True to his words, Chief Coach of the national team, Shaibu Amodu, yesterday, had the last laugh as he was able to convince chieftains of the Nigeria Football Federation to reduce the number of players to 24 instead of the 32 released to the media, penultimate week.Read More
apply and purchase tickets for matches of next yearâ€™s World Cup finals in the Republic of South Africa.
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All roads lead to the residence of FIFA and CAF Executive Committee member, Nigeriaâ€™s Dr. Amos Adamu, as he turns 57 today. For over a decade now, the name Adamu has become synonymous with sports in the country.Read More
South Korea coach, Huh Jun-moo, has requested for a friendly against Ghana or Coteâ€™d Ivoire to prepare his wards against Nigeria ahead of their group B clash at the South Africa 2010.Read More
The Federal Government Monday night hosted the Green Eagles for qualifying for the World Cup in South Africa next year.
They rewarded them with gifts. Coach Shaibu Amodu got a jeep and N1m in cash. His assistants, Daniel Amokachi, Alloy Agu and Fatai Amoo, got half a million naira each.
Shaibu Amodu, Eagles Chief Coach, has promised to live up to expectations in next monthâ€™s African Cup of Nations in Angola. Amodu made the promise after he was given a brand new jeep of undisclosed model and brand for his efforts in qualifying the nation for the South Africa 2010 World Cup finals.Read More
Chairman of Bayelsa United, Chief Victor Baribote’s quest to land in the Nigeria Premier League (NPL) Board, received a major boost yesterday in Abuja with Premier League clubs from the South-South zone endorsing his candidacy.Read More
Eagles Players were excited over the customised wrist watches given to them by the Presidential Task Force for their qualification for the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa. While the players were given watches, the Chief Coach, Shaibu Amodu, was given N1 million and a new jeep and his three assistants were given the sum of N500,000 each.Read More
Nigeria boxing federation president, Rotimi George Taylor, disclosed yesterday that there are plans to keep Nigerian boxers in top shape for the competitions of 2010 including the Commonwealth Games in India.Read More
Nigerian Boxing Federation (NBF) chief coach Obisia Nwamkpa has called for grass-roots competitions as a way of promoting boxing in the country.Read More
The Nigeria Table Tennis Federation (NTTF), says it will begin next year with two cadet championships preparatory to the African Junior Championships in Congo in April.Read More
The Nigeria Volleyball Federation (NVBF) is to hold the Top 8 National Championships in both male and female categories from Jan. 15 to Jan. 24, 2010 in Abuja.Read More
BOLTON Wandererâ€™s defensive bulwark, Daniel Shittu, has said that playing as a unit would be the only way that the Eagles can win the Nations Cup in Angola.Read More
EAGLESâ€™ Coach,Shaibu Amodu, came under severe attacks when he confessed that no Nigerian home-based player would grace the Orange African Cup of Nations in Angola or the bigger stage in Mandelaâ€™s Rainbow Nation for the World Cup next year.Read More
Former NFA board member Elder Bode Oyewole has his fears for the Super Eagles. The former Shooting Stars Sports Club boss believes Shaibu Amodu has a collection of players who might not do justice to Nigeriaâ€™s quest of lifting the 2010 Nationâ€™s Cup billed for Angola next month.Read More