Is Oladoye Adewale Next Oliseh In The Making?
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Born at the beginning of the millennium, Oladoye Adewale has become a primed footballer from the word go.
Since his emergence in football via Water FC Abuja where he has held everyone spell bound with his amazing skills, Adewale’s style of play and physique has earned him ‘Sunday Oliseh’ nickname – former Super Eagles midfielder comparisons.
Calm, calculative; Adewale has a domineering influence on the ball and as a defensive midfielder, he is a joy to play in front of the back line at any time. He protects the backline and have made and won countless tackles in matches he had played.
Very dynamic and calculative, Adewale has established himself, though a teenage, with the Water FC of Abuja such that like a bright star in a cloudy night, the Nigeria Under 20 technical crew invited him to camp in Germany ahead of next month’s FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland.
The 18 years old with 1.89m height is good in using both legs and heading ball out of danger
He is a combative midfielder that can hold the ball, dominate the middle and dictate play.
A tireless player with eye for effective tackle and disruption of the sequence of opposition play, the invitation of Oladoye Adewale to the Super Eagles camp is a worthy call and this is a chance he has been waiting for to show the word what he can offer.