Ike defends Enyeama

Super Eagles goalkeeping coach Ike Shorunmu has defended Vincent Enyeama after the Lille goalkeeper misjudged a cross that put Ethiopia ahead in the World Cup playoff in Addis Ababa on Sunday. Ethiopia took the lead after 57 minutes through Behailu Asefa, when his cross from the left was wrongly judged by Enyeama and the Cameroonian

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Keshi invites 28 for Jordan friendly

Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi has invited 28 players for the friendly tie against Jordan on October 28 in Amman, Jordan. While Jordan will use the match to prepare for their 2014 Fifa World Cup play-off fixture against Uruguay, the Super Eagles will use the encounter to prepare for the 2014 African Nations Championship taking

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Nigerian tennis can rise again – Fawthrop

As the curtains were drawn weekend, on the 2013 Chevron Junior Masters tennis , Managing Director of Chevron Nigeria Limited, Andrew Fawthrop has said that Nigeria will regain its position in African tennis I the youths are encouraged to take to the game early in life. Fawthrop, whose company is in the forefront of tennis

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Eagles storm Addis Ababa tomorrow morning

Nigeria’s delegation to Sunday’s 2014 FIFA World Cup final elimination fixture, first leg encounter between the Super Eagles and Walya Antelopes of Ethiopia will arrive in Addis Ababa on Saturday morning. NFF General Secretary, Barrister Musa Amadu disclosed on Thursday that the Boeing 787 Jetliner, which has been chartered for the trip, will depart the

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