Ideye supports the Super Eagles

Brown Ideye with his number 9 West Brom jersey. Copyright -Via Brown Ideye's official twitter account

Nigerian striker, Brown Ideye, has shown his support for the Super Eagles after their shocking home loss against Congo in their first 2015 Orange AFCON Group Stage qualifier.

West Bromwich Albion forward who was part of Nigeria’s success in the 2013 Orange AFCON tweeted: “Head up guys, look forward to the next game and make us proud” in a message of support after The Super Eagles started their title defending campaign with an embarrassing 2-3 defeat against visiting Congo.


The 25-year-old was surprisingly out of Nigeria’s 2014 World Cup squad and didn’t also figure in Keshi’s list for the 2015 Orange AFCON qualification despite his £10 million record move from Ukrainian giants, Dynamo Kiev to West Bromwich Albion this summer.