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Victor Anichebe

Victor Chinedu Anichebe (born 23 April 1988) is a retired Nigerian professional footballer who played as a striker.

Victor Anichebe
Anichebe playing for Everton in 2011
Personal information
Full name Victor Chinedu Anichebe
Date of birth (1988-04-23)23 April 1988 (age 33)
Place of birth Lagos, Nigeria
Height 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)
Position(s) Striker
Youth career
2003–2006 Everton
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2006–2013 Everton 131 (18)
2013–2016 West Bromwich Albion 55 (6)
2016–2017 Sunderland 18 (3)
2017 Beijing Enterprises 11 (2)
National team
2008 Nigeria U23 5 (2)
2008–2011 Nigeria 11 (1)
Honours
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 28 October 2017
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 17 November 2011

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Anichebe was born in Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria but moved to Liverpool, Merseyside, England aged one. His family originally lived in Toxteth before settling in Crosby. He is the cousin of former professional football player Iffy Onuora, Olympian Anyika Onuora and professional basketball player Chiz Onuora. He is also an Olympic silver medallist, competing for Nigeria in the 2008 Olympics.

In March 2009, Anichebe received an apology from Cheshire Police when he was confronted for looking in a jeweller's window in Knutsford and his friend Lee Peltier of Liverpool handcuffed. Anichebe was on crutches due to injury at the time, and believed that the police took action because the pair are black.

Everton

Anichebe playing for Everton in 2011

Anichebe made his reserve-team debut for Everton as a 15-year-old and his first-team debut less than two years later on 27 February 2006, as a substitute in the 89th minute of Everton's FA Cup fourth round tie against Chelsea, replacing Simon Davies. He signed his first professional contract with Everton, a two-year deal, in April 2006. On 7 May 2006, he scored his first Premier League goal, against West Bromwich Albion. He was awarded Everton's Reserve Player of the Season for the 2005–06 season.

Anichebe scored his first two Premier League goals of the 2006–07 campaign in a 3–0 win against Newcastle United on 30 December 2006. His contract was extended by four years towards the end of the season as Everton qualified for the UEFA Cup. In the UEFA Cup, Anichebe scored four times, against Metalist Kharkiv, AE Larissa, 1. FC Nürnberg and Brann of Norway after coming on as a late second-half substitute in many of the matches.[citation needed] At the end of the season, he was voted by Everton fans as their Young Player of the Season.

On 22 February 2009, in a match against Newcastle United, a tackle from Kevin Nolan left Anichebe and unable to play for 11 months. Nolan, who received a straight red card for the foul, later settled out of court when Anichebe sued for loss of earnings. He returned to first team action in January 2010 in a 2–0 victory over Sunderland. His first goal on rejoining the squad came two months later in a 2–2 draw with Birmingham City. In January 2011, he signed a new four-and-a-half-year contract with Everton, along with teammate Séamus Coleman.

Anichebe suffered a groin injury while on international duty in September and did not play for the rest of 2011. He made his return as a second-half substitute on 1 January 2012, against West Bromwich Albion and scored in the 87th minute to give Everton a 1–0 away win. He continued his comeback by coming off the bench to score the equaliser in a 1–1 with Aston Villa on 14 January. Anichebe continued his goalscoring form by scoring his third goal of the season as a substitute in a 1–1 with Wigan Athletic on 4 February. His appearance also meant he became Everton's most used substitute in the history of the club, breaking Duncan Ferguson's old record of 82.

In his first Premier League start of the 2012–13 season, Anichebe scored the opening goal in a 3–0 win over Swansea City with a left-footed effort from close in. He then missed a number of games due to an hamstring injury, but returned in December to score a header to level the match against West Ham United at 1–1. Everton went on to win 2–1. He provided two assists during the festive season before scoring the winner against Newcastle United on 2 January 2013.

In February, Anichebe scored his first goal in the FA Cup of his Everton career against Oldham Athletic in a match which ended 2–2. In the second half of the season, he was used as Everton's main striker due to his impressive displays and the drop in form of Nikica Jelavić. In late March, Anichebe said he wanted to finish the season with a goal tally in double figures, but he finished with 8 goals from 32 matches, still the most he has scored in a single season in his career.

West Bromwich Albion

On 2 September 2013, Anichebe transferred to West Bromwich Albion in a deal which could rise to £6 million. On 2 February, Anichebe scored his second league goal against Liverpool to earn West Brom a point. On 11 February, he came on as a substitute and scored against Chelsea to earn West Brom a point.

