Al Shamal of Doha goalkeeper, Oladunjoye Adamolugbe has spoken of his excitement at being called up by Nigeria ahead of the All Africa Games handball qualifiers in Burkina Faso.
Adamolugbe told www.aclsports.com that his club has prepared him for the challenges at the qualifiers.
He said, “I am proud of getting a call up back to the team over a year after the team was disbanded. I am very happy to be part of the senior national team because it is not an easy for you to get an invite when there are over 10,000 handball goalkeepers in Nigeria”.
“Nigeria last outing at the senior national team was not impressive. I promise to perform better in goal because after the 2018 Africa nation’s cup in Gabon, I have been training and playing a lot of competitive handball in the Qatar league with my club, Al Shamal sports club handball Doha.
“I can see that my performance as this time is really up to standard for the all African game”.
The former Owena Kings goalkeeper stated that his current form at his club side will be translated into the senior national team.
Adamolugbe said, “First of all it is not by my power; God has been the one strengthen me in my current form. The Qatar league just ended and I won some championships for my club this year. All I am saying is that surely, my current form will surely be better at the All African Games qualifiers in Burkina Faso”.