occurrence happened on the 21st of February 2009. In a solitary dive, 13 Football allies of Nigeria Premier League side Ocean Boys F.C of Yenegoa were killed by people suspected to be cultist, headed to going to a chief class match including their group and Bayelsa United at the Ughelli Township Stadium in Delta State, Nigeria.

Nigerian footballers have additionally had something reasonable of misfortunes on and off the field of play. The following is a rundown of a portion of the players who have overcame all chances to carry happiness to football adoring Nigerians however later capitulated to the virus hand of death.

Samuel Okwaraji

แทงบาคาร่าให้ชนะ  Nigeria venturesome midfielder Samuel Tochukwuma Okwaraji drooped and passed on August 12, 1989 during a World Cup qualifying match among Nigeria and Angola. He passed on of a heart related infirmity.

Amir Angwe

Amir Angwe kicked the bucket on the field of play while featuring for Julius Berger F.C on October 29th 1995. It was subsequently found that he passed on of a respiratory failure.

George Igenewari

The more youthful sibling to Nigerian previous global George Finidi was killed by the slug of adversary allies during a F.A Cup match including his club-Rangers F.C and Stationary Stores of Lagos in 1995.

Tunde Charity

He was an individual from the Flying Eagles group that partook in the 1989 U-20 World Championship held in Saudi Arabia. He passed on of a head injury supported in the battleground while including for Bendel Insurance F.C in a group match in 1997.

Boniface Danjuma

This Plateau joined player passed on August 12, 2006 after he drooped and was affirmed dead 13 minutes into the second 50% of his group attach with city rival JUTH of Jos at Nassarawa arena, Keffi.

Orobosa Adun

He was the best option goalkeeper of Warri Wolves F.C of Warri Delta State. Drooped and kicked the bucket on May 26th 2009 during preparing because of injury supported when he was assaulted by hooligans of Rangers worldwide of Enugu.