Kanu Nwankwo’s Son Sean Living Up To His Father’s Football Legacy
The expression that the apple doesn’t tumble from the tree wakes up on account of Kanu Nwankwo and his 15-year-old child. Sean Nwankwo as of now plays for the U16 Watford group and has just been compared to his dad however with more pace and abilities. His father Kanu was a previous Super Eagles chief winning only one silver at 2000 AFCON title. Despite the fact that the legend Kanu Nwankwo resigned from dynamic football in 2012 and the 43-year-old left a heritage on the pitch to continue with his benevolent acts.
The previous Arsenal forward won everything a footballer could dream of with the avoidance of the FIFA World Cup and the Africa Cup of Nations’ titles. Aside from winning shrubs, the double cross African Footballer of the Year (1996 and 1999) would be enchanted to see his child Sean take over from him.
The youth checked 15 in February and he is as of now doing misuses for English U-16 club side Watford FC.
Reports guarantee the young sensation has been great for the hornets cadet group, albeit, yet to be welcome to the club’s first group. The 15-year-old high school sensation has been compared to his dad however could ascend to the degree of Kylian Mbappe and Cristiano Ronaldo in the event that he proceeds with his improvement. In spite of the fact that quite a bit of Sean Nwankwo has not been heard, he is relied upon to break into the spotlight in the closest future and could likewise play for the national group. The previous assailant famously alluded to as ‘Papilo’ won a sum of 13 significant titles – including one Champions League