Amaju Pinnick must go, says Ezeugo

BY ABAYOMI JOHNSON— Ex-Nigeria international, Emeka Ezeugo, has joined a growing number of stakeholders of Nigerian football calling for resignation of the President of Nigeria Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick. Pinnick is alleged to have travelled to London to watch Sunday’s Community Shield clash between Arsenal and Chelsea at Wembley, the same day two national teams

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Oliseh meets Moses in London

BY GODWIN AIKIGBE— Nigeria manager, Sunday Oliseh has had a fruitful meeting with Chelsea player Victor Moses in London, as he continues to hold talks with senior Super Eagles players ahead of the upcoming 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifying clash with Tanzania. The former Nigeria skipper, who was unveiled last month as Stephen Keshi’s

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Ousted Falcons return, proceed on one-week break

BY GODWIN AIKIGBE— The Nigeria female national team, Super Falcons embarked on a one-week break, upon their arrival from Equatorial Guinea, where they were eliminated from the race to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Coach Chris Danjuma immediately announced the break, over which they will re-group for preparations for the Women’s Football

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Suarez primed for season start-Enrique

BY GODWIN AIKIGBE— Barcelona boss, Luis Enrique is confident Luis Suarez will make a flying start to the new season, starting with the August 11th Spanish Super Cup clash with Sevilla. Assessing his team heading into the new campaign, Enrique said the 28-year-old former Liverpool striker that scored 16 goals in 27 games to help

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Nigeria FA kicks against hooliganism

President, Nigeria Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick, has told clubs and their fans to desist from any acts of violence during league matches. Speaking in the wake of Sunday’s commencement of the second stanza of the 2014-2015 Globacom Premier League season, Pinnick stated that any stadium in the country where any act of hooliganism is unleashed

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Nigeria U23 embark on a week’s break

Head Coach of the U-23 National Team, Samson Siasia has given his players a one-week break to unwind, rest with their families and get set for the task ahead, NFF has reported on its official website. Addressing the players before departing Pointe Noire for Nigeria, Siasia warned the boys to remain focused and be good

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Arsenal have scaled Chelsea hurdle-Wenger

BY GODWIN AIKIGBE— Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger have started basking in the euphoria of overcoming Chelsea 1-0 to lift the Community Shield at Wembley on Sunday. Reflecting on the encounter decided in the Gunners’ favour by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s first-half goal, the French coach said his team are now aware they can beat Chelsea while the

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Ibe relishing Liverpool prominence

BY INNOCENT AMOMOH— Jordan Ibe now knows he has to keep working hard to please his growing fan base. The youngster was only made aware of his growing popularity across the globe on Saturday in Helsinki, when a fan broke all security barriers to encapsulate the player with Nigerian roots for a selfie. As the

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