Former Manchester City team B player Chidiebere Nwakali has joined Swedish club side Kalmar FF on a two-year contract with a further one-year extension ahead of the new season.
Chidiebere Nwakali was once on the radar of the national team, and the midfielder did impress last May in a friendly against Atletico Madrid in Uyo were Chidebere and his brother Kelechi Nwakali stunned the fans with a tremendous performance.
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The Former U-17 world cup player became a free agent last summer after he was released by the Etihad club before he joined Polish side Rakow Czestochowa but ended his stay with the club after just two appearance due to personal reasons.
Former Super Eagles team B player remains a force to be reckoned with, having enjoyed loan spells at Sogndal, IK Start, and Aberdeen whilst at Manchester City.
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The 22-year-old will now join up with two other Nigerians, Chima Akas and Gbenga Arokoyo ahead of the new season and will certainly offer ample attacking options to Kalmar which finished 10th last season in the league.
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