New signing at Bolton Wanderers of England, Shola Ameobi has stated sheer delight with his ability...
Although the Kabba, Kogi State-born attacker had been rejected by five other English Championship clubs before signing for Bolton on Friday, Ameobi proved his doubters wrong on Saturday, as he scored barely 24 hours after arriving officially as a free agent.
In the aftermath of his feat, which ended a personal drought that had dated back 539 days, the Super Eagles’ striker at Brazil 2014 World Cup admitted that he was delighted to get his name on the score sheet.
The Nigerian gave Bolton the lead after firing low and hard from 12 yards to stun Leeds fans.
It was his first goal since netting in a 3-0 win for Newcastle over Cardiff on May 3, 2014.
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