Biography Of Akanni-Sunday Wasiu (Footballer)

Akanni-Sunday Wasiu is a Nigerian footballer who plays for Malaysia Premier League club Terengganu II as a forward.

He has played for clubs in Poland, Lithuania, England, Malta, China and Vietnam in his career.

NAME: Akanni-Sunday Wasiu

DATE OF BIRTH: March 18, 1984


OCCUPATION: Footballer


Sunday began his career in Poland with Szczakowianka Jaworzno, where he made 27 appearances, scoring 3 goals, before moving to Lithuania to play for FC Vilnius in 2006. During his time in Lithuania, he made 15 appearances, scoring 1 goal, before deciding to try his luck in England in 2007, signing for non-league St Albans City. He impressed at Clarence Park, bagging 3 goals in 12 appearances before pitching up on trial with Colchester United on trial during the summer of 2008, where he eventually earned himself a one-year deal.

A pacy and powerful striker, Akanni-Sunday Wasiu joined Luton Town on a month’s loan from Colchester United in mid-January 2009, having been a long-term target for Hatters boss Mick Harford. He scored once in five games for Luton before his loan deal expired.

After the 2008-2009 season, Akanni-Sunday Wasiu was released by Paul Lambert and Colchester United after failing to make an impression on the first team.

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