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Seyi Adeleke


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  • Date Of Birth: 17/11/91
    Nation: Nigeria
    Birthplace: Lagos, Nigeria
    Squad Number: 22
    Position: Left Fullback
    Joined Wanderers: 19/08/14
    Contract Details: One year initial contract.
    Contract Finish: 2014/15
    Previous Club: SS Lazio
    Wanderers Debut: 7th November 2014 vs Wellington Phoenix
    A-League Appearances: 4
    A-League Goals: 0
    ACL Appearances: 0
    ACL Goals: 0
    FFA Cup Appearances: 0
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 2
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 6
    Total Goals: 0
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2014/15: 6 (0)
    Description: An Ex-Lazio left fullback who bounced around Europe for multiple loan signings before he joined the Wanderers as a free transfer. After taking an eternity to actually join the club, his failure to get up to match fitness combined with no outstanding displays in his 6 matches saw him leave the club in February 2015.
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I expect Seyi to disembark from the same big bird as the rest of the squad tomorrow, undertake a fitness test on Thursday & be in light training on Friday.

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Damn this lad is still bunkered down in Italy. 

His visa has been delayed primarily thru the outbreak of the Ebola virus & the stringent people movement / immigration policies being implemented across the globe.

Club were hopeful or getting him to Dubai during the recent 10 day tour, but even that request was blocked.

He has undertaken all the required medical tests to get clearance to fly to Australia, however, we'll just have to be patient a little while longer. :sorry:

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Damn this lad is still bunkered down in Italy.

His visa has been delayed primarily thru the outbreak of the Ebola virus & the stringent people movement / immigration policies being implement across the globe.

Club were hopeful or getting him to Dubai during the recent 10 day tour, but even that request was blocked.

He has undertaken all the required medical tests to get clearance to fly to Australia, however, we'll just have to be patient a little while longer. :sorry:

All the more reason to make the guy feel welcome with a special airport welcome...

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What about now? Is he here now?

 

He'll get here when he gets here! If you don't keep quiet back there, I'll turn this damn car around!

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What about now? Is he here now?

 

He'll get here when he gets here! If you don't keep quiet back there, I'll turn this damn car around!

 

 

:sorry:

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is he ever gonna get on the pitch? i seen a tweet from him saying there was still drama with his Visa details etc.

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is he ever gonna get on the pitch? i seen a tweet from him saying there was still drama with his Visa details etc.

 

You mean this one?

 

 

 

More problems :(

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I haven't even heard anyone talk about him at training, haven't even heard his name mentioned unlike romeo who was the hot topic before he even arrived. Last week the big order arrived and I was hanging up all the player's new jerseys for the season ahead and he doesn't even have one.

 

Are we sure he's not just a friendly billionaire who needs our bank account details so he can deposit the money we won? Seyi the enigma

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His fitness will have gone down the toilet by now, and even if he was to arrive now it might take two months to bring him up to the level of the rest of the team.

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and mentally he would be stressing hard not knowing is harder than knowing

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We need to get a 'FREE SEYI' campaign going

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Hopefully Popa is staying in touch and keeping him on his toes physically and mentally.

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Our latest discussion on twitter this afternoon.

Seyi retweeted my responce.

 

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Nigeria are apparently doing a fantastic job containing Ebola, I read a report claiming there hasn't been a new case since the end of August. That would have to help this situation somewhat

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He'd have already been here, had he not travelled back to Nigeria from Italy. :nono:

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He'd have already been here, had he not travelled back to Nigeria from Italy. :nono:

 

Can't blame the guy for visiting his family though  :pardon:

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You have to question where his head was at, given that he'd done all the medical tests in Italy & was awaiting a visa to head down under.

 

How is he going to get on being half way around the world with his family in Nigeria? 

 

I know the club are frustrated & I'm starting to wander whether they may look to reconsider this 1 year contractual arrangement.

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