Myron Topclass Sport Seals Image Rights Deal With Etebo

Etebo Makes Stoke City 24-man Squad For Germany Training Camp

Stoke city and Super Eagles midfielder Oghenekaro Peter Etebo has been given exclusive image rights contract by Myron Topclass Sport Outfits, AllNigeriaSoccer reports.

The outfit, through its representative Mr. Endurance Iseri Ogbemudia who is a licensed Nigeria Football Federation intermediary, confirmed that a deal has been sealed with Etebo to handle a sensitive aspect of his football career.

In his remarks, Endurance Ogbemudia commended the midfield maestro for pitching his tent with the foremost sports promoters, adding that it will further improve his influence, prominence, and status.

The Myron Topclass Sport Outfits representative said “The decision to pitch tent with us is commendable, it is a confirmation that Myron Topclass Sport Outfits is a force to reckon with and we are sure of a partnership that will yield positive results.

“In the coming days we will be meeting with some corporate bodies who had earlier signified interest in sealing commercial endorsement with Etebo Oghenekaro, also many more that will want this exceptional talent in their commercial/advertisement drive. We will collaborate with some partners to achieve the goals we have already set for this deal.” Ogbemudia posited.

The Rio 2016 Olympics Bronze medalist described the deal as one that will distinguish him from other players in terms of professionalism.

Etebo said, “I think it is pertinent to go this way, in other climes, that's just how it should be, but I believe it's not too late, so we see what the Lord has in stock for the two parties through the deal”.

The Stoke City midfielder became a force to reckon with after been listed for CAF Most Promising talent award for 2015 considering his performance with the Under 23s in Congo Brazzaville's AAG and his exploits for Warri Wolves.

His consistency earned him a call-up to the senior national team where he became an integral part of coach Gernot Rohr's squad.

Etebo is currently on the payroll of Stoke City in England after moving from Portuguese outfit CD Fereinse.

He was part of the Super Eagles team that thumped Libya over two legs in the 2019 Africa cup of nations qualifying series.

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