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Eneramo Joins Al-Ettifaq Football Club Of Saudi Arabia

Former Super Eagles striker Michael Eneramo has joined Saudi Arabian side Al-Ettifaq FC on a free transfer after the expiration of his deal with Turkish side Manisaspor. 31 year old Eneramo is not entirely new to playing in Saudi Arabia as he had a short stint with Al-Shabab in 2004, where he played 8 games with a goal to his …

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NIGERIA WOMEN’S LEAGUE STARTS

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I Want To Make A Difference Says Coach Bunmi Blair

Abuja based journalist Bunmi Haruna says his love for youth football development is the motivation behind his recently acquired CAF License B coaching certificate. ‎The radio OAP with top Nigeria radio stations, Cool-Wazobia-Nigeria Info FM was one of the 75 participants who were put through modern day coaching techniques during the two-week 2017 CAF License B coaching course between March …

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Dikko Closes CAF B-License Coaching Course In Abuja

NFF 2nd Vice President/LMC Chairman, Mallam Shehu Dikko on Friday charged Nigerian coaches to be willing to invest in learning new trends and technological innovations in the game in order to be abreast of developments in the sector at all times. Dikko also challenged indigenous coaches to always support one another, especially when any of them is appointed into the …

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Injured Moses Fit For Chelsea Ahead Crystal Palace Clash

The debate surrounding the legitimacy of the injury that forced Chelsea Victor Moses to pull out of Nigeria’s friendly game against Senegal is set to be re -ignited as he has been passed fit for Chelsea. Moses pulled out of Nigeria’s friendly due to a knock picked up in Chelsea’s last game before the international break, but most Nigerians were …

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NFF Mourns Paul ‘Wonderboy’ Hamilton

The Nigeria Football Federation has paid glowing tributes to former Nigeria player and coach, Paul Hamilton, who passed on Thursday day in Lagos after a protracted illness. Dr. Sanusi Mohammed, NFF General Secretary, said: “We are in terrible shock. ‘Wonderboy’ Hamilton was a perfect gentleman in the real sense of the word, despite being a former international player for Nigeria …

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Ebere Eze Has Unbelievable Ability, Says QPR Manager

QPR boss Ian Holloway has tipped Super Eagles new boy Ebere Eze for a prominent role in the team in a not too distant future judging by how well he has settled at the club. Eze joined the team from Millwall as a free agent in the summer and has emerged as one of the best players for the U23s, …

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Wanderers Monitoring Injured Ikeme

Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Carl Ikeme could miss the team’s English Championship clash against Cardiff City at the Molineux Stadium on Saturday. The 30-year-old Nigerian missed the Super Eagles’ recent friendly match with Senegal after picking up a knock during training in London, England. Wanderers coach Paul Lambert has revealed that his first-choice shot-stopper is being monitored ahead of their clash …

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Ogu Wishes Alli, Alaba Played For Nigeria

Super Eagles midfielder John Ogu is confident the team will no longer lose players of Nigerian heritage to other national teams. Some high-profile players with Nigerian blood like Tottenham’s Dele Alli (England) and Bayern Munich’s David Alaba (Austria) opted for other national teams, a situation Ogu hopes will change soon. “Every weekend, I sit at home and watch Alaba or …

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Anthony Joshua Reflects On Roots, Connection To Nigeria

Anthony Joshua will be Britain’s highest-profile fighter when he faces Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley next month, but he was very nearly lost to a boarding school in Nigeria. The IBF heavyweight champion, whose full name is Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua, joined his Nigerian mother Yeta in the African nation for six months at the age of 11 and attended a …

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