Dibba Al-Hisn striker Pascal showing the stuff he's made of in the United Arab EmiratesPublished: April 28, 2021
Bolu Pascal, 20, is gradually showing the stuff he is made of in the United Arab Emirates.
From Right2Win Sports Academy, to FC Zimbru in Moldova, then to Khor Fakkan before joining Dibba Al-Hisn, Pascal is growing on a path that could see him become one of the hottest young Nigerian attackers in football.
In 1,057 minutes played, Pascal joined Dibba Al-Hisn on loan in February 2021, mid season in UAE, the Right2Win Sports Club graduate scored four goals in 14 games.
With a decent pace, clear vision and a terrific eye for goal, Pascal is expected to begin next season on a high when he finally returns to his parent club, Khor Fakkan.
Clubs in mainstream Europe are already jostling for his signature, meaning the next few months will be key in his football career.
The player himself reflected on his exploit in the United Arab Emirates and has promised to continue working hard irrespective of where he's playing his football.
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