first_imgNigeria international, Ebere Orji has expressed gratitude to her friends and fans who made her time in Hungary worth the while.Last month, Orji completed a move from Hungarian women champions, Ferencváros to Umeå IK, a second division side in Sweden, and has scored three goals in two matches already – the latest being a brace in a 3-1 win over Ostersund at the Umea Energi Arena on the 2nd of September.The striker’s first goal came on her debut in a 3-1 defeat at Boljan – just 24 hours after completing her move to the Elitettan on August 24.“It has not been easy to move from one team to another. I really appreciate all my friends and fans at Ferencváros, ‘you guys are great and I am so proud to be a part of your history’,” Orji posted on her Facebook page.“But I have to move on. Looking for new challenges. [I] have won everything with you guys, which I am so happy and proud of. I will always be your fan.“Now ready to commit everything to Umeå IK of Sweden. Already three goals in two matches. It’s all about new challenges,” she concluded.Before seeking a new challenge in Sweden, Orji claimed a league and cup double with Ferencváros in Hungary.Her new club, Umeå IK got relegated from the Damallsvenskan last season and are hoping to make a quick return to the Swedish women top-flight.They are currently in the seventh position on the Elitettan table with 27 points from 18 games and they will travel to face Uppsala at the Studenternas stadium on Sunday.RelatedAiteo/NFF Award Winner Makes Shock Move to Swedish ClubApril 6, 2019In “NWPL”Debut watch: Ebere suffer Super Cup defeat as Ordega feature in Atleti’s drawOctober 30, 2017In “Europe”Africa Senior Badminton Championship: BFN Invites 30 Players To CampMarch 25, 2019In “Sports”last_img

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first_imgIan Wright reveals how ex-Manchester United captain Roy Keane made an example of him for being two minutes late Ian Wright believes Roy Keane is the greatest captain in Premier League history (Getty Images)‘What he ushered in with the Class of ’92, with the great players around him, the consistency of his performances without compromising exactly what he was about in respect of the way he sees the game and his principles an his morals.‘Honestly, I’ve got so much admiration for Roy Keane.‘I have to say, we were at the World Cup together [as pundits] and I was thinking, ‘oh my gosh, we’re really cool mates, it’s fine’.‘And I remember there was this one time I asked Roy if he wanted to go to lunch, because we had breakfast then we’d go for lunch. View 3 comments Advertisement Roy Keane refused to turn up to lunch with Ian Wright because he was two minutes late (ITV)Ian Wright has revealed how Roy Keane refused to show up for lunch after the former Arsenal striker arrived two minutes late to meet up with the ex-Manchester United captain.Keane is well known for his no-nonsense approach throughout his career, but it appears that his elite mentality has stayed with him during his work as a television pundit.Wright, who has hailed Keane as the Premier League’s greatest-ever captain, has worked alongside the former Republic of Ireland international as a pundit on a regular basis for ITV for England matches and international tournaments.And it was during their time together at the World Cup when Keane felt he needed to make an example of Wright because of his failure to be on time for lunch.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTWright claims that after he was two minutes late Keane simply refused to show and did not appear until dinner, at which point the former midfielder used it as an example of the standards he set whilst he was United captain.‘For me he was the best captain in the Premier League,’ Wright told BBC’s Match of the Day podcast.center_img Roy Keane and Ian Wright were both pundits for ITV during the World Cup in 2018 (ITV)‘He said, ‘okay, Wrighty. See you at 1:15.’‘I said, ‘no problem, I’ve just got to go and do some stuff’.‘So I had to go and do that, I got there at 1.17, I was waiting in the lobby, I phoned and said, ‘Roy, okay, I’m here’.‘And he said, ‘Wrighty, 1.15 is 1.15, I’m not coming’.‘I laughed because I thought he was only messing about but he said, ‘Wrighty, I’m not coming’. And he hung up the phone.‘And I never saw him until the evening.‘And as soon as I saw him he done one of those cheeky smiles he’s got and he said, ‘this is why Man United was so successful, we done what had to be done on time, we done what we needed to do’.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘And that’s what made me think with Roy Keane is that to be under him, under his stewardship as a captain, he would take nothing in respect of failure.‘What I like about Roy Keane and anybody that knows him or spends any time with him, obviously he doesn’t suffer any fools, but I’ve never seen anybody who loves football and speaks about football as much as he does.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘He’ll tell you about a player in League Two, a left-back somewhere, he loves it.‘The fact is, when he’s off camera he’s just a very serious man, he’s a serious bloke, he doesn’t deal with foolishness. I cannot stop laughing when I’m in his presence, the way he shuts people down and shuts things off, it just makes me laugh all the time, I just love being around him.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement Chris DavieThursday 16 Apr 2020 1:01 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.8kShareslast_img

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