Stanley Obumneme Udenkwor is a Nigerian-born, Polish professional footballer.
NAME: Stanley Obumneme Udenkwor
DATE OF BIRTH: May 1, 1981
PLACE OF BIRTH: Awka-Etiti, Nigeria
CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Udenkwor started his career off in his native Nigeria playing for Jasper United. In 2001, Udenkwor moved to Poland and signed with Polonia Warsaw. Udenkwor successfully applied for a Polish passport, and in turn became a citizen. He became the second black African footballer to become a Polish citizen, the other being Emmanuel Olisadebe, who went on to feature for the Polish international team. Incidentally Olisadebe also started his career at Jasper United. His next football move was to sign for Okęcie Warszawa, before spending time in the Azerbaijan Premier League with Neftchi Baku. He then moved to England and joined Gainsborough Trinity, who were playing in the Conference North league, which is the 6th tier of English football. Udenkwor was firstly given a trial by the club’s manager Paul Mitchell, and after scoring a hat-trick in his debut for the reserves, he was given a short term contract. and so on.