We can beat Guinea-Bissau in the return leg —Peseiro
AFCON qualifier: Adepoju urges NFF, Peseiro to look deeper
Bafana Bafana savour Mandela magic
Eagles: Akwuegbu wants Taribo in, Lawal warns on Kenya
Let’s take security seriously
Siasia names Mikel weak link
Lagos begins Community Sports with Anthony Village
2010: What draw in Tunisia means to us â€” Eagles
Itâ€™s not yet uhuru â€“Amodu
2010 World Cup now in our hands, says Toro
IGCC bubbles as Justice Maido turns 50
Kaduna to host NCF AGM–Adokiye
Ahmadiya, Govt Girls College qualify for national final
Dodan Warriors rebrand
Robinho: We play with joy
Itâ€™s not a tea party â€” Erico
We need TOTAL football to win Rades â€” Amiesimaka
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Globacom commiserates with Bayelsa United over captainâ€™s killing
Globacom Limited has commiserated with the Management and players of Bayelsa United over the recent death of their captain, Abiel Tabor who was killed by armed robbers few hours after the team lifted the 2008/09 Globacom League trophy.
Eagles will beat Tunisia â€”Lukman Osun
Former Green Eagles player, Luckman Osun believes that the Super Eagles will leave no stone unturned when they file out against the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia in Rades.
2010 World Cup: Adepoju confident of Eagles victory in Rades
Former Super Eagles attacking midfielder Mutiu Adepoju a.k.a â€œHead Masterâ€ is confident that the Super Eagles will leave Rades smiling, as they take on Tunisia in one of the groups 2010 World Cup qualifiers today. The Shooting Stars FC of Ibadan General Manager, like Adokie Amiesimaka believes an attacking formation coupled with a good defence will see the Super Eagles leave Rades with the desired three points in the crucial to qualifier.
Akwa suffers boomerang
It was a case of what goes around comes around for Akwa United last week as they were relegated to the less fancied Professional league at the end of the Globacom Premier League season last Sunday.
2010: Eagles need prayersâ€” Singabele
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) board member, Dr Peter Singabele has called on Nigerians to pray for the Super Eagles as they prepare to tackle Tunisia in Rades today, in the third of the 2010 World Cup/Nations Cup qualifier.
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