Immigration police arrest Nigerian soccer player

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February 26, 2006 13:35

 
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Immigration police arrested Nigerian soccer player Orgy Kloagbanin on Sunday. Kloagbanin arrived in Israel in 2004 with a soccer player's work permit enabling him to play for Kiryat Shmona, but his contract with the team was terminated. Since May 2005, Kloagbanin has lived in Israel illegally. Although Kloagbanin stopped playing for the national league side he was recently said to have been spotted training at Hapoel Lod from the third division, Israel Radio reported.

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