Forget those beautiful scenes we saw in the advert of Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria, BON, where animals were playing football. Elephants, Lions, squirrels, birds, tortoises etc.Read More
Nigeria scored a goal outside the official pitches of FIFA yesterday when they became the first country to open their fans village at the African Village that is meant to galvanize fans and exhibit all the things that make the country thick.Read More
Members of the Nigerian Supporters Club yesterday gave the Eagles a blunt challenge that they must win their remaining matches or burst from the World Cup in South Africa. The Supporters said that they were irritated by many opinions currently going round everywhere that the team played well against Argentina. â€œSuch opinions are destructive.Read More
Nigeria striker Yakubu Aiyegbeni has credited coach Lars Lagerback for bringing a freshness to the team during their FIFA World Cup campaign.Read More
Police say two Ugandan children died in a fire while their parents watched a World Cup match on television nearby.
Police in Uganda have warned parents against leaving children alone in houses following the death of an 8- and 10-year-old in the Kayunga district west of Kampala.
AS the rest of the world ascribe the noise of the vuvuzela to their misfortune in the world Cup and pass a vote of no confidence on it, the Nigerian team yesterday exempted themselves from it, saying that the Vuvuzela did not disturb them.Read More
Nigeriaâ€™s World Cup camp moved into Bloemfontein Mangaung on Wednesday noon ahead of todayâ€™s important FIFA World Cup Group B tango with Greece.Read More
Otto Rehhagel, the Manager of Greece has already made history as the oldest coach in the World Cup at 71 years. He is also reputed to be among the best coaches in the world. Looking ahead to todayâ€™s second match in Group B involving his side the Eagles, Rehaggel said that his side could not afford to go home this early.Read More
There was wild jubilation in Geneva, Nyon and indeed many cities of Switzerland when the country defeated European champions Spain by a lone goal yesterday.Read More
Nigeriaâ€™s coach, Lars Lagerback said yesterday that he was comfortable with the Jabulani, the official ball of the World Cup.Read More