Biography Intro: Dickson Paul Etuhu (born 8 June 1982) is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays for Swedish fifth-tier club IFK Rössjöholm. His younger brother Kelvin is also a footballer. He grew up in Peckham, south London, but then, the family moved to Manchester for Dickson to pursue his professional ambitions with City.
NAME: Dickson Paul Etuhu
DATE OF BIRTH: June 1982
PLACE OF BIRTH: Kano, Nigeria
OCCUPATION: Nigerian professional footballer who plays for Swedish fifth-tier club IFK Rössjöholm.
CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: It was announced in late September 2007 that Etuhu had been called up to play for his country on 14 October. He first played in two friendlies for his country and he then made his competitive international debut in the African Cup of Nations in January 2008. Etuhu was part of the Nigeria squad for the 2010 World Cup held in South Africa. He turned down a callup in August 2011 as a replacement player and stated he would not play for Nigeria coach Samson Siasia, temporarily ending his international career. He was however recalled in November 2011 for a pair of friendlies under new coach Stephen Keshi.