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Only Amodu can decide Okocha’s return to Eagles — Okpala

Following the statement made by the former Green Eagles winger Adokie Amiesimaka urging the Presidency and Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to persuade former Super Eagles midfielder Austin Okocha to return to active football, ex-International and former Rangers coach Sylvanus Okpala says only the Super Eagles handler Shaibu Amodu can determine the return of the former Bolton Wanderers player to the team.

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Okpunor relishes win, as Ogunu, IGCC honour Mayukus

Former member of the Delta State House of Assemblies, Honourable Gabriel Okpunor, is recently playing some great golf. The handicap 22 golfer was on fire at the Shell Ogunu Golf Club, Warri, when Ogunu golfers honoured Mayuku and his wife, two weeks ago. In Warri, Okpunor played like a professional golfer. His front nine score was out of this world but on hearing that his score would not count, he was discouraged and that spoilt his fun.

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Howard: 3SC has come to stay

Shooting Stars Sports Club Chief coach Franklin Howard believes the Ibadan team now has what it takes to compete with the big teams in the Glo Premier league when the season kicks off. Shooting Stars suffered a Federation Cup quarterfinal defeat to Enyimba, but the coach says the team has come to stay, stressing that Tuesday’s result confirms the fact that 3SC can hold its own against the big boys of Nigerian football.

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Wolves, Ogbeide fail to agree on terms

Warri Wolves Technical Adviser Solomon Ogbeide will certainly not be sitting with the coaching crew when the Glo Premier league kicks off later in the year. Wolves management say they did not sack Ogbeide who tutored the Delta State Premier League side at the just concluded season. The management rather said, they could on agreed terms with Ogbeide.

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SCANDAL IN THE LEAGUE: God will punish those

THE Globacom Premier League is swimming in very dangerous waters that might bring the game to disrepute and ridicule. World soccer-governing body, FIFA, is listening with rapt attention to the offensive odour oozing out from the country. Chairman of the Nigerian Professional League, Chief Jackson Oyuiki-Obaseki has placed curses on those trying to smear the league even though he confessed that it was difficult to prove whether the match was compromised by the clubs.

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