Ikechi Anya

Ikechi Anya

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Ikechi Anya (born 3 January 1988) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a forward for Spanish side Granada.

Early life

Anya was born in Glasgow, Scotland, his father is a Nigerian research scientist, and his mother a Romanian economist. The couple met while studying at the University of Bacău. After finishing their studies, his parents moved to Scotland in the late 1980s, to avoid Ceausescu's communist regime. Anya has an older brother, Chima, a hip-hop artist who lives in London UK, and taught him how to play football.


Wycombe Wanderers

Anya joined the Wycombe Wanderers youth team in the 2003–04 season, having been released by Oxford United.

His performances in the youth team ensured that he was well talked about within the club, enough that he was given the number 28 shirt by then manager Tony Adams for the match at Southend United on 11 September 2004, becoming the clubs youngester ever player at aged 16.

Like Russell Martin, he committed his short term future to the club, signing a two year deal in June 2005 and whilst at Wycombe won Apprentice of the year at the inaugural Football League awards 2006.


He was released in the summer of 2007 and signed for Oxford City, before being snapped up in January 2008 by Halesowen Town. In the summer of 2008 he joined the Glenn Hoddle Academy and his contract expired in the summer of 2010....
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