Eagles call up for Okeowo

Nigeria’s goalkeeping crisis has taken a new dimension as Tope Okeowo of non-league English side Peckham United has been called up to the Super Eagles for the international friendlies against Senegal and Burkina Faso. Visa hitches means South Africa-based Daniel Akpeyi’s arrival at the camp was delayed as Ikechukwu Ezenwa is still expected in camp

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Caf honours three Eagles

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has paid tributes to late Nigerian football greats, Stephen Keshi and Shuaibu Amodu. Keshi and Amodu who were Super Eagles coaches several times in their careers, died in 2016, within weeks of each other. At the 39th Ordinary Congress at the Nelson Mandela Hall of the African Union headquarters

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No regrets working with Hayatou- Adamu

Former CAF Executive member Amos Adamu has declared that former CAF Presdent Issa Hayatou did his best while in office, adding that he has no regret working with him. The 71 year old Cameroonian who was voted out Thursday in Addis Ababa he said has contributed his quota to the game in the continent and

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Rohr hands No. 10 role to Iwobi

John Obi Mikel absence from Nigeria’s upcoming friendly games against Senegal and Burkina Faso in London has paved way for Alex Iwobi to take his spot in the team. Coach of the Super Eagles of Nigeria Gernot Rohr usually deploys Iwobi as a left winger, but will play him just behind the main striker in

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Moses fit for Senegal clash

Manager of Chelsea Antonio Conte has provided update on the injury situation of Victor Moses who is a doubt for Nigeria upcoming friendly games against Senegal and Burkina Faso. Moses limped out of Chelsea 1-0 win over Manchester United on Monday in an FA Cup quarterfinal tie played at Stamford Bridge. The injury brought about

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