Peter Etebo


  • matches played 170
  • goals 14
  • assists 2
  • Last appearance (days ago) 0

Until now, Oghenekaro Etebo has been present in 37 games. The club of Oghenekaro Etebo, Stoke City, presently holds 16th position in Championship (United Kingdom). In terms of preferred feet, he is a right footer, like 72% of Stoke City. With a height of 1.74m, he undercuts Stoke City's mean tallness by 8. Having been born in 1995, on November 09, Oghenekaro Etebo's age of 23 makes him junior to the average player of Stoke City. On the whole, he joined the pitch seven times and left it 22 times after the start of the match. In the present term, he played less games until end.

Throughout his time as professional football player, he was sanctioned with a card 19 times resulting in a mean value of 1.73 cards per play time. This season he was given seven yellow and one red cards. Oghenekaro Etebo managed to attract a lot of good feedback after his performance at CD Feirense, the team he was subjected to before joining Stoke City. His longest stay in a team counts two years and 6 months in Warri Wolves FC (Nigeria).

He changed four clubs throughout his career as professional. Just three days ago Oghenekaro Etebo played his latest match. Stoke City's jersey number 8 is Oghenekaro Etebo. He is enjoying a great Championship 18/19 (United Kingdom) season so far, netting twice (4.7% of his team's sum) and initializing one goals. This leads to roughly 0.03 assists and 0.05 scores per match in the resent season. One could say he translated to a slighlty diminished form compared to last year yielding a per-match-quota of 0.12 goals and 0.03 assists.

Further, he also operates for Nigeria. Oghenekaro Etebo's squad concluded in a tie in 70% (100% home) in Championship. Therefore they have not won a single match recently but at least managed to end in a draw 4 times. At 163.14lb, he carries 6lb less than the average Stoke City player. His best season was Olympic Games 2016, because in this year he had his highest success in terms of goals. Obviously, he had a couple of bad seasons as well. In Championship 18/19 he had difficulties with multiple penalties.

Oghenekaro Etebo's portfolio includes one accidental own goal, which happened with Nigeria in a match of World Cup (Nigeria). The briefest time his spent on a team counts five months in Las Palmas UD (Spain). Besides Oghenekaro Etebo, there are eleven more midfielders in Stoke City's lot: Daniel Jarvis, Ryan Woods, Tom Ince, James McClean, Joe Allen, Lasse Sorensen, Sam Clucas, Charlie Adam, Darren Fletcher, Oliver Shenton and Thibaud Verlinden.

(Last edited May 8, 2019)