Ezekiel Tamara Dumps NPFL: From Bendel Insurance to Iraqi Outfit Al Naft SC

Ezekiel Tamara Dumps NPFL: From Bendel Insurance to Iraqi Outfit Al Naft SC

Nigerian football witnessed another exciting transfer as talented midfielder Ezekiel Tamara traded the familiar yellow and green of Bendel Insurance for the uncharted territory of Iraqi club Al Naft SC.Ezekiel Tamara Dumps NPFL: From Bendel Insurance to Iraqi Outfit Al Naft SC

Footballrover can confirm the move, marking a new chapter in the 23-year-old’s growing career.

While the transfer fee remains undisclosed, it’s clear that Al Naft SC saw immense potential in Tamara, who only joined Bendel Insurance at the start of the 2023–24 season.

A Star on the Rise:

Tamara’s talent wasn’t a secret to Nigerian football fans.

Before committing to Bendel Insurance, he was courted by top NPFL clubs like Enyimba, Rivers United, and Rangers.

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His two-year contract with the Benin Gunners was just a stepping stone, and his impressive performances, especially in the CAF Confederation Cup qualification campaign, convinced Al Naft SC to take a chance.

Leaving a Mark:

Tamara’s impact on Bendel Insurance was also undeniable.

He played a key role in their journey to the second round of the CAF Confederation Cup, displaying full determination on the pitch.

His departure will surely leave a void in the midfield, but his Insurance fans can take solace in knowing that he’s pursuing his dreams on a bigger stage.

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New Horizons Await:

Al Naft SC offers Tamara a chance to test his mettle against new opponents and hone his skills in a different football environment.Ezekiel Tamara Joins Iraqi Outfit Al Naft SC From Bendel Insurance

Joining forces with former Sunshine Stars forward Okiki Afolabi, Tamara will add his dynamism and playmaking ability to the Iraqi club’s midfield.

His experience playing for Shooting Stars, Kano Pillars, Kwara United, and Lobi Stars will also be invaluable as he looks to adapt to his new surroundings and help the 10th-placed side move up the Iraqi Premier League table.

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