Super Eagles goalkeeper Maduka Okoye suffered his second 4-0 loss when Sparta Rotterdam fell at home to Camphor in Sunday’s ERTV game.
O’Keefe conceded four goals against Utrecht Sparta in the opening game of the campaign on August 15.
He got a score because he was involved in the riots in Kampur at the Sparta-Stadium Hoofd Castile in Rotterdam.
Nigerian international Issa Cologne was crushed by further attacks from Brace and Alex Bangura and Tom Bore.
Okoye was shown a yellow card after 88 minutes, first referee Martin van der Kerkoff teammate Aaron Meijers off the field for non-conduct.
In France, Super Falcons goalkeeper Siamese Nannadosi suffered the biggest defeat of the season when PSG rival Paris FC outscored State Municipal Georges Lefrey in Saint-Germain-en-Ley.
Nannadosi was in brilliant form in all of Paris FC’s campaigns to hold twice in three wins against State de Reims, Flori and Qingcomb.
But Sandrine found their Waterloo against the Be Brandin Ladies Champions, the Cototo double and Dabridz’s penalty for exposing Diane’s attempt and attempted reach of the crowd.
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