Victor Igbonefo Names 3 Indonesian League Players Who are the Most Difficult to Face | 1NEWS

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Persib Bandung defender Victor Igbonefo has had a lot of experience in Indonesian football, and from that experience he revealed three players that he found difficult to block.

According to Igbonefo, Greg Nwokolo, Alberto Goncalves, and Boaz Solossa are players who make him have to work hard in defense.

The reason is, the three players besides having experience in Indonesian football are also supported by quality.

Igbonefo added, the three players have extraordinary individual skills that can overwhelm opposing players, so it is not surprising that they often contribute many goals for the club they are defending.

“Over the last few years, if you look at some of the games, a few seasons ago when I was playing here you saw Greg Nwokolo. It was quite difficult,” said Igbonefo.

“Look like Beto Goncalves, he can score a lot of goals, and Boaz Salossa, they are three top players, because they have quality, they are smart, they always improvise,” explained the 35-year-old.

Currently, Greg Nwokolo has the status as a free transfer player after strengthening Madura United, then Boaz Solossa in the 2021-2022 BRI Liga 1 competition joins Borneo FC. Meanwhile, Beto Goncalves plays for Liga 2 club Persis Solo.

Victor Igbonefo himself is a quality defender who plays in the 2021-2022 Liga 1 competition, so this naturalized player has always been the mainstay of Persib Bandung coach, Robert Rene Alberts, in the defense of the Bobotoh team.

The defender numbered 32, previously returned from Thailand and re-signed by Maung Bandung in the 2020 season, after the Nigerian-born player spent 27 matches with PTT Rayong in the Thai League throughout the 2019 season.

Previously, Igbonefo had defended Persib in the 2018 Liga 1 season. In his first season in the Maung Bandung costume, he got the opportunity to play in 27 matches by collecting 2430 minutes of play.


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