Reuben Omojola Folasanje Agboola (born 30 May 1962) is a Nigerian former footballer who played at left back. He made 268 league appearances in a 13-year career in the Football League, and made nine appearances for Nigeria between 1991 and 1993, appearing at the 1992 African Cup of Nations.

He began his career as an amateur at Southampton in July 1978, after leaving youth side Cheshunt F.C. He turned professional with the "Saints" in April 1980, and helped the club to reach the FA Cup Semi-finals and to achieve a second-place finish in the First Division in 1983–84. He was sold to Sunderland in January 1985 for £150,000. The club struggled, and he was loaned out to Charlton Athletic in 1986. After regaining his first team spot, he helped the "Black Cats" to win back their top-flight status following promotions in 1987–88 and 1989–90. Loaned out to Port Vale in November 1991, he was allowed to move on to Swansea City twelve months later. He ended his career following spells with non-league clubs Woking and Gosport Borough.

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