Official : Omar Sowunmi Offered New Deal By Yeovil TownPublished: May 10, 2018
EFL League Two club Yeovil Town have published their retained and released list following the conclusion of the 2017-2018 season, and one of the decisions made was to offer Nigerian defender Omar Sowunmi a new contract.
Born in Colchester to a Nigerian dad and a British mom, Sowunmi has been on the books of Yeovil Town since 2015, scoring 5 goals (7 assists) in 69 matches in all competitions.
The 22-year-old captained Yeovil Town for the first time in his career in their 1-0 loss to Wycombe Wanderers on April 14.
The defender and striker joined Yeovil Town in the summer of 2015 following spells with the Stanway Villa, Ipswich Town, Braintree Town and Lowestoft Town.
On the pitch, Omar Sowunmi has cited ex-Chelsea captain John Terry, Real Madrid's Raphaël Varane and ex-Barcelona icon Carles Puyol as the players he looks up to.
He describes himself as an athletic player, strong and quick, and good on the ball.
Football News 24/7
- Super Eagles Captain Vs Libya, Ahmed Musa Admits Games Were Not Easy
- Rohr Hails Libya Team: They Deserve To Qualify For 2019 AFCON
- Nigeria U20s Set To Beef Up Squad With Goztepe Striker Dubbed 'The New Emmanuel Adebayor'
- Ex-Super Eagles LB Udeze Lauds German-Based Jamilu Collins, Reveals Roberto Carlos Influence
- Teenage Nigerian Defender Making A Name For Himself, Trains With Arsenal Stars Ozil, Bellerín
- More Super Eagles Players Reactions: Aina Aims Sly Dig At Critics; Ogu Happy To Play First Competitive Game In Five Years
- Super Eagles Lucky Charm Ighalo Is AFCONQ Leading Scorer Ahead Of Anderlecht, Liverpool Strikers
- Internationals: Tomori, Abraham, Solanke, Onomah, Eyoma Start For Young Lions; Oko-Flex & Lookman Benched; Nmecha Missing
- Super Eagles Fans Are All Saying The Same Thing About Ndidi After Picking Up Yellow Card Vs Libya
- What Chelsea, Leicester City Said About Nigeria's Thrilling 3-2 Win Over Libya
- African Players Transfers
- Australia/ Asia
- Belgian Championship
- Brazil 2014 World Cup
- Danish Football
- English Premier League
- Nigeria National Teams
- Nigeria Premier League
- Norwegian Football
- Polish Football
- Russian Championship
- Serie A
- Spanish Liga
- Swedish Championship
- Turkish Championship
- Ukrainian Football
- Women's Football