• Sat. May 25th, 2024

Former Shooting Stars forward Tony Edjomarigwe moves to Saudi Arabia

Former Shooting Stars forward Tony Edjomarigwe has joined Saudi Arabia second division side Al Kawkab on a two-year deal.

The 30-year-old winger who last featured for an NPFL team in 2015, played for Al-Tadamon SC of Kuwait before making this big-money move.

Edjomarigwe started his career with Crown FC of Ogbomosho in 2009 before joining Kwara United in 2012. He later teamed up with Shooting Stars later in 2012 and was there till 2013

He played in the NPFL for Nasarawa United and Kano Pillars before leaving the shores of the country.

His first team outside Nigeria was the Moroccan-based Olympic Club de Safi, where he has spent the larger part of his career so far, playing with them from 2015 to 2019. He had a total of 86 appearances with OC Safi and netted 9 times.

Edjomarigwe in action for Olympique Safi

He was with another Moroccan team, Maghreb Tetouan from 2019 to 2021, scoring 9 goals in 27 appearances.

Before eventually moving to Kuwait where he played for a year, he previously had a year stint with Sudanese giants, Al-Merrikh SC, between 2021 and 2022.

With his massive wealth of experience, it is the wish of many that Tony Edjomariegwe becomes a success in Saudi Arabia.

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