Oghenekaro Etebo Set for Stoke City Return

By Daily Sports on March 16, 2019

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Stoke City midfielder Oghenekaro Etebo is set to return for their Championship tie against Reading on Saturday.

The Nigeria international has missed their last two games against Queens Park Rangers and

Derby County due to a groin injury having last featured for the Potters in their 2-0 win over

Nottingham Forest.

The former Feirense player has made 25 league appearances for the bet365 Stadium outfit prior to the setback, helping them to keep eight clean sheets and scoring once.

And ahead of their meeting with the Royals, the energetic midfielder has taken to the social media to herald his readiness for the game having return to full fitness.

“Feels great to be back and fit. Work hard stay focussed, be determined,” Etebo posted on Instagram.

Stoke City are 17th in the league standings with 46 points from 37 games. (Goal)

•Photo shows Etebo Oghenekaro 

Source Daily Sports

Posted March 16, 2019


 

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