|Full name||Michael Emeka Ochei|
|Place of birth||Nigeria|
|Date of death||17 September 2014|
|Place of death||Ballygunge, India|
|2007||Akwa United F.C.|
|Niger Tornadoes F.C.|
|20xx-2011||Shillong Lajong F.C.|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
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Replacing Etienne Barbara at Marsaxlokk over the 2004/05 winter transfer window, Ochei was injured on debut, but was well enough within two months. However, he picked up a red card and a three-month ban for striking Hibernians' defender Ryan Mintoff, despite apologizing within a few days. At the end of March, the Southseasiders decided he was not part of their plans so parted company.
Starting out at Techno Aryan, the CAF Champions League winner stated that the Indian league had money but was still developing. Staying with Shillong Lajong until 2011, the Nigerian spent the next season with George Telegraph, earning promotion to the 2013 I-League 2nd Division and intending secure a place in the I-League.
He died on 17 September 2014. His death was announced by F.C. Hotel Sports, who gave their commiserations.
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