Nigerian Striker, Ugochukwu Oduenyi, Joins Javor Matis Ivanjica

Nigerian Striker, Ugochukwu Oduenyi, Joins Javor Matis Ivanjica

1/23/2022 1:58:00 PM

Nigerian Striker, Ugochukwu Oduenyi, Joins Javor Matis Ivanjica

Nigerian centre forward, Ugochukw Ogbonnaya Oduenyi, has moved from Kazakh football club, Zhetysu and joined Serbian second tier side, Javor Matis

“I am enjoying my football now. The most important thing is to play. Not to sit on the bench. To have the freedom to play, have the freedom to speak and to do what you know how to do best.” said Ugochukwu Oduenyi.ADVERTISEMENTAfter developing his game at the Emmanuel Amunike Academy in Lagos, Ugochukwu Oduenyi began his European journey at LASK, an Austrian Bundesliga club, but was loaned to NK Sesvete Croatian Second Football League.

In October 2018, Ugochukwu Oduenyi made his debut for Sesvete in the Croatian Second Football League when he came on as a late substitute for Mario Vasilj in the 60th minute against NK BSK Bijelo Brdo on matchday eight of the 2018–19 season. The loan ended during the winter break of that season.

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44 mins ago “I am enjoying my football now. The most important thing is to play. Not to sit on the bench. To have the freedom to play, have the freedom to speak and to do what you know how to do best.” said Ugochukwu Oduenyi. ADVERTISEMENT After developing his game at the Emmanuel Amunike Academy in Lagos, Ugochukwu Oduenyi began his European journey at LASK, an Austrian Bundesliga club, but was loaned to NK Sesvete Croatian Second Football League. In October 2018, Ugochukwu Oduenyi made his debut for Sesvete in the Croatian Second Football League when he came on as a late substitute for Mario Vasilj in the 60th minute against NK BSK Bijelo Brdo on matchday eight of the 2018–19 season. The loan ended during the winter break of that season. In February of 2019, the Lagos-born attacker made his debut for SV Horn and was included in the starting line-up against FC Lifering on matchday 16 of the season, but was later substituted in the 58th minute for Kelvin Arase who is also a Nigerian footballer, from Edo state. In space of 6 months, the left-footed center-forward, Ugochukwu Oduenyi joined another Austrian club, SV Ried in the second division, and helped the team gain promotion to the Austrian Bundesliga in 2020. But he failed to secure a contract with the Austrian outfit due to prolonged injury and he moved to Ukraine to ply his trade with Mynai in January 2021. Before joining Mynai, an Ukraine Premier League club, the Ried forward reflects on the team success following the last-day humiliation of their opponents 9-0 to be crowned champions of the Austria Liga 2 “we have a good team and we focused only on getting the ticket, that is to be in the Bundesliga and every player was committed to achieving that goal”. Ugochukwu Oduenyi has been hailed by professionals and football agents as a rare-bred who could adapt easily to any team if given the chance to play “Ugochukwu, is a top-quality striker that could dazzle any defence in the world.” said a gent Salutan Momoh. ADVERTISEMENT Momoh is confident of Ugochukwu Oduenyi’s latest transfer to Javor Matis Ivanjica will favour the Nigerian forward and he has tipped him to be a success. “He’s very happy to sign with Javor Matis Ivanjica. He is going to give 100% of his best and commit himself to the club, he loves scoring goals, I am very sure, he we take the club to another level,” the agent said of Ugochukwu Ogbonnaya Oduenyi.