Friday, June 25, 2010

Sunshine Stars’ Adedeji Considers Euro Offers

Former Under-23 national team midfielder, Adeyinka Adedeji, has revealed that he has received several offers from clubs based in Europe since he return to the Premier League with Sunshine Stars.
The left-sided midfielder did not give names of the clubs or countries where the offers are coming, but disclosed that he is weighing his options carefully with his agent.
“I have offers from Europe but I am not in a hurry because I have played on that continent before. So we are still weighing options before us,” he told
The 25-year-old, who can also play as a left wing back, said he would first want to concentrate on helping Sunshine Stars win a continental berth for next year’s CAF Confederation Cup.
Sunshine Stars is challenging a host of clubs for the last continental spot on the Premier League table, as the season nears conclusion and Adedeji is optimistic that his side can finish ahead of the likes of Kwara United, Enugu Rangers, Warri Wolves, Niger Tornadoes and Heartland Football Club for that spot.
“I am much confident that a continental ticket is achievable. We all must have a professional attitude towards our job and then we can achieve this irrespective of the challenge we are facing from other teams in the league,” said the former Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) man.
The ex-Pepsi Football Academy trainee, who joined the Stars from Sweden club, GIF Sundsvall, reflects on the season and picks Kano Pillars as the most difficult opponent he has had to face.
“I think may be Kano Pillars are the most difficult side that I have played against this season while Dolphin remains the game I can remember in which I enjoyed myself. Actually the Dolphin game was three weeks ago (in Port Harcourt) which ended 1 – 1,” said Adedeji.

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