Super Eagles midfielder John Ogu is delighted to play his competition match for his new Aladalah football club in Saudi Arabia on Friday.

Super Eagles midfielder John Ogu says he’s frustrated with life without football and missing doing his job.

Football and other sports events have been suspended in Saudi Arabia as a result of the coronavirus outbreak which has affected other sectors of the world as well.

Ogu is back in the country after staying for months without football in Saudi Arabia and he’s currently undergoing a compulsory 14 days isolation imposed by the Nigerian government on anyone who comes into the country in this period.

The 32-year old, however, took to his social media handle to express his frustration of living without football.

“I miss the game . No 🧢 ,”he wrote on his Twitter handle.

Ogu moved to Aladalah FC of Saudi Arabia back in January after leaving Israeli side Hapoel Be’er Sheva after the expiration of his contract.

Ogu who was part of Nigeria’s squad that won the Bronze medal at the 2019 African cup of Nations in Egypt, put pen to paper for twelve months deal with the club.

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