Where is Jay-Jay Okocha now?
So good that they named him twice and reknowned for his skill, stepovers and technique, Jay-Jay Okocha finished his playing career in 2008 after a brief spell with Hull City.
Okocha spent the majority of his club career in Europe and had spells at Paris Saint-Germain, Eintracht Frankfurt and Fenerbache in addition to his career in the Premier League.
Internationally, Okocha enjoyed huge success with the Nigerian national side winning both the African Cup of Nations in 1994 as well as an Olympic gold medal in 1996.
He also won a number of individual accolades during his playing career including the Nigerian player of the year award on seven occasions.
Many people within the footballing fraternity acknowledge Okocha as the greatest Nigerian footballer of all time.
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Since retiring from playing, Jay Jay Okocha has returned to his native Nigeria and pursued various business interests which included a nightclub called Club 10 which he has since closed.
Okocha also held the role of vice chairman of the Delta State Football Association (DFA) for two years before getting elected in his current role as the association’s chairman in March 2015.
In June 2016, Okocha launched the Jay-Jay Okocha Foundation with the primary objective of using football to raise awareness on the strategic importance of education, peace and unity for the economic growth of Nigeria.
In July 2017 Okocha represented Nigeria in Star Sixes, a six-a-side indoor international tournament at the O2 in London which featured some of the world’s most iconic footballers.
He currently works as part of the Bundesliga Legends Network which helps to raise awareness of the league in key target markets.
Okocha is also the uncle of current Arsenal player and Nigerian international Alex Iwobi.
Follow Jay-Jay Okocha on Twitter @IAmOkocha
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Jay Jay Okocha: Premier League Statistics
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