One-time Eagles target Jordon Ibe robbed at knifepoint

One-time Eagles target Jordon Ibe robbed at knifepoint
Jordon Ibe

by Staff Reporter

Sunday Nov 20, 2016. 12:28

Jordon Ibe, who was once penciled down to play for Nigeria’s Super Eagles, has been robbed at knifepoint.

The AFC Bournemouth star lost his 25,000 pounds Rolex wrist watch during the attack after his car was crashed into on his way home from training.

The police are investigating the incident which happened on November 6 in London.

Only recently, West Ham star Andy Carroll was threatened at gun point on his way home from training.

A man is to appear in court in connection with this attack.

Jordon Ibe, who joined Bournemouth on a 15 million pounds move in the summer, was a top target for then Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh, before the former Liverpool winger, whose father is Nigerian, opted to wait for his chance with England.




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