On 18 May 2016, it was announced Anichebe and Stéphane Sessègnon would leave West Brom at the end of the 2015–16 season.

Sunderland

On 2 September 2016, Anichebe signed a one-year contract with Sunderland to play under manager David Moyes, the club's ninth signing of the summer. His first goal for the club came on 5 November 2016, when he scored in a 2–1 win against AFC Bournemouth, as Sunderland came from behind—with ten men—to secure their first win of the 2016–17 Premier League season. He followed that up in the next match, on 19 November 2016, when he scored two goals in a 3–0 home win against Hull City. His performances in November earned him a nomination for the PFA Fans Player of the Month award.

Beijing Enterprises

On 23 June 2017, Anichebe joined Chinese club Beijing Enterprises after he was released by Sunderland.

Anichebe playing for Nigeria in 2008

Anichebe made his debut for Nigeria on 26 March 2008 in an Olympic games qualifying match against South Africa. Anichebe came off the substitutes' bench to score the final goal in a 3–0 victory for Nigeria. He made his first start for Nigeria alongside fellow Everton player Yakubu in a friendly against Austria on 27 May 2008 being replaced at half-time.

Anichebe was selected to represent Nigeria at the 2008 Summer Olympics. On 10 August 2008, he scored Nigeria's second goal in their match against Japan. Nigeria eventually reached the final, which they lost 1–0 to Argentina, with Anichebe receiving a silver medal.

Anichebe was not selected on the final 23-man roster for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa despite a good performance during a friendly against Saudi Arabia. He scored his first senior team goal in the March 2011 friendly against Kenya. Anichebe suffered a groin injury during a 2012 African Cup of Nations qualifying match against Madagascar in September 2011, with Nigeria head coach Samson Siasia blaming the poor pitch. The Super Eagles won the match 2–0 but would miss out on qualification for the tournament one month later, with the injured Anichebe unable to take part in the deciding group match against Guinea.

In October 2012, Anichebe announced he was focusing on his form for club side Everton, rather than on earning a return to the Nigerian team. He was subsequently omitted from the squad for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, a tournament which Nigeria won. In May 2013, Anichebe temporarily retired from international football to concentrate on his club career. However, he said he would return to international football in the future.

Club

As of match played 14 October 2017
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Europe Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Everton 2005–06 Premier League 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 1
2006–07 Premier League 19 3 1 0 3 1 0 0 23 4
2007–08 Premier League 27 1 1 0 4 0 9 4 41 5
2008–09 Premier League 17 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 22 1
2009–10 Premier League 11 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 1
2010–11 Premier League 16 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 19 0
2011–12 Premier League 12 5 3 0 1 1 0 0 16 6
2012–13 Premier League 26 6 4 1 2 1 0 0 32 8
2013–14 Premier League 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Total 131 18 16 1 10 3 11 4 168 26
West Bromwich Albion 2013–14 Premier League 24 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 3
2014–15 Premier League 21 3 2 3 2 0 0 0 23 6
2015–16 Premier League 10 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 14 0
Total 55 6 5 3 3 0 0 0 63 9
Sunderland 2016–17 Premier League 18 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 19 3
Beijing Enterprises 2017 China League One 11 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 2
Career total 215 29 21 4 14 3 11 4 261 40

