Kalu Uche

Kalu Uche

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Kalu Uche (born 15 November 1982 in Aba) is a Nigerian footballer who plays for UD Almería in Spain, mainly as a forward.

Known for his acrobatic goal celebrations, he can operate on occasion as an attacking midfielder or a second striker, and spent most of his professional career in Spain.

Club career

Uche's career began in Nigeria with Enyimba International and Iwuanyanwu Nationale. In 2000–01 season, he joined RCD Espanyol B in Spain, failing to receive any first-team opportunities.

Uche then transferred to Wisła Kraków, playing there until 2005 (winning the Polish League three times and Polish Cup twice), except for the 2004–05 season when he represented FC Girondins de Bordeaux, on loan.

In 2005–06, Uche moved to UD Almería, and was instrumental in helping the Andalusia outfit to its first ever La Liga promotion in his second year, netting eight league goals (with three in the last five matches). He made his first division debut on 26 August 2007, coming from the bench in a 3–0 win at Deportivo de La Coruña.

On 11 January 2009, profiting from the absence of first-choice Álvaro Negredo, Uche netted both goals in a 2–2 draw at Espanyol. On 5 December, he scored the side's second goal at Real Madrid for the 2–1, but the hosts eventually rallied back to 4–2.

In the following summer, Negredo was sold to Sevilla FC (via Real Madrid), and Uche became Almería's most important offensive reference. He finished......
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