Spanish-born Nigerian striker, Kevin Omoruyi, gains La Liga spot with Huesca.

Spanish-born Nigerian youngster, Kevin Omoroyi , has been pictured celebrating the promotion of Spanish Segunda side Huesca’s to La Liga.

In images circulating in the Spanish media,, the teen striker, was seen wildly celebrating Huesca’s elevation to the Spanish top flight alongside teammates, including Nigerian Under-23 team captain, Kelechi Nwakali.

Omoruyi, born to a Nigerian father from Edo State, who lives in Spain, was seen reveling in the reality that he has just gained promotion to play in arguably the best league in the world, the La Liga, where he is set to battle for points and glory with the likes of Ballon d’ or player of the year award winner, Lionel Messi.
Huesca finished top of the Segunda division.

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The future is indeed bright and rewarding for Omoruyi, who was part of the historic Huesca side that finished top of the Segunda division, winning the title and deservedly getting the bragging rights to mix it up with the big boys like Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico. Madrid and Sevilla.

Indeed the challenges of playing with the creme -de-la-creme of the Spanish top flight will not faze out Omoruyi, whose teammates, coach and coaches say is a player willing to face up with the realities of competition, no matter how the size and texture.

FA licensed football agent and international. brand strategist, Drew Uyi, described the young Omoruyi as a prodigious star in the making, who is set to hit the jackpot in his first season in the La Liga.

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Drew Uyi, who lives in the United Kingdom, but traverses the European continent, America and Africa, tipped Omoruyi to dazzle in the coming La Liga season, kicking off in September.

Drew Uyi stated that: he was creating a conducive support eco- system to assist support young players of Nigeria decent in Europe, who suffer racism , in order for them not to be denied their rights and entitlements and leverage on all the accompanying benefits derivable from playing professional football.

Drew Uyi reiterated the importance for African players to be educated and enlightened on their rights as footballers, in order to create a generational.wealth for themselves and others.

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Real Madrid won the 2019-2020 La Liga title, dethroning Barcelona, who had won the crown last time out.

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