International

Source:
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
Nigeria 2008 4 0
2010 1 0
2011 6 1
Total 11 1
Scores and results list Nigeria's goal tally first.
No Date Venue Cap Opponent Score Result Competition
1 29 March 2011 National Stadium, Abuja, Nigeria 7 Kenya 2–0 3–0 Friendly
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Victor Anichebe Language Watch Edit Victor Chinedu Anichebe born 23 April 1988 is a retired Nigerian professional footballer who played as a striker 4 Victor AnichebeAnichebe playing for Everton in 2011Personal informationFull nameVictor Chinedu Anichebe 1 Date of birth 1988 04 23 23 April 1988 age 33 2 Place of birthLagos NigeriaHeight1 91 m 6 ft 3 in 3 Position s StrikerYouth career2003 2006EvertonSenior career YearsTeamApps Gls 2006 2013Everton131 18 2013 2016West Bromwich Albion55 6 2016 2017Sunderland18 3 2017Beijing Enterprises11 2 National team 2008Nigeria U235 2 2008 2011Nigeria11 1 Honours Representing NigeriaMen s Football2008 Beijing Team Competition Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 28 October 2017 National team caps and goals correct as of 17 November 2011 Contents 1 Early life 2 Club career 2 1 Everton 2 2 West Bromwich Albion 2 3 Sunderland 2 4 Beijing Enterprises 3 International career 4 Career statistics 4 1 Club 4 2 International 5 References 6 External linksEarly life EditAnichebe was born in Lagos Lagos State Nigeria 5 but moved to Liverpool Merseyside England aged one His family originally lived in Toxteth before settling in Crosby He is the cousin of former professional football player Iffy Onuora 6 Olympian Anyika Onuora and professional basketball player Chiz Onuora He is also an Olympic silver medallist competing for Nigeria in the 2008 Olympics 7 In March 2009 Anichebe received an apology from Cheshire Police when he was confronted for looking in a jeweller s window in Knutsford and his friend Lee Peltier of Liverpool handcuffed Anichebe was on crutches due to injury at the time and believed that the police took action because the pair are black 8 9 Club career EditEverton Edit Anichebe playing for Everton in 2011 Anichebe made his reserve team debut for Everton as a 15 year old and his first team debut less than two years later on 27 February 2006 as a substitute in the 89th minute of Everton s FA Cup fourth round tie against Chelsea replacing Simon Davies He signed his first professional contract with Everton a two year deal in April 2006 10 On 7 May 2006 he scored his first Premier League goal against West Bromwich Albion 11 He was awarded Everton s Reserve Player of the Season for the 2005 06 season 12 Anichebe scored his first two Premier League goals of the 2006 07 campaign in a 3 0 win against Newcastle United on 30 December 2006 His contract was extended by four years towards the end of the season as Everton qualified for the UEFA Cup In the UEFA Cup Anichebe scored four times against Metalist Kharkiv AE Larissa 1 FC Nurnberg and Brann of Norway after coming on as a late second half substitute in many of the matches citation needed At the end of the season he was voted by Everton fans as their Young Player of the Season 13 On 22 February 2009 in a match against Newcastle United a tackle from Kevin Nolan left Anichebe and unable to play for 11 months 14 Nolan who received a straight red card for the foul later settled out of court when Anichebe sued for loss of earnings 15 He returned to first team action in January 2010 in a 2 0 victory over Sunderland His first goal on rejoining the squad came two months later in a 2 2 draw with Birmingham City In January 2011 he signed a new four and a half year contract with Everton along with teammate Seamus Coleman 16 Anichebe suffered a groin injury while on international duty in September and did not play for the rest of 2011 17 He made his return as a second half substitute on 1 January 2012 against West Bromwich Albion and scored in the 87th minute to give Everton a 1 0 away win 18 He continued his comeback by coming off the bench to score the equaliser in a 1 1 with Aston Villa on 14 January 19 Anichebe continued his goalscoring form by scoring his third goal of the season as a substitute in a 1 1 with Wigan Athletic on 4 February 20 His appearance also meant he became Everton s most used substitute in the history of the club breaking Duncan Ferguson s old record of 82 21 In his first Premier League start of the 2012 13 season Anichebe scored the opening goal in a 3 0 win over Swansea City with a left footed effort from close in 22 He then missed a number of games due to an hamstring injury but returned in December to score a header to level the match against West Ham United at 1 1 23 Everton went on to win 2 1 24 He provided two assists during the festive season before scoring the winner against Newcastle United on 2 January 2013 25 In February Anichebe scored his first goal in the