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Joseph Enakarhire
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Full name Joseph Enakarhire
Date of birth 6 November 1982 (1982-11-06) (age 27)
Place of birth    Warri, Nigeria
Height 1.84 m (6 ft +12 in)
Playing position Defender
Youth career
1998–1999
1999–2001
Rangers International
Standard Liège
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
2001–2004
2004–2005
2005–2008
2006–2007
2007–2008
Standard Liège
Sporting CP
Dynamo Moscow
Bordeaux (loan)
Panathinaikos (loan)
75 (1)
19 (0)
9 (1)
16 (0)
2 (0)   
National team2
2002– Nigeria 22 (2)

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
2 National team caps and goals correct
as of 1 February 2009.
* Appearances (Goals)

Joseph Enakarhire (born 6 November 1982) is a Nigerian football defender, who is currently without a club.

His main asset is his incredible stamina and adaptability (he can operate as either right and centre back).

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Club career

Born in Warri, Enakarhire impressed at a young age at Royal Standard de Liège, before joining Sporting Clube de Portugal in 2004–05,[1] where he eventually became first-choice. However, after just one season, he was sold to Russia's big-spending club FC Dynamo Moscow.[2]

Unsettled, Enakarhire was loaned, in August 2006, to French League outfit FC Girondins de Bordeaux, as another former Sporting defender, Beto, left for Recreativo de Huelva, also on loan.[3] He was relatively used during the season and, after Bordeaux decided against signing him permanently, he joined Greece's Panathinaikos FC on a season-long loan.[4]

In July 2009, Enakarhire had an unsuccessful trial with FC Metz.[5]

International career

An international since 2003, Enakarhire appeared with the Super Eagles at the 2004 and 2006 African Nations Cups, being an undisputed starter in the latter, as Nigeria finished third, only conceding three goals.

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