Nigeria football legend voted 11th Premier League's most beautiful players to watch

According to Daily Mail, Jay Jay Okocha added ‘swagger and style to Sam Allardyce's industrious’ Bolton.

Jay Jay Okocha

Nigeria legend Austin ‘Jay-Jay Okocha has been named the 11th Premier League's most beautiful players to watch by English website, Daily Mail.

The website has been serialising a top 50 list of Premier League's most beautiful players to watch and Okocha who played for BoltonWanderers between 2002 and 2006 was placed at the 11th position.

According to the article, Jay Jay Okocha added ‘swagger and style to Sam Allardyce's industrious’ Bolton.

They highlighted his shooting ability and the ‘superb mix of skill and invention which made him a nightmare for the opposition’ as the reasons why he made the list.

Daily describe Okocha’s display against Arsenal where he flicked the ball over Ray Parlour as a ‘magic moment’.

Okocha was influential for Bolton as they avoided relegation in the 2002/03 English Premier League season. The midfielder scored seven goals, including the team Goal of the Season in the vital league win against West Ham United.

That goal was voted Bolton's best Premier League goal in a fans vote in 2008.

Okocha was named captain the next season and led Bolton to their first cup final in nine years where they finished runners-up in the 2004 Football League Cup.

Okocha has since retired and is currently the Chairman of the (DFA).

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