Posted by: westafricanfootball | 09/09/2012

NIGERIA PREMIER LEAGUE 2012 – LIST OF SCORERS

The last round of the Nigeria Premier League 2012 was played on 07.09.2012 and Kano Pillars FC are the champions. Below is my unofficial list of the highest scorers in the league.

Please note that there are some uncertainty regarding scorers in the Nigeria Premier League. Various sources will say that different players have scored certain goals. Whenever I read about such uncertainty, I usually credit the goal to the player with most independent, trustworthy sources backing him up as goalscorer.

Most sources will agree that the top scorer of the Nigeria Premier League 2012 is Sibi Gwar (born 09.09.1987) of Niger Tornadoes FC. Gwar, a dynamic, hard-working striker with excellent finishing, has lately worked hard to secure a deal in Israel but so far no transfer has been concluded.

The picture of Gwar was found on bimboadeola257.blogspot.com.

16 goals

Sibi Gwar – Niger Tornadoes FC

15 goals

Abdulrahman Bashir – ABS FC

Mohammed Gambo – Kano Pillars FC

11 goals

Chikeluba Francis Ofoedu – Rangers International FC

Dele Olorundare – Sunshine Stars FC

Sanusi Sani – Gombe United FC

10 goals

Bala Mohammed – Jigawa Golden Stars FC

9 goals

Andrew Abalogu – ABS FC

Rabiu Ali – Kano Pillars FC

Mustapha Babadidi – Gombe United FC

Gomo Onduku – Sharks FC

Kabiru Umar – Heartland FC

8 goals

Segun Alebiosu – Kwara United FC

Ifeanyi Ede – Rangers International FC (one goal scored for Enyimba FC)

Bright Ejike – Sharks FC

Tony Okpotu – Lobi Stars FC

7 goals

Mutiu Adeleke Adegoke – Shooting Stars FC

Kayode Agboola – Rising Stars FC

Haruna Babalo – Gombe United FC (three goals scored for Akwa United FC)

Jafar Buhari – Kaduna United FC

Emem Eduok – Dolphins FC

Austin Ekpoma – Gombe United FC

Alaba Johnson – Wikki Tourists FC

Godfrey Oboabona – Sunshine Stars FC

Efe Yarhere – Rangers International FC

6 goals

Jonah Abutu – Lobi Stars FC

Yahaya Adamu – Rising Stars FC

Nasiru Ali – Kano Pillars FC

Gift Atulewa – Warri Wolves FC

Azuka Ebinum – Warri Wolves FC (five goals scored for Niger Tornadoes FC)

Mustapha Ibrahim – Wikki Tourists FC

Josiah Maduabuchi – Enyimba FC

Chinonso Okonkwo – Enyimba FC

Kabiru Sanusi – Kwara United FC

David Tyavkase – Lobi Stars FC

Mannir Ubale – Kano Pillars FC


Responses

  1. Dear Samuel,

    Thanks for your comment. According to MTN Football, SuperSport.com and several other sources, it was Nasiru Ali who scored on the final day. I can not find information suggesting that Mohammed Gambo scored the goal. Best regards, Øivind Henrik

  2. Thanks for the list, but on the final day, it was reported that Gambo Mohammed scored for Pillars.


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