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Nwankwo Christian Nwosu Kanu (ma bí efu ochù ékéjo nolu kàà ēfu ódò born 1976) í che eña kia ri úball ñwu Naijerya akwubi oñwu le chenwu ki beju che nyonyo tulé í footballer (ógba) í che ró forward. Í chí ene kàà ēfu abo kí rí úballu ñwu Nigeria national team, manyu í ño rí úballu ñwu ye í amí újo úballu Naijerya kí chí Iwuanyanwu Nationale, tí ojiane amenefu ge kolobú kí chí Ajax, Inter Milan ye í Italy, manyu English Arsenal, West Bromwich Albion kpaí Portsmouth.[1]

Kanu wíní UEFA Champions League medal, wíní UEFA Cup medal, í gbí FA Cup medals ónu mete manyu onu méjí African Player of the Year kpaí ama awórdu kí bò . Í chí chene kàa efu ama arí úballu ye í kí wíní Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League, UEFA Cup manyu Olympic Gold Medal.[2] í che ene ẹkẹta kí Cha akojí óna egbaduu substitute efu Óhilaà Premier League ,kwo‘jí banchí onumé 118 ,[3] manyu í chéné kàà ku ma mo ejuma ene kí méju ma rí úballu nyonyo efu African football .[4]

Manyu í ño chí UNICEF Goodwill Ambassado gé [5] kpaí African brand ambassado yí digital TV operator StarTimes.[6] onwu ño ní unyí ùgbo yí Kanu Sports TV, manyu companí yí Internet sports chílíma .[7][8]

unyí íchanaa kí cha[edit | edit source]

Uchene eñwu kí sha[edit | edit source]

Ma bí efí ewọ Owerri, Imo State,[9] Kanu chane eñwu ki che ache yí oguchekpo yí úkolo Federation takí ílo tí Iwuanyanwu Nationale.anubí le efu úkolo ënyo kía che efu Naijerya me du edu duu ñwu U-17 World Championship ku ma shå, takí abo unyí úballu kí chí elíle AFC Ajax donwu efu ódò 1993 kpaí óko péé .[10] kpai efu ódò le í rí úballu kpayí Ajax kpaí íche dí ballu ró tefí ígah da bí goalu ogwu nyo mélu í de'fu ojí filidí aruballu efu Óóje nyo mélé . Kanu ño lewa kwí banchí alu kojí oné efu Ajax' éí 1995 UEFA Champions League final ku ma wíní abo AC Milan. Efu ódò kí roní Odo le , Ajax ño lo tí ére otítala ge , àmàà ma fele lost tí Juventus oní penalties. Kanu chene efu kpayí I chą ruballu ñyọ ñyọ efumatch le.[11]

Inter[edit | edit source]

Efu Odo 1996, Ajax dí Kanu taa ñwu amí Serie A eju gbo Inter Milan kí alu óko-wn che da bí $4.7 million. E le jeñwu mu dí captained yí Nigeria national team egbale kí wí..n gold le eí í Olympics,manyu í ño dí goal ubíane tí fi gah efu yí ku ma rò abo ukpahu Brazil kí bojí kpayí 2–3 efu í 4–3 wí...n ẹgba íko Kuma du mayawnu .[12] Kanu ño cheAfrican Footballer of the Year efu ódò le.[13]

Abalage , ogbogbolo kí de kubí kwí Olympics, Kanu í lo ya chí ajama óla wñ unyí ògun underwent eí Inter, kí du ña kí ní akanya eí heart , kpaí í ño che kedoño lugbo amí doikíta kí owu ño keka chaenwu dúúúú ge-wn .[14] ma fu’kolonwu che í ní hayí duu-wn efu óchu èkégwákà kí kojí ya aortic valve,[15] kpayí í dí bakubí wa ñwu gbogbooo kolub wñ the fu óchu ékéle - efu 1997. Efu í interviews, Kanu nugbedo efu Edo ekone dabu eneola ójó ,[16] kpaí ẹgba tí egba ía che kí dabí tefuenwu kí Cha che ẹgba kia achadua ñwu ójó ñwu.[17]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Nwankwo Kanu". Eurosport.com. 
  2. "Olympic Football Tournaments Seoul 1988 – Men". FIFA. 3 August 1996. Archived from the original on 24 November 2007.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  3. "All Time Player Records". Premiersoccerstats.com. 13 August 2010. Archived from the original on 24 February 2012. Retrieved 11 January 2012.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  4. "The 50 Greatest African Players of All Time", Bleacher Report.com
  5. "Kanu to tackle homeless problem". BBC Sport. 2 July 2008. 
  6. "StarTimes appoints Kanu Nwankwo as brand ambassador". Goal.com. 30 October 2015. Retrieved 13 July 2017. 
  7. "Kanu Nwankwo to launch first indigenous sports TV". AOI Football. 11 June 2018. 
  8. "Official website of Kanu Sports Television". kanusportstv.com. 12 May 2018. Retrieved 12 May 2018. 
  9. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Hugman
  10. "What was Kanu's crowning glory? | Goal.com". Goal.com. Retrieved 2021-06-01. 
  11. "2. Finals". UEFA Champions League Statistics Handbook 2016/17. Nyon, Switzerland: Union of European Football Associations. 2017. p. 1. Retrieved 22 April 2017. 
  12. FIFA.com. "Olympic Football Tournaments 2020 - Men - News - Africa's golden Olympic history - FIFA.com". www.fifa.com (in en-GB). Archived from the original on 12 March 2020. Retrieved 2020-05-24.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  13. "NWANKWO KANU AND THE LANGUID BRILLIANCE OF NIGERIA'S MOST CELEBRATED FOOTBALLER". These Football Times.co. 21 August 2017. 
  14. "Kanu told he may never play again". The Irish Times. 4 September 1996. Retrieved 25 April 2021. 
  15. "Nigerian Star Recovering From Surgery". The New York Times. 30 November 1996. Retrieved 25 April 2021. 
  16. Wilson Jeremy (30 October 2006). "Portsmouth thrive on power of prayer and goals from born-again Kanu". The Guardian. Retrieved 11 March 2008. 
  17. Okeleji Oluwashina (2 July 2008). "Kanu to tackle homeless problem". BBC Sport. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 

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