Official: Ex-Rosenborg BK Star John Chibuike Joins FC Irtysh PavlodarPublished: August 02, 2018
Kazakhstan Premier League side FC Irtysh Pavlodar have confirmed via their official website the signing of Nigerian attacking midfielder John Chibuike.
Chibuike has joined FC Irtysh Pavlodar as a free agent following the end of his agreement with Turkish club Samsunspor.
Now 29, he started his career in his homeland with Enugu Rangers before moving to Swedish team BK Hacken, where he was a big hit and once regarded as one of the finest midfielders in Sweden.
Apart from the aforementioned clubs, Chibuike has also worn the colours of Rosenborg BK(Norway), Gaziantepspor (Turkey), AIK (Sweden) and Hapoel Tel Aviv (Israel).
He has played in the Europa League plus the qualifiers, and has scored over 65 goals in total for the clubs he previously represented.
He links up with Nigeria international striker Gbolahan Salami at FC Irtysh Pavlodar.
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