Flying Eagles Star Durugbor Officially Regions Home Club Rock Stars of Benin after Swedish Stint As Offers Tumble In

By Nelson Dafe on May 1, 2019

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Nigeria’s Under-20 junior international Pascal Durugbor who had a very impressive loan stint in Swedish third tier team Vaxjo has returned officially rejoined his parent club Rock Stars FC of Benin City.

Daily Sports gathered that Durugbor, who is currently in the Flying Eagles squad in deep preparations for the upcoming Under-20 World Cup scheduled for Poland, is happy to be rejoining his parent club as he and his agent consider a flurry of offers for his services.

Durugbor is managed by the Vice President of the Football Intermediaries Association of Nigeria (FIAN), Mr Ferdinand Oji.

Durugbor was top scorer in the 3rd division of the Swedish league and notched in a goal for Nigeria in the last Under-20 AFCON in Niger in the semi-final clash against Mali which the Nigerians unfortunately lost on penalty shootouts.

Durugbor’s power and pace, coupled with his scoring ability, makes him a very exciting prospect for bigger European clubs.

•Photo shows Durugbor with Super Eagles Technical Adviser Gernot Rohr

Source Daily Sports

Posted May 1, 2019


 

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