Biography Intro: Egutu Chukwuma Oliseh (born 18 November 1980) is a Nigerian footballer currently playing for Greek club Olympiakos Laurium F.C. in the amateur Football League of Eastern Attica (EPSANA) as a midfielder. Having experience from Belgian, French and English football in earlier years, he is considered a Greek football journeyman, as he already played for seven different teams in Greece since his first arrival in the country in 2008.
NAME: Egutu Chukwuma Oliseh
DATE OF BIRTH: 18 November 1980
PLACE OF BIRTH: Lagos, Nigeria
OCCUPATION: Nigerian footballer currently playing for Greek club Olympiakos Laurium F.C. in the amateur Football League of Eastern Attica (EPSANA) as a midfielder.
CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Oliseh started his career at Nancy. He was loaned out twice during his 5-year spell with the club. He subsequently transferred to Grenoble and La Louviere, before joining the Queens Park Rangers in 2006. His stay at QPR was unremarkable though, as he was deemed to be surplus to requirements by manager John Gregory. In January 2007, after only a six-month stay at the club, it was announced he had joined Montpellier. After one season, he moved to newly promoted Greek side Panthrakikos, in the Greek Superleague. After the club’s relegation to the Football League in 2010, Oliseh was loaned out to Superleague side Ergotelis for two years.