Peter Okoye’s Son Cameron Scores Superb Goal After Producing a ‘No-Look’ Pass Ronaldinho Will Be Proud of

Peter Okoye’s Son Cameron Scores Superb Goal After Producing a ‘No-Look’ Pass Ronaldinho Will Be Proud of

- Peter Okoye famously known as a member of the defunct P Square registered his son in Barcelona academy

- 10-year-old Cameron has continued to show sublime skills despite his young age

- His father shared a clip on Instagram showing Cameron grabbing a goal in training

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Peter Okoye recently registered his son Cameron in the Barcelona football academy based in Lagos and the young chap has continued to show glimpses of greatness.

The 10-year-old aspiring footballer was seen in a clip shared by his father as he dazzled his peers to the delight of his dad whose voice could be heard in the background.

Mr P was very excited to share the clip of his son’s amazing skills social media as he produced a stunning ‘no-look’ pass which Brazilian legend Ronaldinho is famous for.

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Cameron also grabbed a goal in training after he received a delicious cross from the right flank before tapping into the open net.

In 2016, Spanish giants Barcelona football club set up its first Sub-Saharan football academy in Nigeria.

Based in Lagos, the club's academy is not only opened to search for new talents, its other aim is to increase the popularity of the club around the world where it faces intense competition with English Premier League giants like Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal.

Peter Okoye’s Son Cameron Scores Superb Goal After Producing a ‘No-Look’ Pass Ronaldinho Will Be Proud of
Peter Okoye’s son Cameron. Photo: cameronokoye
Source: Instagram

Meanwhile, Taribo West recently shared his success story about how he lived the dream which is something to write home about.

The former Nigerian international said he ran away from his father's house after being told he was going to be a roadside mechanic.

The centre-half fled home from his base at Port-Harcourt all the way down to Lagos in a quest to achieve his dreams as a footballer.

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He went on to play 42 times for Nigeria including making an appearance at the France 98' World Cup as well as AFCON 2000 and 2002 tournaments respectively.

Taribo was recently honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award by Our Moment Newspaper as he narrated his success story.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Eagles striker Victor Osimhen scored his side’s second goal as Napoli defeated 10-man Torino 2-0 to boost their Champions League qualification chances.

Tiemoue Bakayoko has put the visitors in front before Osimhen complemented the strike in the first half helping Gennaro Gattuso’s men pick up an away win against the Maroons.

The encounter at the at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino saw both teams chase contrasting ambitions.

Source: Legit.ng

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