If Nigeria Call Me, I Won’t Say No- Free Scoring Teen Refuse To Commit His International Future To Spain
The international future of talented free scoring 17 year old Bright Osemudiamen Prince Okosun appears to be a straight fight between Nigeria and Spain, Owngoalnigeria.com understands.
Bright was born in Spain to Nigerian parents who have now moved to Scotland, but his exploits in Spain particularly while at Getafe meant the authorities still have their eyes on his progress. He is known for his ability to score goals with ease.
Presently turning out for Scottish side Airdrieonians FC, a club renowned for developing young players. Bright is high up in the list of the next big thing from their set up under the guidance of Alan Gow. He hasn’t disappointed so far.
The 17 year-old sensational striker who is also comfortable as a winger, is gaining a reputation for being smart and skilful on the field, as well as possessing blistering pace and creativity. He is already a very well-rounded offensive striking player, who is able to play in any roles within the front three and who also performs with energy and efficiency in tracking back to defend and win the ball back.
The Spanish-Nigerian striker, Bright, was born in Madrid on 26th October 2005 and began his career in Spain at the age of six with Yuncos CD and Getafe CF before moving to Germany, where he played for VFR Fischeln, Fortuna Dusseldorf and KFC Uerdingen.
In the United Kingdom, he has played for Summerston YFC in Glasgow (Scotland) before joining the league One team in Scotland, Airdrieonians FC this season 2022/2023.
It is his Nigerian roots that has brought about a debate about his international future and his father Prince Kelly says he will commit his future to the first team to hand him a call up between both nations.
‘It’s a dream for a father to see his son excel in life. Whenever your boy goes higher in life, it makes you happy. In Spain he was the best and that’s why Getafe took him”, Kelly told Scottish newspaper Sunday Mail.
“I’m watching the World Cup and it’s my dream to see Bright play there one day. If he gets there he can play for Nigeria or Spain but it depends on who comes for him first”, he rounded up saying.
Curated from: https://www.owngoalnigeria.com/2022/12/13/if-nigeria-call-me-i-wont-say-no-free-scoring-teen-refuse-to-commit-his-international-future-to-spain/
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