Caracas FC capture, unveil 36 Lion’s Ayinyoola, Oguns

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Caracas Football Club of Venezuela have acquired the services of two youngsters: Beninoise’s Samson Ayinyoola and Nigerian Ade Oguns from 36 Lion in the ongoing winter transfer window and both have been unveiled by the South American club.

Caracas FC who are eager to change their recent dwindling fortunes in the Copa Libertadores and other club competitions in the South American continent have now opted for young prospects from around the world including the famed 36 Lion.

The 12-time Venezuelan Primera División Champions and five times Copa Venezuela winners have signed young striker Samson Ayinyoola as well as winger Ade Oguns until the end of 2023.

The deal was facilitated by Cem Sagar, a United Kingdom licensed agent.

Www.dasportstainment247.com recalled that Ade Oguns and Akinyoola played significant role as 36 Lion retained their place in 2018-19 Nigeria National League season.

In an appreciative note posted on Tuesday on the social media by 36 Lion President, Hajj Gafar Liameed and captured by emerging website, www.dasportstainment247.com, the humble and pragmatic football administrator expressed his delight at the acquisition of the two players whom he said would light up the Venezuelan topflight.

“We gone far South this time and scored another two great GOALS! Assisted by Cem Sagar, a top class U. K. Licensed FIFA Agent.

“We announce the signing and unveiling of our two top attackers, ADE OGUNS and SAMSON AKINYOOLA in the far South America with Caracas Football Club in Venezuela.

“These two Lions attacking prowess kept us afloat 2018/2019 Nigeria National League tough season. Send a long pass to Ade, he will locate Samson. Get the ball to Samson and he’ll assist Ade.

“It’s really rare for two youth players from West Africa sign in the same Champions League Club anywhere but Cem believed strongly in the combination of these two Lions. We also know it’ll be a massive mileage for Caracas FC.

“We wish both of you all the best! Go on and conquer the entire South America.

“These lads are future prospects and we are happy that they are joining a club that competes in the Copa Libertadores de América on a regular basis.

“I mustn’t forget to appreciate Mr Cem Sagar for recommending these boys to the club,” he concluded.

Oguns and Akinyoola are expected to be important members of the Caracas team in the 2021 Venezuelan Primera División Campaign as they hope to reclaim the league title they last won in 2019 which they lost to first time champions, Deportivo La Guaira last season.

Caracas FC who placed fourth in the Venezuelan topflight last season and currently with an average age of 24 years, seven months are also expected to take part the Copa Libertadores this term with Oguns and Akinyoola to play starring roles.

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