Alex Iwobi parents; Chuba Iwobi
The talented Nigerian footballer player was born to the Iwobi family on 3rd of May, 1996, in Lagos,Nigeria. His passion for football from when was youngster made him to join arsenal club in his primary school days.
The player was only 8 years old, because of his undying love to become a football player he put himself across as a professional footballer and destiny played out itself on him as he was signed at a young age of 19 to the Arsenal club. This was just the beginning of the but break in his career.
Coming back to questions on who is parents are. Alex Iwobi’s father’s name is Chuba Iwobi, at the time of writing this account there was not specific information on the player’s mother, but we knew for sure based on available information that the mother is also a Nigerian and a sister to one of Nigeria’s most prolific football player of all time Jay Jay Okocha.
In an interview, Alex Iwobi reverence his mother, says she is his hero, as she did everything possible to make sure his son succeeded as an international football player. He made mention of how his mother used to make him do football kickups in the living room. Much more, she always invite some group of player comprising of his brother to give him some training session.
Chuba Iwobi, the father if Alex is a professional lawyer and as well a former anateur baller. He raised up his son together with Alex sibling: his sister Marie in Turkey and England where he schooled and steamed his football passion. With time Alex Iwobi met with a Bradford city football star named Tyrell Robinson who immensely contributed to the success of Alex.
The family of Alex can be referred to as great footballers due to the fact that his uncle Jay Jay Okocha was also one of the world’s proclaimed professional football players.
Alex success is owing to the fact that he was bale prove his talent with hardwork and incessant skill development from time to time.
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