Former Rangers playmaker, Chisom Egbuchulam, is back in Sweden’s topflight, Allsvenskan following the promotion of his second tier side, Falkenbergs FF with a match to go.
Interestingly, Egbuchulam played in the topflight for BK Hacken before switching to the lower division after leaving by mutual consent.
“It wasn’t so good at Hacken. At the end of the season, other clubs wanted me but I had a problem with my agent. So I had to return home.
“My plan wasn’t to join Falkenbergs. However, I took up the challenge as they are in the second tier and now we are back. It has been good for me and the team”, he told eunisellfootball.com.
Egbuchulam has scored 14 goals this term to place him amongst the joint top scorers in the Superettan.
Back in 2016, he was one of top stars as
Rangers claimed the Nigeria Professional Football League for the first time in 32 years.
It is a sweet return for Falkenbergs FF who were relegated in 2016.