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Alloysius Agu

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Alloysius Agu

Alloysius Uzoma Agu (born July 12, 1967 in Lagos) is a former football goalkeeper from Nigeria. Their number one choice in the early nineties, he played 28 international matches for the Nigerian national team. He was brought to the 1994 FIFA World Cup and the 1994 African Nations Cup as a cover for Peter Rufai. Agu retired at the age of 30, after having spent most of his career in Africa. He has served as the goalkeepeing coach for Enyimba and in April 2008 was named goalkeeper coach for the national team.

Playing career

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