Ex Nigeria Stars, Amokachi, Amuneke To Feature In Equatorial Guinea’s 50th Independence Anniversary Match

By Godwin Aikigbe Former Nigeria forwards, Daniel Amokachi and Emmanuel Amuneke have been named among African legends for Equatorial Guinea’s 50th Independence anniversary match holding in Malabo on October 10. According to Nyasa Times, the match will see other former African football stars from Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Senegal, South Africa, Malawi and Cote d’Ivoire square

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Ex Chelsea Star, Babayaro Recalls Kanu’s Hat-Trick In Arsenal’s Historic Comeback Win At Stamford Bridge

By Godwin Aikigbe Ex Chelsea left-back, Celestine Babayaro, recalled how his former Nigeria team-mate, Nwankwo Kanu scored a hat-trick for Arsenal who came from two goals to win 3-2 in a Premier League game at Stamford Bridge. The former Anderlecht star that joined Chelsea as a teenager after winning Olympic football gold in 1996 and

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Raheem Lawal Has Successful Leg Surgery, Grateful To Fans For Support

By Godwin Aikigbe New Al Ittihad Kalba midfielder, Raheem Lawal has expressed gratitude to fans for their prayers following a successful surgery on his left ankle. The 28-year-old Nigeria midfielder announced the successful operation in an undisclosed hospital in the United Arab Emirate in a post on Instagram, which simply reads: “Successful Surgery 🙏🙏… Thanks

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2019 AFCON: Nigeria Have First Training Session Ahead Of Saturday’s Clash With Seychelles

  By Godwin Aikigbe Super Eagles will this morning have their first training session, preparatory to Saturday’s 2019 African Cup of Nations Group E qualifying tie against Seychelles. Goalkeeprs, Ikechukwu Ezenwa and Danile Akpeyi are latest arrivals at the team’s Savoy Hotel camp on Tuesday, taking the number of players to 20, following earlier arrivals

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LMC, Club Owners Fretting Over NPFL Resumption, Schedule Emergency Joint Meeting For August 30

  By Godwin Aikigbe League Management Company and Club Owners Association are breaking sweat over resumption of the 2017-2018 Nigeria Professional Football League season following a hiatus occasioned by NFF leadership crisis. Most clubs argue they can’t cope with heavy wage bills associated with playing as many as three matches in a week and want

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