Eagles Defender Musa Mohammed Plays Ten Minutes For Bosnian Side In First League Game Since Turning Professional


Former Golden Eaglet and Flying Eagles captain Musa Mohammed made his league debut for Bosnian side FK Zeljeznicar in their 0-1 loss to FK Krupa.


He joined FK Zeljeznicar on a six months loan deal, and after impressing in one of the games he played for them during their camping in Turkey, he was handed a 10 minutes run out in their first clash following the resumption of the league in Bosnia.

The Super Eagles defender moved to Bosnia during the January transfer window, due to lack of game time at Turkish side Istanbul Basaksehir, where he has failed to play in the league eighteen months after his transfer.

Since turning professional, the former Besiktas of Turkey target has not played in a league game until today, and he will be hoping to make his first ever start in a league game in their next tie.

His future with the Nigeria senior national team is linked to the number of games he plays in Bosnia, as coach of the Super Eagles Gernot Rohr has long voiced the need for him to play games at club level.