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Daily Independentonline "John Mikel Obi’s emergence in the football scene in 2005 during the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Holland, where he led Nigeria to win silver, came with a lot of promise. As an attestation to his prowess, he was voted the second best player at the tournament, behind the current FIFA and Ballon d’Or Award winner, Lionel Messi. He was seen then as replacement for the dwindling fortunes of Austin Jay Jay Okocha, largely due to his attacking football instincts."
I would also like to see Mikel play in the attacking role as compare to the holding player. for goodness seek let allow him to play alongside Mata--Oriol--Obi


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