Saturday, March 10, 2018

Sadney Urikhob Hit Asian Sport Charts

Namibian Football Star Sadney Urikhob at PSMS Super Liga in Indonesia, Asia 
Sports Asia: Sadney Urikhob could able to become the fourth champion in the 2018 President's Cup Tournament, supporters of Medan PSMS, in fact, they are very optimistic with their favourite club opportunities in Liga 1, 2018. Moreover, the team coach Djadjang Nurdjaman is now reinforced explosive attacker, Sadney Urikhob. One of the newcomers at the end of 2017, the focal input he can make is enough to steal the attention in most games with PSMS. In the final of the third champion, he was seen running agile while occasionally showing dangerous movements. Although PSMS was beaten by Sriwijaya FC with a score of 0-4, and Urikhob was one of the best performers in the match. Previously, Urikhob has given sweet greetings to the lovers of Indonesian football who is mesmerized by his sporty prowess and tackling.

Professional Stats

Born: 19 January 1992 
Age: (26) 
Place of birth: Windhoek 
Nationality: Namibia
Image result for Sydney Urikhob contract terminated by SaraburiHeight: 1,75 m
Main Position: Centre-Forward 
Other Position: Secondary Striker Left Wing
Agent: Bro Soccer Management 
Ranking: International 
Goals: 20
Current club: PSMS Medan
Contract Since: Dec 26, 2017 Until: 30 November 2018 
Outfitter: Puma
Transfer-market Value: 190 € (updated 2018)

One goal against Persebaya Surabaya in the quarter-finals is enough to help PSMS qualify for the semifinals. Urikhob together with his Ivorian counterpart Wilfried Yessoh who also currently plays for Indonesian club PSMS Medan as a Center-Forward, Urikhob is ready to spread a tactical threat to the opponent players in League 1 clubs. This Windhoek-born young player last year he joined Tero FC Police Club in the highest caste of the Thai League and hit Thailand Premier League (TPL) charts. He created some fascination among followers and fans who love Football games. 

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 PSMS Super Liga's striker Sadney Urikhob faces against Barito Putra. 

Record And Transfers

                          From                                               To
17/18Dec 26, 2017Police Tero FCPSMS Medan150 Th. €Free transfer
17/18Jul 3, 2017Jumpasri UnitedPolice Tero FC150 Th. €Free transfer
15/16Mar 15, 2016Saraburi FCSuper Power Samut Prakan FC50 Th. €Free transfer
15/16Jul 1, 2015Civics FC WindhoekSaraburi FC50 Th. €Free transfer
14/15Jul 1, 2014AmaZulu FCCivics FC Windhoek50 Th. €Free transfer
13/14Jul 1, 2013Civics FC WindhoekAmaZulu FC-?
12/13Jul 1, 2012Ramblers WindhoekCivics FC Windhoek-?
10/11Jul 1, 2010Orlando Pirates WindhoekRamblers Windhoek-?

Namibian star Urikhob, he is indeed a game changer that previously strengthened Saraburi FC when he signed a contract with that club, however, the club now fell out from the main spotlight in the Championship League due to some financial management. He defected from Saraburi to Power FC until to PSMS Medan where he is now.  For three years playing in the top Thai caste, this Namibian international player has scored twenty goals on the good record so far, he has not only mesmerize the Thailand public in far Southeast Asia, but Urikhob has defended the Namibian national team (Brave Warriors) since 2011. Before coming to Thailand then Indonesia  he played with several clubs in Africa.

Successfully careers always preceded by mistakes, failure and disappointment: From the sad story of the contract being terminated by Saraburi in 2016 where his status was forfeited at the Thailand Premier League (TPL). Today he is smiling after joined PSMS Medan the most top-ranking club with a first-tier in Indonesia's Football arena. Urikhob was quoted as saying by Namibian Sun. "Right now, I'm having a good time at PSMS, the historic club of Indonesia. I will show my best ability. "

African Football Club 

Urikhob has been noted played with Ramblers and Orlando Pirates in Namibian Premier League. Interestingly, Urikhob is a talented player with a humble beginning and he is very proud of his country. From 2014-2015 he defended the Civics FC club that based in the capital of Namibia, Windhoek. Before that, he played for the South African club, Amazulu FC, though somewhat less successful there.   He got a humble beginning from just street scorer doing it as a hobby which later became his career, he said " Like Namibian children in general, my career started in the dusty streets of Windhoek,"  We wish him a successful career and energy to keep Namibian flag high!


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