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Re: Amuneke, Manu, Siasia …

I have decided to revisit the above topic, which first emerged penultimate week, simply because a lot has already gone under the bridge since then, especially as Emmanuel Amuneke failed to win the African U-17 Championship in Niger Republic; which apparently putting a lie to my forecast that he has what it takes to be part of an expectant treble …

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Between NFF And Keshi

One thinks himself smart, the other pretends not to know anything happening around. He chooses to remain silent if that will enable him navigate the turbulent waters. One relies on the powers of the office, the other is banking on his achievement and riding on the good will of the people and endorsement from the government. Both are keeping their …

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FA ELECTION AND THE RETURN OF THE GENERALS I

The NFF supervised elections into the boards of various States’ Football Associations seem to be on course and progressing steadily. Most States are almost through with their elections. But one particular striking feature noticed across the states is the return of the big and known names both at the state level and national level. I’m an unrepentant advocate of continuity …

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MARCH ON GOD’S PROMISES

My message for the third month of the year is the assurance of goodness and mercy that you will enjoy once you key into God’s commandments, as His promises are divine covenants ordained to meet each and every situation in your life. It is a message founded on various aspects of the supernatural value of the number three, which the …

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Merson’s Predictions

Sky Sports’ Paul Merson gives his predictions ahead of the midweek Premier League action on Tuesday and Wednesday, including a bold top four prediction involving north-west rivals… Aston Villa v West Brom (Tuesday, 7.45pm) Villa are without a win in the league since December 7. This is a tough one, especially for a Midlands derby, but I’ll go for a …

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