Jazzy Stars Football Fraternity Celebrates Her Former Player In Grand Style As He Emerges Champion In Europe:

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Jazzy Stars Football Club fraternity have put together some intra team events to celebrate one of her former players, Bamidele Isa Yusuf of Spartak Trnava, who just won the 2022 Slovak Cup over the weekend.

According to the owner of the club, Sammy Adesoji: “It’s worth celebrating knowing fully well that Bamidele Yusuf is the first player of Jazzy Stars FC in Europe to have won a trophy and actively involved from the beginning to the end. We have some fraction of players that have moved abroad but never climbed that podium to celebrate as champions, hence, we’ve earmarked some activities not only to celebrate with Dele, but to thank God Almighty for his favour over all the Jazzy Stars Football Club fraternity.”

Sammy Adesoji continues: “An intra team tournament is been put on ground that will see the Under-10 category take on the Under-12, the Under-14 will confront the Under-16, the Under-17 will battle it out with the Under-19, while the senior boys will battle it out with Jazzy Stars officials. The winner of Under-10 vs Under-12 will meet the winner of Under-14 vs Under-16 in the first semi final, while the winner of the Under-17 vs Under-19 will entertain the winner of the senior team vs the team officials in the second semi final. The final of the intra team celebration tournament will precede the team’s visit to the orphanage home just to show appreciation to Him Almighty for the good work He’s started and more He will do.”

Bamidele Isa Yusuf’s club, Spartak Trnava had won the Slovak Cup, beating Slovakia Fortuna Liga champions, Slovan Bratislava 2-1 in the final with Dyjan Azevedo scoring the winning goal in the 113 minute, after Martin Bukata level for Trnava in the 52nd minute to cancel out an early goal by Alen Mustafic to put Bratislava ahead in the 50th minute.

Bamidele, who saw action from the beginning before been substituted in the 106th minute by Alex Ivan, played alongside former UEFA Champions League winner with Liverpool, Martin Skrtel.

This year’s triumph makes it the third for Spartak Trnava, after emerging champions in 1997/1998 and the 2018/2019 football seasons.

Spartak Trnava beat FC Kosice 2-1 in the Round of 16, defeated Zilina in the Quarter Final, and trounced Senica 7-0 on aggregate with Bamidele Yusuf netting one of the goals.

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