Glory Afonja Takes Pro Career To Macedonia

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Edo Queens Football Club of Benin central defender, Glory Afonja Nmeregini has finalised her move to play in the Macedonian female league.
Eyeonthesports.com gathered that Glory, a reliable defender, who shone like million stars for Oyinlola Queens in the Nigeria Women’s Premier League before moving to Edo Queens, will be donning the colours of Women’s side, Koccani Football Club of the Republic of Macedonia.
Interestingly, officials of her new club are eager to welcome the skillful Nigerian player into their fold.
Born as Afonja Nmeregini Glory on 24 May, 1997 in Lagos, the fair-skinned Glory is 1.88m tall.
Glory has garnered experience and top football discipline at various teams. She played for B&B Academy of Nigeria from 2010-2011, and also starred for Oyinlola Queens from 2011-2012
before Edo Queens signed her in 2014.
A very strong defender, Glory has speed and she is also a good passer of the ball.
Eyeonthesports.com recalls that the ever smiling Nigerian defender helps her teammates in the attack with her shooting instincts and she maximizes her height to head the ball nicely.
Glory also has dribbling and marking skills and she is a humble player who is ready to learn.
Many female football followers in the country say Glory is a delight to watch. She is business-like during training and in real match situation.
Glory actually saw her new move coming. “I’m doing my best to play to the top, and my target is to play for the best club in the world someday”, she told eyeonthesports.com last season shortly after moving to Edo Queens to feature in the Nigeria Women’s Premier League.


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