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Name Kenneth Omeruo
Gender Male
Ethnic Nigerian
Job Nigerian Footballer
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Affiliation

Org Nigeria U17 National Team
Club as Player Leganes
  Chelsea
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: 2019 07 25 New Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is facing a dilemma over the number of non-homegrown players in his squad as the new season closes in at Stamford Bridge. UEFA rules state clubs in the Champions League may register no more than 17 foreign players in their squads for the competition, with a further eight spots available for homegrown players. Kenneth Omeruo, Baba Rahman, Michael Hector and Trevoh Chalobah, meanwhile, are expected to leave either permanently or on loan before the end of the transfer window

2019 08 02 Retrieve

[Chelsea in negotiations with Leganes over €7m Kenneth Omeruo] I think now’s the time for me to leave, to find a place, to be my own man. I’m married with a baby now, so I need stability. Chelsea have done amazingly for me, and for my family as well, but it’s time for me to reach my potential and get where I think I deserve to be

: 2019 08 08 Leganes have made a breakthrough in talks with Chelsea for Kenneth Omeruo and they are close to agreeing on a €5 million deal to re-sign the defender

2019 01 05 Retrieve

[Kenneth Omeruo speaks about representing his country at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in 2009 on home soil] The U-17 World Cup was the bigger moment than anything else. It was like winning the lottery being called up. It was God. I wasn’t so good. I thought there were other players who were better than me at the time and now I am in the national team. It was God and hard work as well that got me here. The life-changing moment was playing in the U-17 World Cup. I went to open trials where anyone under 17 could come and show what you can do. I went from that to being selected among the 24 players to be selected to represent the country. It was massive. We played against the likes of Isco, who plays for Real Madrid, and we beat Spain. We lost to Switzerland in the final but I was already a winner for going

2019 08 13 Retrieve

[Leganes have acquired defender Kenneth Omeruo from Chelsea on a permanent transfer. Earlier this summer, Omeruo spoke of his desire to leave Chelsea to further his career] I think now’s the time for me to leave, to find a place, to be my own man. I’m married with a baby now, so I need stability. Chelsea have done amazingly for me, and for my family as well, but it’s time for me to reach my potential and get where I think I deserve to be

2019 12 06 Retrieve

[At 26, Kenneth Omeruo already own a football club in Portugal] Now, I am working with a fourth division team which I partly own a share with, the reason is to help bring players from Nigeria straight to Portugal. It is difficult to wait for the U17 chance, not everyone will have that opportunity, I am also working on opening my academy so I can scout the best talents.

It is good to help the players and also make money in the process also, I have about 90 blind kids in Abuja that I pay their school fees in the school of the blinds, we do have their end of the year party every December in Abuja

2020 04 22 Retrieve

[Nigerian football superstars join NFF ‘stay home’ campaign] Please wash your hands, please sanitize your hands and please stay inside during this lockdown. It is for our own good

2020 04 26 Retrieve

[Former Golden Eaglets player Kenneth Omeruo reveals why Eaglets stars fade in Europe] I think one of the reasons, is bad decisions, as a young player you have to be ready and know that if you are not playing then the values go down. One thing I have always done is playing, I always wanted to play. It does not matter where, either at the club or going on loan, because if you are not playing, then it’s difficult for the national team to invite you base on fitness level