FA Cup of his Everton career against Oldham Athletic in a match which ended 2 2 26 In the second half of the season he was used as Everton s main striker due to his impressive displays and the drop in form of Nikica Jelavic 27 In late March Anichebe said he wanted to finish the season with a goal tally in double figures but he finished with 8 goals from 32 matches still the most he has scored in a single season in his career 28 West Bromwich Albion Edit On 2 September 2013 Anichebe transferred to West Bromwich Albion in a deal which could rise to 6 million 29 On 2 February Anichebe scored his second league goal against Liverpool to earn West Brom a point On 11 February he came on as a substitute and scored against Chelsea to earn West Brom a point 30 On 18 May 2016 it was announced Anichebe and Stephane Sessegnon would leave West Brom at the end of the 2015 16 season 31 Sunderland Edit On 2 September 2016 Anichebe signed a one year contract with Sunderland to play under manager David Moyes the club s ninth signing of the summer 32 33 His first goal for the club came on 5 November 2016 when he scored in a 2 1 win against AFC Bournemouth as Sunderland came from behind with ten men to secure their first win of the 2016 17 Premier League season 34 He followed that up in the next match on 19 November 2016 when he scored two goals in a 3 0 home win against Hull City 35 His performances in November earned him a nomination for the PFA Fans Player of the Month award 36 Beijing Enterprises Edit On 23 June 2017 Anichebe joined Chinese club Beijing Enterprises after he was released by Sunderland 37 International career Edit Anichebe playing for Nigeria in 2008 Anichebe made his debut for Nigeria on 26 March 2008 in an Olympic games qualifying match against South Africa Anichebe came off the substitutes bench to score the final goal in a 3 0 victory for Nigeria He made his first start for Nigeria alongside fellow Everton player Yakubu in a friendly against Austria on 27 May 2008 being replaced at half time 38 Anichebe was selected to represent Nigeria at the 2008 Summer Olympics On 10 August 2008 he scored Nigeria s second goal in their match against Japan Nigeria eventually reached the final which they lost 1 0 to Argentina with Anichebe receiving a silver medal 39 Anichebe was not selected on the final 23 man roster for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa despite a good performance 40 during a friendly against Saudi Arabia He scored his first senior team goal in the March 2011 friendly against Kenya Anichebe suffered a groin injury during a 2012 African Cup of Nations qualifying match against Madagascar in September 2011 with Nigeria head coach Samson Siasia blaming the poor pitch 17 The Super Eagles won the match 2 0 but would miss out on qualification for the tournament one month later with the injured Anichebe unable to take part in the deciding group match against Guinea 41 In October 2012 Anichebe announced he was focusing on his form for club side Everton rather than on earning a return to the Nigerian team He was subsequently omitted from the squad for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations a tournament which Nigeria won In May 2013 Anichebe temporarily retired from international football to concentrate on his club career However he said he would return to international football in the future 42 Career statistics EditClub Edit As of match played 14 October 2017 43 44 Appearances and goals by club season and competition Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Europe TotalDivision Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps GoalsEverton 2005 06 Premier League 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 12006 07 Premier League 19 3 1 0 3 1 0 0 23 42007 08 Premier League 27 1 1 0 4 0 9 4 41 52008 09 Premier League 17 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 22 12009 10 Premier League 11 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 12010 11 Premier League 16 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 19 02011 12 Premier League 12 5 3 0 1 1 0 0 16 62012 13 Premier League 26 6 4 1 2 1 0 0 32 82013 14 Premier League 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0Total 131 18 16 1 10 3 11 4 168 26West Bromwich Albion 2013 14 Premier League 24 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 32014 15 Premier League 21 3 2 3 2 0 0 0 23 62015 16 Premier League 10 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 14 0Total 55 6 5 3 3 0 0 0 63 9Sunderland 2016 17 Premier League 18 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 19 3Beijing Enterprises 2017 China League One 11 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 2Career total 215 29 21 4 14 3 11 4 261 40International Edit Source 45 Appearances and goals by national team and year National team Year Apps GoalsNigeria 2008 4 02010 1 02011 6 1Total 11 