Super Eagles players, Kenneth Omeruo and Ahmed Musa have reacted to the news of the retirement of Carl ikeme from football.
Carl Ikeme missed out of Russia 2018 world cup due to a battle with Leukemia which he recently recovered from. He however decided to retire from football due to doctor’s advice. He said, “the doctor suggested I should retire after the toll the treatment has taken on my body.”
Reacting to the news…
Kenneth Omeruo: I would have love to play with you more my bro @carlikeme .. but am happy you will be with us in good health.. you are a legend bro.. and am sure Nigerians will miss seeing you in the national team.. Good luck my brother and like u said, it’s not a sad day.. ❤ where is the retirement party do.
Ahmed Musa: Carl, you have been a great brother and teammate. I want to wish you well in the next chapter of your life. You have been fighting your battle for a long time and you are in my prayers. May you be blessed with great new beginnings and good health #Soldier @carlikeme
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