Ideye Set To Dump Kyiv

Nigerian striker, Brown Ideye says he wants to leave Ukrainian club, Dynamo Kyiv.
Ideye joined Dynamo Kyiv from French club, Sochaux on 30 June, 2011 for €9 million (about N2 billion), and has repaid the favour with 31 league goals in two and a half season at the club.
The arrival to Kyiv, at the start of the 2013/14 season, of Congo DR striker, Dieumerci Mbokani, has however restricted Ideye to just a handful of appearances for the club in all competitions this season and the Nigerian attacker believes it’s time for him to move on.
“I have worked hard for Dynamo Kyiv. I scored 12 league goals in my first season at the club and 17 goals last season. The coach (Oleg Blohkin) knows what I can do but since I am no longer getting the opportunities I deserve, I believe it’s time for me to pack my bags and leave”, Ideye said.
Mbokani has scored eight league goals this season but Ideye, who has netted just twice in the league, hinted that he deserves to start ahead of the Congolese forward.
“He (Mbokani) has made 17 league appearances so far this season while I have started just three games. Why would he not score more than me when he plays more? The fact that I even managed to score two goals under such conditions is a testament to my ability.
“I don’t think I have been treated fairly because Mbokani, with due respect has not achieved what I have in the game.
“I am a Nations Cup winner with Nigeria, I have played at the FIFA Confederations Cup and will hopefully play at the 2014 FIFA World Cup if God permits”.
-Source: supersport.com.


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