Cameroon defeated Gabon 2-1 in Yaounde yesterday and completed a climb from the bottom to the top of a World Cup qualifying group within five days.Read More
Former Secretary-General of the Nigeria Football Association, Sani Toro, is still in a state of shock after watching the Super Eagles stutter to a wobbly 2-2 draw against Tunisia in a decisive 2010 World Cup qualifying match at the Abuja National Stadium on Sunday.Read More
Nigerians have continued to express their grief over the 2-2 draw the Green Eagles recorded on Sunday against the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia, which puts Nigeriaâ€™s qualification for South Africa 2010 World Cup in serious jeopardy.Read More
ANGRY Nigerians poured scorn on the Minister and Chairman of National Sports Commission, NSC, Engineer Sani Ndanusa, yesterday over his decision to pay Green Eagles players $10,000 winning bonus after their annoying 2-2 with the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia on Sunday in Abuja.Read More
Nigeriaâ€™s Sports Minister and Chairman of the National Sports Commission, Sani Ndanusa, yesterday, read the riot act to fumbling officials of the National Football Federation, to start preparing to vacate the Glass House in the event of Eaglesâ€™ failure to qualify for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.Read More
Former Nigeria captain Sunday Oliseh says that if Nigeria fail to qualify for the 2010 World Cup, football in the country must be overhauled.Read More
Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac lacks the sharp tongue of Sir Alex Ferguson, the charisma of Jose Mourinho and the sartorial elegance of Fabio Capello.Read More
The Presidential Task Force yesterday drafted former Eagles captain, Austin Jay Jay Okocha and John Mastroudes to the technical crew of the Super Eagles.
The former Super Eagles captain and one time chairman of defunct Leventis FC are to assist Amodu on technical matters.
The African Confederation of Football (CAF) will discuss the readiness of Angola to host the 2010 African Nations Cup, South Africaâ€™s 2010 World Cup chief Danny Jordaan said Tuesday.Read More
Under-pressure Nigeria coach, Shuaibu Amodu, has pleaded with the technical committee of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to give him another chance to ensure Nigeria still qualify for next yearâ€™s World Cup.Read More