Lukman Haruna Advices Keshi To Invite Only Regular Players
Published: October 06, 2013
Lukman Haruna Advices Keshi To Invite Only Regular Players Nigeria international Lukman Haruna has commented on Dynamo Kiev’s poor start to the season and his form for the capital club.

After 11 games played in the Ukrainian Premier League, the Kievites occupy the 6th position in the standings with 18 points, and there are strong speculations in the media that manager Oleg Blokhin may be fired in the coming weeks if results don’t improve.

“As you can see, I am feeling well and good. I scored on Sunday (September 29) in Dynamo’s 2-2 draw with Vorskla.

“The team has been doing well but we are trying to come back on our feet.

“I have been here for about two years now and things are looking good for me and I am happy about that,” says Lukman Haruna to the online edition of Punch.

Despite churning out brilliant performances for Dynamo Kiev, Nigeria gaffer Stephen Keshi has not considered Haruna for selection.

“Nobody can answer the question, ‘Why has Lukman Haruna been left out of the national team?’

“People say what they need to say but I am not worried, the God I serve will definitely fight for me; the ball I play will definitely speak for me.

“I pray for the team and wish them the best. I play every game for my club and that is more important.

“If the national team is where you can play only if you play for your club regularly, I think it will be good,”  the ex Monaco star told punchng.com.

22 - year - old Lukman Haruna was the youngest player for the Nigeria selection at the last World Cup held in South Africa.

Photo Credit : fcdynamo.kiev.ua.