Open Letter To Gernot Rohr: Who wants Fernando Adi in Eagles?

Dear Gernot Rohr, This letter is to serve as a quick reminder to you and your technical crew and to also advice/caution you, of an impending racket that could destroy your rising profile as a National team coach. Remember sir, that a certain Junior Ajayi was only recently voted Africa’s best in Egypt but got […]

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Let’s give Uzoho a chance….Let’s stop these distractions!

Spain demolished Argentina 6-1 same day Serbia taught Super Eagles some football lessons via a 2-0 defeat. Argentina has world class goalkeepers in Sergio Romero of Manchester United and Willy Caballero of Chelsea. Both goalkeepers were in goal when Isco led the rout with a hattrick. Romero was substituted in the 22nd minute as Caballero […]

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Jay Jay Okocha: I retired early from Super Eagles to avoid disgrace

The stories and achievements of Nigerian football can not be complete without mention of the contributions of the immensely gifted Austin “Jay-jay” Okocha. Okocha was a big part player in Nigeria’s biggest moments of winning the 1994 African Cup of Nations as well as the first ever African Olympic gold. Obayomi Adewale caught up with […]

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Trust Troost as new “Defence Minister”

Nigeria or do we say the Super Eagles are blessed when it comes to producing world class defenders. From the era of Christian “Chairman” Chukwu to Stephen Okechukwu “Big Boss” Keshi, Uche “Gentle Giant” Okechukwu and Taribo “Pastor” West we have given the world, world class defenders who have held their own anywhere and anytime. […]

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Ekong joins #CommonGoal, Super Eagles defender commits one percent of salary to football for good organisations

Nigeria defender William Troost-Ekong, currently with Bursaspor in Turkey, has become the 43rd member of Common Goal – the movement powered by players and managers donating one percent of their salary to high impact football for good organisations around the world. 40 players and managers have allocated over €400,000 to football for good organisations in […]

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