By Ikenwa Nnabuogor
Gift is a gift and bang, bang, bang, he bangs again to sing his comeback song with his full band.
The KAA Gent pint-sized centre forward chose his usual hat trick route to announce himself again after surviving a harrowing period that saw him go bed with his boots so goal-dry that he was almost beginning to doubt himself.
But that did not affect his transfer worth and the Benue State-born goal machine proved the transfer experts right by netting again, not once but thrice, to up his tally to four in as many games since his goal drought story hit town.
The group’s whipping boys from Iceland in the reverse fixture, this time, were at the receiving end of the famed Orban’s fiery force as the rampant marksman took the home side to the cleaners.
Orban’s romance with the Icelandic ended with a brutal finish, netting four times in the double encounters as the African Young Player of the Year nominee left the stadium high and confident.
The difficult days are in the past for Orban as he appears to walk out of the KAA Gent Arena a happier prince with the handsome princely tag this January so much so that Gent will be balancing the bank books.
The prince could go for in the region of €20m to €30 million with the willing “Sheikhs” holding out for a smart, quick business.
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