Former Kano Pillars defender Stephen Eze is delighted after joining Jamshedpur Indian Super League 2020-21 season.

The 26-year-old becomes the club’s sixth foreign signing and the second foreign center-back along with the recently announced Peter Hartley.

Eze last appeared for the Nigerian national team in May 2018 after failing to make Super Eagles the final squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

The Markurdi-born center-back took his Instagram handle to celebrate the move to Jamshedpur.

 

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To all who have been eagerly waiting for my transfer news, I am super excited to announce that I will be joining one of the top teams in Indian Super League #TataSteel @jamshedpurfc . It’s an unmissable opportunity to play in front of the bustling fans of Jamshedpur and under the guidance of Coach Owen Coyle; a celebrated Coach with plenty of English premier league experience! I am motivated to bring everything in me; my experiences and energy to help my team reach the top of the league table! Thank you to God for his mercies and a special thanks to my agent @ojoreoka & his management team for making this happen 🙏🏾. Pray for a wonderful year ahead! @jamshedpurfc Here I come 💪🏾 #jamkekhelo #StephenEze #DefendLikeEze #Eze

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Eze started his career with Lobi Star before spell at Sunshine, Ifeanyi Ubah, Kano Pillars Lokomotiv Plovdiv and FC Tobol.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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