By: Godwin Nathaniel
Chairman of Sunsel Football Club, Engr. Eugene Eremionkhale has lauded OFK Ostersunds striker, Jordan Attah as a player translating the vision of the grassroot club, symbolizing the club’s vision to groom future stars.
The striker was loaned from Sunsel FC to NPFL side, Nassarawa United before he secured a move to Ostersunds last August.
He has since showed his prowess in front of goal, rising rapidly to become a key player for his club.
Engr. Eugene said “despite our challenges over his transfer to OFK, Attah’s rise has really made me proud. Jordan has greatly translated our vision when I conceived Sunsel FC in 2016”.
He added that “In the space of 3 years, he is now being chased by EPL top club, Manchester City, who are in a bidding war with Club Brugge.
Whether he joins Man City or Brugge, he will make history as being the first player to play Champions League Football”.
Sunsel FC have been making giant strides with its players making inroads into Europe.