- John Ogu says Kelechi Iheanacho is the funniest Super Eagles player
- The 32-year-old also explained that he is not joining NPFL side Akwa United
- Ogu has played 26 games for the Super Eagles of Nigeria scoring 1 goal
Nigeria international John Ogu has stated clearly that Leicester City forward Kelechi Iheanacho is the funniest player in the Super Eagles stressing that all players always want to be with him.
Ogu who is currently working on getting a new club made this known while speaking with Legit.ng in an exclusively video interview.
The 32-year-old explained that he is an hungry player who is always fighting for success as he also stated that the mood in the Super Eagles camp was bad after losing against Argentina at the 2018 World Cup and also against Algeria at the 2019 Nations Cup in Egypt.
He explained that the friendly game against Argentina in which the Super Eagles won 4-2 was his toughest game in the national team.
''Kelechi Iheanacho is the funniest guy in the Super Eagles because he always make all the players happy with his ways.
''I only love to dance, but Kelechi Iheanacho is the funniest player and he is someone all players don't feel comfortable when he is not around.''
John Ogu started his football career at the youth team of Akwa Starlets before he moved to Akwa United in 2004 and played only one season before joining Flying Sports Academy.
From there, John Ogu moved abroad where he played for the likes of Drava Ptuj, Atletico CP, Almeria B and Hapoel Be'er Sheva getting 151 games scoring 13 goals.
Since 2013 that Ogu had been playing for the Super Eagles, he has played 26 games so far netting only one goal.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nigerian Football Federation who are in charge of all soccer activities in the west African nation are now ready to convince PSV star Noni Madueke to play for the Super Eagles.
Since joining PSV from Tottenham, the attacking midfielder has been superb playing 11 games so far and has scored four goals which is an incredible performance.
Noni Madueke who is of Nigerian descent has represented England at youth level in both the U-16s and the U-19s.
He was born in England, but Noni Madueke can still play for the Super Eagles of Nigeria because his parents are Nigerians.
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