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Tijani Luqman Opeyemi (born 8 July 1990 Lagos, Nigeria)with an Alias of O.S.P is a Nigerian professional soccer player at central defender and right back. He has played in the Nigerian Premier League and Turkish leagues. Through 2016, Opeyemi has played 180 matches, scoring 19 goals. [1]

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  1. Tijani, Luqman. "Luqman Football Career in Turkey".