I don´t know, Wally gave a nice description, but frankly I´m not too convinced a 27 years old striker with this record is what we really need. Frankly we need someone who is good enough for 20-25 goals per season.
I hope that ATV+ doesn't make up stories just to have anything to tell, so I believe it's true:
Afolabi and Dosunmu know each other for many years and played together already in their childhood back in Nigeria. So they're big friends, making life in Vienna much easier and funnier. If Tosin has to leave, I don't think Rabiu will be able to keep his form. No idea if there'd be any difference vice versa...
I know, I found that story on nigerianplayers.com, before ATV even heard his name. But Rabiu has a lot of European travel behind him and sounds mentally stable enough to be free of any influence of same village and stuff. It´s more his concentration, I think.
...yeah, just like the reported interest in the guy from Duisburg. I mean, OK, Austria Wien might still have the biggest budget, but they you don't use it, but inquire about these guys, then it's not really on target to think about guys you and me have thought about....
Wow, indeed could be. But if the description I found is not overhailing him, I guess Inter will pick him up as the 9th striker or such.
A targetman who although being big and surly is also very rapid. At 20 years of age, he is now playing in Italy's Serie A.
2003-04: His good form with bottom club Como in Serie B earned him interest from a number of Serie A clubs, most notably Parma. During the January transfer window, he finally settled for Modena, a smaller Serie A team where his chances for playing-time will be higher. The transfer resulted in a co-ownership between Modena and Genoa (who owned him previously).
2004-05: Left Genoa for Atalanta, bottom team in Serie A, in the January transfer market, after scoring 7 goals in 21 league and cup games. Became an instant hit at Atalanta, and scored against AC Milan at San Siro, and in Atalanta's first away win of the season against Sampdoria, on March 20.