The Creative Championship


TCCL team of the Week (Gameweek 4)

6th February, 2022


Abiodun Olalekan Adebayo (Valiant FC)

Despite his side’s loss, he was the reason they failed to concede more than that. Abiodun helped reduce the damage for Valiant and in the process earned himself a place in the



Ahmed Akinyele (Beyond Limit FC)

For the first time this season, Beyond Limits kept a clean sheet. And central to that performance was Ahmed Akinyele whose timely tackles formed a solid base for Coach Olumide’s side.


Solomon Chinansa Agbalaka (Broad City FC)

Although his side conceded two goals, Solomon scored the first of the three his side managed on Matchweek 4.


Oluwayemi E. OMONIYI (Broad City FC)

Central to the cohesion his side showed in defense, Oluwayemi put on a stellar performance to ensure his side’s lead didn’t slip 


Samuel Asogbon (Broad City FC)

Samuel was one of the defenders responsible for keeping Valiant at bay when it mattered the most. 


Waheed Taofeek (Dannaz FC)

Dannaz could have conceded more than two goals. However, Waheed was on hand to ensure that theirs ended up in being a respectable loss.



Bilyaminu Abdullahi (Imperial FC) 

A goalscoring effort in a fine performance. Abdullahi’s box to box abilities indicate a new level.


Agboola Ifeoluwa (Valiant FC)

Scored from the penalty spot and influenced the game in a valiant defeat. 


Gbadegesin Ogunfegimi (Iganmu FC) 

Netted the winner against Gbagada and ran the game from start to finish. A conductor in the middle of the park.


Victor Yuana (Broad City)

He was magnificent and quite devastating against the Brave Boys. The forward played key roles in leading his side to a comeback win.


Muyideen Olude (Beyond Limits)

The X-factor in the fixture. A scorer of both goals to earn his side a comfortable win at home.


Godwin Gibson

The Dino SC coach master-minded a second successive win for the landlords of the Lion’s Den. After a poor start, one of the longest-serving coaches in the league has found his mojo again.