Football: Bright, the wonderkid joins Airdrieonians FC.

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Football: Bright, the wonderkid joins Airdrieonians FC.

Airdrieonians FC, the league One giant in Scotland are looking at a huge summer rebuild, with one Spanish/Nigerian teenager potentially becomes the centre of it all.

Bright Osemudiamen Prince Okosun, the young and talented Spanish/Nigerian footballer has joined the Airdrieonians F.C, the league One giant in the SFA (Scotland).

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Airdrieonians Football Club is a Scottish professional football team in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, who are members of the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) and play in Scottish League One. Alan Gow, the sport director (Academy) surely making great and fantastic explore for younger players for the team.

Bright won the player of the match award at the award ceremony of the under 17 Central Scotland FA Regional cup final between Summerston Youth Football club and Rossvale FC. In Scotland, United Kingdom recently. He scored two wonderful goals and one assist in the triumphant 5:2 Summerston’s win against the Rossvale FC, that summed up his scoring skills in the under 17 youth league at his previous team that won the league title 2021/2022 season accordingly.

Bright Osemudiamen Prince Okosun began his football career at the age of five in Yuncos CF in Toledo, Spain. At his quickly developed scoring skills at his young age, the 1st division team, Getafe CF grasped him and had his two seasons with them before moving to Germany and successfully played for Club Fischeln ( Krefeld), Fortuna Dusseldolf, KFC Uerdingen 05 in Germany and Summerston YFC, Glasgow ( Scotland) as top striker respectively.

According to the popular saying, the best way to success is to follow the footsteps of those who have successfully journeyed before us. And that is exactly what Bright Osemudiamen Prince Okosun, who was born in Madrid, Spain on 26th October 2005, is out to accomplish in far away United Kingdom. Today, he has made significant sensational football skills in United Kingdom as a top scorer.

Having started early, and was discovered at the same age and almost the same manner Leo Messi was discovered and groomed, Bright may end up becoming another whiz kid footballer. Affectionately called Ose by his fans, friends and handlers, he was the latest sensation in the under 17 Central Scotland FA Regional cup final between Summerston YFC and Rossvale FC in the Clyde FC stadium on 12th June, 2022.

This football wonder kid, with a height of 6.5Ft, has left no one in doubt that he has been anointed and called to play the round leather game as the spirit of football is upon him. The field is his pulpit, his Bible is his legs, and his message is the gospel of football delivered through scoring goals to the ovation of his spectators whom the stadium is their temple. Once he steps into the field of play, he becomes possessed with the football spirit as the round leather obeys his commands as he meanders his way through like water in a creek, creeping through and tearing the opponent’s defence apart to score goals.

Bright is an embodiment of striking skills. A talented top striker and star in the making. A fast striker with an insatiable appetite for goals, he is aided by excellent sense of positioning. He possesses the energy and technical skills of Ronaldo, the mesmerizing runs of Messi, and the lethal finishing of Eto.

With this move to Airdrieonians FC, first-team managers and sport directors have also been left impressed by the starlet’s speed and physique, so much so that there are many big clubs watching keenly.

Airdrieonians FC will surely benefits from the vast quality of plays from this sensational wonder kid.

Clubs he has played:

In spain:

1) Yuncos CD ( Toledo-Spain)
( 2011-2013)

2) Getafe CF
(Madrid-Spain) ( 2013 – 2015)

In Germany,

3) VFR Fischeln
( Krefeld – Germany)
(2015-2017)

4) Fortuna Dusseldorf 95
( Dusseldorf – Germany)
2017- 2018)

5) KFC Uerdingen 05
( Krefeld – Germany)
( 2018-2021)

In UK.

6) Summerston YFC 2005
( Glasgow – Scotland)
2021-2022)

7) Airdrieonians FC
(2022/2023 – — )

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