Lack of Game time at Brighton may affects Balogun's Performance in the Super Eagles

Leon Balogun the German born Nigerian International has been struggling for game time since joining English Premier League Side Brighton and Hove Albion in the summer. Not playing regularly at the club level has affected the performance of some Super Eagles players in the past.
Brighton has played eight matches so far in the English Premier League and one in the League Cup this season and Leon Balogun has played just two games, coming on from the substitute bench for Lewis Dunk in the 20th against Manchester United in August and was in Hughton starting eleven the following week against Liverpool, playing the entire game as Brighton lost 1-0 to Liverpool at Anfield.
Lack of game time for any player at club level can make the player to diminish in performance, and that is the current case of Super Eagles star Leon Balogun and that may soon lower his performance for the national team and could also loose his position in the Super Eagles of Nigeria if there is no change.

Brighton will visit St. James Park this weekend and we hope to see Leon Balogun in action against Newcastle United.

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  1. Leon needs to get regular play time at the club for him to maintain his spot in the national team



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