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FIFA, UEFA, Others Shower Praises As Okocha And Siasia Celebrate Birthdays

 

Former captains of the Super Eagles, Jay-Jay Okocha and Samson Siasia have celebrated their birthdays.

The football legend turned 46 on Wednesday while Siasia, former coach of the Nigerian football team turned 52.

Although both men were well congratulated by their fans and the football community, Okocha’s birthday caught the attention of the world’s football governing body, FIFA.

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Others who congratulated the former Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Bolton player are the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), UEFA, and the English side.

The NFF took to Twitter to celebrate the two former Super Eagles captains.

Read the tweets below:

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