1Scores and results list Nigeria s goal tally first 45 No Date Venue Cap Opponent Score Result Competition1 29 March 2011 National Stadium Abuja Nigeria 7 Kenya 2 0 3 0 FriendlyReferences Edit Updated Premier League squads for 2016 17 released Premier League 2 February 2017 Retrieved 22 November 2019 V Anichebe Summary Soccerway Perform Group Retrieved 22 November 2019 Victor Anichebe Overview Premier League Retrieved 22 November 2019 Victor Anichebe Goals Passion The Guardian Nigeria News Nigeria and World News 30 April 2019 Retrieved 1 June 2021 Victor Anichebe Barry Hugman s Footballers Retrieved 22 November 2019 kalu exposes Ethiopia s Iffy Onuora All Nigeria Sports 3 February 2011 Archived from the original on 8 March 2012 Retrieved 23 February 2011 What s happened to Nigeria s 2008 Olympic silver medalists ESPN com 24 August 2018 Retrieved 24 May 2020 Police offer apology to Anichebe BBC News 12 March 2009 Retrieved 26 January 2021 Police sorry for holding Everton star Metro 17 March 2009 Retrieved 26 January 2021 Agberebi James 23 April 2020 CAF Sends Birthday Wishes To Ex Eagles Striker Anichebe At 32 Complete Sports Retrieved 24 May 2020 Victor Anichebe s first Everton goal dead link Everton FC Victor Anichebe Goals Passion guardian ng 30 April 2019 Retrieved 24 May 2020 Young Player of the Season Archived 10 February 2012 at the Wayback Machine Everton FC Smith Rory 4 March 2011 Newcastle United make payment to Everton s Victor Anichebe over Kevin Nolan tackle The Daily Telegraph ISSN 0307 1235 Retrieved 24 May 2020 Echo Liverpool 4 March 2011 Everton FC s Victor Anichebe receives six figure out of court settlement from Newcastle United liverpoolecho Retrieved 24 May 2020 Echo Liverpool 20 January 2011 Seamus Coleman and Victor Anichebe sign new Everton FC deals liverpoolecho Retrieved 24 May 2020 a b Everton FC facing a potential striker crisis after learning that Victor Anichebe will be out until Christmas with a groin tear Liverpool Echo 8 September 2011 Retrieved 1 January 2012 West Brom 0 1 Everton BBC Sport Retrieved 1 January 2012 Aston Villa 1 1 Everton BBC Sport 14 January 2012 Retrieved 14 January 2012 Wigan 1 1 Everton BBC Sport Retrieved 5 February 2012 Most Substitute Appearances for Everton All Competitions Everton Results Retrieved 8 April 2012 Swansea 0 3 Everton BBC Sport Retrieved 30 May 2013 Everton trio Tony Hibbert Darron Gibson and Victor Anichebe miss Sunderland clash The Independent London 9 November 2012 Retrieved 30 May 2013 West Ham 1 2 Everton BBC Sport Retrieved 30 May 2013 Newcastle 1 2 Everton BBC Sport Retrieved 30 May 2013 Nigerians Abroad Ighalo scores against Barcelona Anichebe scores against Oldham and Nwofor helps Venlo to a rare away win Goal com Retrieved 30 May 2013 Moyes believes Anichebe is gradually repaying Everton s faith on him Allsports com Retrieved 30 May 2013 Everton FC striker Victor Anichebe wants double figures Liverpool Daily Post Retrieved 30 May 2013 West Brom sign Stephane Sessegnon and Victor Anichebe BBC Sport Retrieved 3 September 2013 Martinez Explains Anichebe Exit Everton F C Retrieved 3 September 2013 Albion confirm Hawthorns departures West Bromwich Albion F C 18 May 2016 Victor Anichebe Sunderland sign striker until end of season BBC Sport Retrieved 2 September 2016 Striker Anichebe joins 2 September 2016 Retrieved 2 September 2016 A F C Bournemouth 1 2 Sunderland BBC Sport Sunderland 3 0 Hull City BBC Sport Victor Anichebe nominated for Player of the Month award chroniclelive co uk 29 November 2016 Transfer News Victor Anichebe leaves Sunderland for Chinese side Beijing Enterprises Goal com Goal com 23 June 2017 Retrieved 23 June 2017 Victor Anichebe reveals why he was drop from Super Eagles final squad in 2010 World Cup in South Africa The Score Nigeria The Score Nigeria 22 May 2020 Retrieved 24 May 2020 Marcus Jeffrey 23 August 2008 Messi and Aguero Lead Argentina to Soccer Gold The New York Times ISSN 0362 4331 Retrieved 24 May 2020 Victor Anichebe reveals why he was drop from Super Eagles final squad in 2010 World Cup in South Africa The Score Nigeria The Score Nigeria 22 May 2020 Retrieved 24 May 2020 Nigeria fail to qualify for Africa Cup of Nations The Times of India Retrieved 1 January 2012 Anichebe quits Super Eagles ESPN FC Retrieved 30 May 2013 Nigeria s Anichebe retires from international football Yahoo Retrieved 30 May 2013 V ANICHEBE Soccerway Retrieved 4 September 2015 Victor Anichebe Soccerbase Retrieved 4 September 2015 a b Anichebe Victor National Football Teams Benjamin Strack Zimmermann Retrieved 22 November 2019 External links EditWikimedia Commons has media related to Victor Anichebe Victor Anichebe FIFA competition record archived Victor Anichebe UEFA competition record archive Victor Anichebe at Soccerbase Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Victor Anichebe amp 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