Rivers Utd protest to Caf over attack

Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) club Rivers United have announced that they will send a strongly worded protest to Caf over the “unwarranted” attack on players and officials of the club in Omdurman on Friday by fans of Sudanese club Al-Merrikh. The United contingent was pelted with various objects as they made their way to

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Olamide misses Splash FM Marathon

Oluwaseun Olamide, who won the first position at the 2016 Splash FM Ibadan City’s 42km Marathon will miss the 2017 edition because she is not prepared. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the ninth edition of the race, with the theme: ‘Run For A Cause’, is scheduled for April 9 in Ibadan. Olamide,

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Saraki congratulates new CAF President, Ahmad

The Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, on Thursday congratulated the newly-elected President of African Football Confederation (CAF), Madagascar’s Ahmad Ahmad. Saraki said in Abuja that Ahmad as a consummate technocrat would help to usher in an era of innovation and positive change in the affairs of CAF. “Ahmad’s victory is testament to his determination to

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Federal Govt Congratulates Pinnick On CAF Election Victory

The Federal government of Nigeria has congratulated President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Amaju Pinnnick on his success at the just concluded Confederation of African Football (CAF) executive committee elections held Thursday in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Pinnick defeated the incumbent Benin Republic’s Moucharafou Anjorin by 32 votes to 17 to become the third Nigerian

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Nigeria’s Pinnick Wins Seat Into CAF Executive Committee

Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) president, Amaju Melvin Pinnick has won been elected into the CAF Executive Committee, after overcoming rivalry from Benin Republic FA boss, Moucharafou Anjorin, SR Sports can confirm. Prior to the election, Anjorin had boasted to defeat Pinnick, calling the Delta-State born football administrator ‘his boy’. But the reality surfaced in Addis

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