The former Flying Eagles star linked up with Goztepe from Hungarian side Ujpest.
He teamed up with Brown Ideye at the club.
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“Born on November 29, 1996 in Enugu, Nigeria, Nwobodo played in teams of his country, and in the 2017-18 season, he transfered to the Hungarian team in the following seasons.
“We welcome Obinna Nwobodo to Goztepe and wish him success with our team.”
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