Epithet is a typical element among proficient footballers around the world. In Nigeria, footballers are regularly given monikers by their kindred partners or fans dependent on specific conditions. The following is a rundown of three mainstream Nigerian footballers and their monikers. It will intrigue perusers to get a brief look at how the epithets of these football players began. - Taye Taiwo (The Tornado) The left full back plays for Olympic Marseille of France and the Nigeria Super Eagles. He is prominently called "The Tornado", in view of the shot he packs to his left side leg. He has scored shocking objectives for both club and country on a few events and this has charmed him to the fans henceforth the moniker. He played for Lobi F.C of Nigeria prior to moving for the Ligue 1 side after a fruitful trip with the U-20 National group the Flying Eagles. - Obafemi Martins (Obagoal or Weapon of mass obliteration) He stays quite possibly the most productive strikers in the overlap of the Super Eagles of Nigeria. He as of now carries out his specialty with Russian club side-Rubin Kazan. สมัคร แทงบอลฟรี He has been given the moniker Obagoal from his first name Obafemi and from the way that he has scored heaps of objectives for both club and country. He his additionally generally alluded to as the weapon of mass annihilation, in view of his precision before objective. Obafemi Martins without any assistance scored a support that certified Nigeria for the 2010 FIFA World Cup held in South Africa. Favored with a staggering left footer, he keeps on appreciating rave audit in the global football circle. - Daniel Amokachi (Da Bull) Daniel Owefin Amokachi procured the moniker Da Bull, as a result of his strategic maneuver and all-round execution while playing for the Super Eagles of Nigeria. He had a method of destroying his way against contradicting protection and never yielded when ready. His expertise, force and energy made him a fan top choice and this finished in his been endorsed by top English side-Everton F.C in the stature of his vocation in the 2003-2004 season. He additionally highlighted for Belgian Champions-Anderlecht F.C.