During the invincible season in 2004-2005 where Arsenal went 49 matches unbeaten, defender Emmanuel Eboue played a vital role in the team and apparently his name is among those listed among some of Arsenal’s greatest players.
Lucky is Uganda to have him not just for a day or week but for close to one month.
The former Ivory Coast defender jetted into the country yesterday morning courtesy of Bungabet, a new betting company in the country.
According to reliable sources, the former Gunners defender is in Uganda as a World Cup pundit and joins Stoke city star Ibrahima Sonko who arrived on Monday this week on the panel on UBC.
Eboue was recently in the news after he went bankrupt and this was after his wife went away with the whole of his fortune. He was only saved by some French football club that offered him a coaching role with a somehow hefty salary.
Emmanuel Eboue besides winning some trophies with Arsenal was also part of Ivory Coast’s ‘golden generation’ that won the Africa cup of Nations In 2015.