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I am not retiring from football yet – Obafemi Martins

By TVC News Nigeria
30 September 2019   |   3:43 pm
Super Eagles forward, Obafemi Martins has described as untrue, reports claiming that he has retired from football. Oba goal as he fondly called, disclosed this in an interview with TVC News.

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