Biography Of Jaycee John Okwunwanne (Footballer)

Biography Intro:  Jaycee John Okwunwanne (born 8 October 1985 in Lagos), simply known as Jojo is a Nigerian footballer who was naturalized to represent Bahrain internationally. He started his youth career in national stadium Suruelere, Lagos, with Osaka football club, coach and manager by Nigerian ex international Kingsley Osakwe.

NAME:  Jaycee John Okwunwanne

DATE OF BIRTH: 8 October 1985


OCCUPATION: Nigerian footballer who was naturalized to represent Bahrain internationally.

CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Okwunwanne grew up in Lagos, Nigeria and played for Osaka Lagos. Aged 19, he moved to Bahrain. After a strong fifth season in Bahrain, he went to Belgium to play for Excelsior Mouscron in the top division of Belgium where he played a solid role.

In December 2009, he became a free-agent after his club R.E. Mouscron went into bankruptcy and had to release their players. He went over to sign a one-year contract in Turkey with Eskisehirspor in the Süper Lig.

In January 2011, he transferred to the Kuwaiti Premier League team Al Jahra.[1] Then he joined Qatari club Al Kharitiyat. In 2015, he joined Thai club Bangkok United after spells for Al Kharitiyat and Al-Mesaimeer.


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