Iffy Onuora

Iffy Onuora

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Ifem "Iffy" Onuora (born 28 July 1967) is a coach a former professional footballer born in Scotland of Nigerian descent.

He was recently the head coach of the Ethiopia national team. As a player Onuora played his entire career in England notably playing for Gillingham and Swindon Town, having also had spells with Huddersfield Town, Mansfield Town, Sheffield United, Wycombe Wanderers, Grimsby Town, Tranmere Rovers and Walsall.

Early life

Although born in Glasgow, Ifem Onuora grew up on Merseyside and attended Sacred Heart Catholic College in Crosby which his cousin Victor Anichebe later attended. He was first spotted playing football on Merseyside and briefly played for Eveton's youth team during the mid-eighties. Onuora is a known Everton supporter.

Playing career

Ifem Onuora was a journeyman striker who got his professional break playing for Huddersfield Town, he went on to play just under 200 times for The Terriers, and scored over 30 goals for the club before he was transferred to Mansfield Town in 1994.

Onoura stayed with The Stags until Gillingham paid £25,000 for him in August 1996. It was at Priestfield Stadium where Onuora's goal scoring ability started to show, as he notched himself a tally of just under 30 goals in an 18 month stay with the club, before the Gills cashed in on their big front man by selling him to Swindon Town in March 1998. More goal scoring success was on the cards and he remained at the club until he secured a...
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