Ikechukwu Uche

Ikechukwu Uche

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Ikechukwu Uche (born 5 January 1984 in Aba) is a Nigerian footballer who plays for Real Zaragoza as a striker.

He spent most of his professional career in Spain, having arrived in the country before the age of 20.

Club career

Uche's footballer career began with Amanze United and Iwuanyanwu Nationale. Aged just 17, he moved to Racing de Ferrol in the Spanish second division, appearing in 24 games in his second season, which ended in relegation for the Galician team.

Uche then joined another club in the country's second level, Recreativo de Huelva, for a fee of $300,000, and scored 12 goals in his first season, becoming the league's top scorer in 2005–06, at 20 in just 28 games (with five braces), as the Andalusians returned - as champions - to La Liga after a three-year absence.

In his first top flight year, Uche scored on eight occasions. Notably, he netted in three consecutive matches in November 2006 (with wins at Celta de Vigo and against CA Osasuna), as Recre finished eight.

For 2007–08, he joined Madrid's Getafe CF, mainly being used as a substitute. On November 29, 2008, also from the bench, he netted in a 3–1 home win over Real Madrid.

In July 2009, Real Zaragoza, recently returned to the top flight, agreed terms to sign Uche, subject to medical. In only his second match, a 1–4 loss at Sevilla FC, he suffered a severe knee injury, going on to...
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