Former Super Eagles player dies at 47

Former Super Eagles player dies at 47

In what is coming as a sad development, former Super Eagles midfielder, Emmanuel Ebiede, has been confirmed dead.

Ebiede died in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital on Friday, after suffering Hepatomegaly.

The 47-year-old gave up the ghost at the Rivers State University Teaching Hospital.

Ebiede was part of the Flying Eagles squad at the African Youth Championship on home soil in 1995.

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The midfielder won only two caps for the senior Nigeria national team, making his debut under Serbian Bora Milutinovic in the 1-0 win over Iran in a friendly match played before the 1998 World Cup.

He is survived by his wife and three children.

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