Obafemi Martins

Obafemi Martins

Martins has had a touch of wanderlust in recent years with four clubs in four countries in as many years.

Mikel John Obi

Mikel John Obi

It’s hard to think of any player who divides opinion like Mikel John Obi. Even his name is a talking point.

Taye Taiwo

Taye Taiwo

At 27 (dob 16/4/85) these are the peak years for Taye Taiwo, yet the buccaneering left-back finds his career at a crossroads.

Danny Shittu

Danny Shittu

Stephen Keshi knows a thing or two about central defenders and it was to Danny Shittu he turned to bolster his 2013 Afcon squad.

Brown Ideye

Brown Ideye

As the 2013 Cup of Nations approaches, Brown Ideye is in the form of his life with his club Dynamo Kiev.

Elderson Echiejile

Elderson Echiejile

He started out as an attacker, but today Elderson Echiejile's attacking instincts remain in fine fettle even as a left-back.

Sone Aluko

Sone Aluko

Sone Aluko is thriving on the pressure of inspiring Hull City’s push for promotion after coming of age in the Scottish Premier League.

Joseph Yobo

Joseph Yobo

The most consistent central defender in Nigeria’s squad, captain, and Nigeria’s most capped player, Joseph Yobo is Nigeria's rock.

Austin Ejide

Austin Ejide

Austin is a well–built agile, fit and athletic goalkeeper who was top choice before the 2002 World Cup finals.

Ikechukwu Uche

Ikechukwu Uche

You can’t argue with Ikechukwu Uche’s record for Nigeria. He gets plays he gets the goals that matter.

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