Former Sunderland and Nigerian striker Victor Anichebe has joined Chinese second division side Beijing Enterprises, the club which Ivorian midfielder Cheick Tiote played for until his death last month. Anichebe, who was released by Sunderland after their relegation from the English Premier League, joins another Nigerian Leke James at the club which sits at 11th
The Nigeria Football Federation on Wednesday expressed shock at news of the death of former Nigeria international player and one-time Head Coach of the Supersand Eagles, Kelechi Emeteole. He was 66. Emeteole, who won 17 caps for the Senior National Team (then known as Green Eagles) and scored four goals, between 1975 and 1977, died
Thenationonlineng– Aruna Quadri has scored another first as the Nigerian has become the first African to feature in the European Table Tennis Union (ETTU) Champions League this year. Quadri who plies his trade with Portuguese league champion – Sporting Lisbon will lead his team in the six-team championship, which kicks off in September across Europe.
Supersport– Feelers from the Nigeria Football Federation suggest that there will be some changes as regards how players are invited for national assignments as well adding more specialised hands to the Super Eagles back-room staff. The 2-0 reversal against South Africa in Uyo last weekend sent shockwaves throughout the Nigerian football fraternity which necessitated a
The Nigeria Football Federation are juggling with the idea of moving the Super Eagles games from the Godswill Akpabio Stadium, Uyo to another venue. The ‘Nest of Champions’ has been the home of the team since they moved from neighbouring town Calabar but a string of bad results has seen the NFF contemplate moving the