Oshoala battles Osimhen, others for Nigerian Fans' Player of the Season

Oshoala battles Osimhen, others for Nigerian Fans' Player of the Season

Imhonlamhen Eronmhonsele
  • Asisat Oshoala, Victor Osimhen, and a stellar lineup of Nigerian football stars are in an electrifying battle for the prestigious EaglesTracker Player of the Season award. With their remarkable performances throughout the season, these ten outstanding athletes have earned their place among the elite contenders.

Leading the charge for the coveted title is Asisat Oshoala, whose awe-inspiring tally of 26 goals propelled Barcelona to both league and Champions League glory.

Not to be outdone, the adored Victor Osimhen charges into contention, armed with his record-breaking goal-scoring spree that spearheaded Napoli's triumphant return to Scudetto glory after 33 long years.

Taiwo Awoniyi emerges as another strong contender, his crucial goals rescuing Nottingham Forest from instant relegation in the cutthroat English Premier League.

Meanwhile, Chuba Akpom's explosive performances in the Championship have earned him the top scorer accolade and a nomination on this list, courtesy of an impressive 28-goal haul from his attacking midfield role at Middlesbrough.

Gift Orban, the delightful surprise of the year for KAA Gent, showcased his extraordinary talent by netting 20 goals in just five months, leading his team to an improbable European spot.

Rasheedat Ajibade, an integral member of the historic Atletico Madrid team that clinched the Copa de la Reina, adds her name to the illustrious list of nominees.

Everton's Players' Player of the Season, Alex Iwobi, finds himself in the running for yet another honour after a season filled with exceptional performances.

Chiamaka Nnadozie's inclusion is well-deserved as she showcased her goalkeeping prowess on French soil, playing a vital role in Paris FC's qualification for the Women's Champions League.

Christy Ucheibe shines brightly on the list, having secured a league and cup double with SL Benfica in Portugal.

Completing the top ten is Union Saint-Gilloise's Victor Boniface, a trailblazer as the first Nigerian to clinch the top scorer title (shared with two others) in the Europa League.

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