Moses relishing outing against Red Bulls

BY GODWIN AIKIGBE— Chelsea midfielder, Victor Moses, is pleased to have played a part in their Thursday’s 4-2 defeat to New York Red Bulls. The 24-year-old , who recently returned from a loan at Stoke City, played the first 45 minutes and hit the upright, as the England champions where handed a reality check by

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Mikel: Chelsea is my home!

BY ABAYOMI JOHNSON— John Mikel Obi says Chelsea are his family and has no plan to leave Stamford Bridge this summer, as the Nigeria midfielder heads into his 10th season with the Blues. Jose Mourinho has resolved to keep hold on the former Lyn Oslo player that is now the longest-serving player behind the captain

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Wenger: I’m committed to Arsenal than ever

BY GODWIN AIKIGBE— Arsene Wenger has reiterated his commitment to Arsenal, this time, more than ever before, as he gets set to for his 20th season in English football. Now the longest-serving manager in England, the professor of Economics told the club’s official website that he has never contemplated leaving Arsenal and, that he remains

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Podolski slaps opponent in Gala game

BY INNOCENT AMOMOH— Turkish football has reported about Galatasaray striker Lukas Podolski  giving Celta Vigo’s Gustavo Cabral a cheeky slap in a friendly game on  Tuesday, July 21. The former Arsenal man had an altercation with Cabral, which was followed by a slap on the cheek. Luckily for Podolski his opponent did not go down

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Ronaldo is world’s best-Benitez

BY GODWIN AIKIGBE— Rafael Nadal has described Cristiano Ronaldo as the best player in the world, as the new Real Madrid boss seeks to clarify his rapport with the forward. Both men have had some minor burst-ups since preparations for the new season started, with the Ronaldo remarkably furious after his goal was disallowed in

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Oliseh: Eagles must hit the ground running

BY GODWIN AIKIGBE— New Nigeria boss, Sunday Oliseh, has called for calm and wants Nigerians to be patient, preparatory to Super Eagles’ busy schedule. Oliseh took up the team’s reins last week will guide Nigeria to Tanzania in September for a crucial 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier and then confront Burkina Faso over two

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Nigeria U17 relish ‘Diaspora’ challenge

BY ABAYOMI JOHNSON— Head Coach, Nigeria U17 National Team, Emmanuel Amuneke, has welcomed the Nigeria Football Federation’s proposed two-legged friendly with their Nigerian counterparts in Diaspora. According to a statement from the Nigeria Football Federation on its official website, the Diaspora team made up of players from United Kingdom, Europe,USA and Canada  would expectedly play

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FIFA U20: Liberia girls storm Nigeria for redemption

BY GODWIN AIKIGBE— The delegation of U-20 Women National Team of Liberia to Saturday’s 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup qualifier against the Falconets will arrive in Nigeria on Friday, the Nigeria Football Federation reveals on its official website. The Confederation of African Football has appointed officials from Togo to take charge of the encounter,

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