Super Eagles and Arsenal star, Alex Iwobi, was recently announce as the latest face of its DStv Compact package deal by MultiChoice Nigeria. Alex is a mix of talent and content. The deal will see the Nigerian superstar feature in DStv’s upcoming marketing campaign for the new football season as well as make special appearances at the brand’s events, amongst other activities.

Everyone knows Nigerians love their soccer and Alex Iwobi’s “signing” with MultiChoice is thrilling because he isn’t solely an ideal footballing talent however the next big thing in African soccer. And right here’s why we expect so;

  1. He performs for Arsenal FC – Following within the footsteps of Tremendous Eagles legend, Nwankwo Kanu, Iwobi is just not solely taking part in on the highest degree of league soccer, however he’s additionally doing so at Arsenal, one of many largest and most historic soccer golf equipment in England
  2. He has soccer in his blood – He’s the nephew of one other Tremendous Eagles legend, Jay-Jay Okocha. Whereas this doesn’t give him a God-given right to be good at football, his playing style and abilities on the pitch, as well as his drive to succeed have actually been influenced by his uncle.
  3. He has been coached by Arsène Wenger– Whereas his latter years at Arsenal had been topic to controversy, one can not deny that the ex-Arsenal manager is just not solely some of the influential managers of his time, but in addition some of the revered names amongst his former players. Having managed and developed the careers of the likes of Thierry Henry, Cesc Fabregas and Patrick Viera, Wenger is undoubtedly one of many biggest minds in world soccer and Iwobi has had the privilege of studying from him
  4. Alex Iwobi’s Dad, Chuka Iwobi; Arsenal and Super Eagles star footballer, Alex Iwobi; Managing Director, MultiChoice Nigeria, John Ugbe and ChineduFred Obasi, Industrial Agent for Alex Iwobi in the course of the signing ceremony of Alex Iwobi as the brand new face of DStv Compact, held at MultiChoice head workplace, Victoria Island, Lagos

    He’s nonetheless younger – At age 22, Iwobi nonetheless has many footballing years forward of him. Contemplating he has acquired useful Premier League expertise from the age of 20, he’s properly positioned to be taught from his earlier league campaigns and are available again stronger for this season.

  5. There may be extra to come back from him in his favorite place – While he has made many appearances for his membership Arsenal, many followers can inform that he’s adequate to play for Arsenal on each the left and the fitting wings, it’s clear that his finest place is definitely within the central midfield or attacking midfield positions. Having admitted that he prefers these positions, in addition to trying on the affect of his uncle Jay-Jay, one of many Premier league’s most iconic attacking midfielders, it appears that evidently recreation time in that place beneath new supervisor, Unai Emery, might end in Iwobi producing the best football of his career.
  6. He has performed on the highest degree – Iwobi has the expertise that many gamers in football don’t. In his three years of senior-team soccer, he has featured within the extremely aggressive English Premier League, the distinguished UEFA Champions League and extra just lately, the global stage of the World Cup along with his nation of delivery, Nigeria. On this time, he was additionally a part of an FA Cup successful Arsenal facet within the 2016/17 season. With this, he’s well-placed to push on and use his good and unhealthy experiences to drive his group and his profession.
  7. He selected Nigeria over England – Representing your national group is a privilege that almost all footballers don’t get. Nevertheless, when offered with the chance to play for the English national team, Iwobi rejected it- in favour of the Tremendous Eagles. Not solely was this choice patriotic, nevertheless it was additionally a daring one, during which he gave up the possibility to play for a traditionally extra profitable national group. This might be an indication of his need and willpower to be a star participant; a mentality that’s frequent to players who become stars.

So there you have it! and the new football season kicks-off on Saturday, August 11 with the Premier League followed by La Liga on Saturday, 18 August and Serie A on Sunday, 19 August.

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