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Shola Ameobi

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Foluwashola "Shola" Ameobi (born 12 October 1981 in Zaria) is a Nigerian-born English footballer, currently playing for Newcastle United as a striker. He is the older brother of Doncaster Rovers striker Tomi Ameobi and Sammi Ameobi (also a Newcastle youth player). Born in Nigeria, Ameobi moved to England when he was five. He started out with the Walker Central youth team in Newcastle-upon-Tyne,... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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