|Full name||Macpherlin Dudu Omagbemi|
|Date of birth||18 July 1985|
|Place of birth||Lagos, Nigeria|
|Height||1.79 m (5 ft 10 1⁄2 in)|
|2002||→ Dempo (loan)||7||(8)|
|2002||→ Salgaocar (loan)||5||(5)|
|2005||→ Penang (loan)||8||(4)|
|2014||→ FC Pune City (loan)||12||(3)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 19:03, 20 May 2015 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).
MacPherlin Dudu Omagbemi (born 18 July 1985 Lagos, Nigeria), commonly known as Dudu, is a Nigerian footballer, who currently plays for East Bengal in the Indian I-League.He is known for being one of the most prolific strikers in the Indian I-League[who?].
Dudu started his career in India in 2001.He is the most tenacious player india as ever seen. When playing in the Indian Football League he had many great successes with Sporting Clube de Goa even becoming the league's top goalscorer. During his time in India he was involved in a scandal when he signed a contract with two different clubs simultaneously; one with SC Goa and another one with Mahindra United. The issue was later settled between the two clubs. He also had few other disputes with SC Goa later on concerning similar incidents.
The charismatic football player rejected the 2008 Olympic call-up to put his career back on track and on 5 August 2008 he joined the 3 time Hungarian champion Debreceni VSC.
In August 2010 Dudu signed a contract with Finnish Division Two club FC OPA from where he was loaned out to Finnish Premier League side KuPS. In October 2010 Dudu signed a contract for 2011 season with another Veikkausliiga team FC Honka. On 4 August 2012, he signed a contract until autumn 2013 with KuPS.On 4th August 2014, Dudu signed for I-League side Kingfisher East Bengal for one year deal.
Sporting Clube de Goa
- 2.Division: 2002–03
- Ekstraklasa: 2007–08
- Finnish League Cup: 2011
- NFL Top Goalscorer: 2004–05
- "MacPherlin Dudu Omagbemi". Kecskeméti TE. Retrieved 8 July 2010.
- "KuPS vahvisti hyökkäystään tutulla nimellä" (in Finnish). 4 August 2012. Retrieved 5 August 2012.