Nigeriaâ€™s Member of the Executive Committee of the world football â€“governing body, FIFA, Dr. Amos Adamu said on Saturday that the African continent is already a winner as far as the 2010 FIFA World Cup is concerned, with a spectacular opening ceremony that has set the stage for a spectacular hosting.Read More
For realist, those who looked at all the parameters, our preparation, quality of players and the perennial maladministration of the football ruling body, the Super Eagles of Nigeria were not expected to have any chance against Argentina on Saturday.Read More
Super Eagles goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama was yesterday voted Man-of-the-Match which the former world champions parading an array of stars including World Footballer of the Year, Lionel Messi won with a slim 1-0.Read More
Argentina coach Diego Maradona singled out Eagles keeper, Vincent Enyeama for praise following his excellent performance in yesterdayâ€™s group B opener at the Ellisâ€™s Park in Durban.Read More
Nigeriaâ€™s Blessing Okagbare yesterday won the women 100m race at the NCAA track and field championships in Eugene, Oregun USA with a time of 10.98 seconds.Read More
South Korea, this afternoon, defeated Greece 2-0, in their first match of 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The Asian team is now leading the Group B’s table with 3points.
Lars Lagerback has won the hearts of the Eagles here who are now struggling to win his heart. They know that the best way to do that is to win a place in the team. The man has demonstrated his class and daily, the players grab new things in training.Read More
His initial stand on the team was that the Super Eagles have not been well prepared for the 2010 World Cup but that music has changed as former boss of Shooting Stars Football Club, Elder Bode Oyewole now believes they will go beyond the countryâ€™s expectation.Read More
RAFAEL Marquez denied South Africa a dream start to their FIFA World Cupâ„¢ with a late equaliser for Mexico in a 1-1 draw in an absorbing Opening Match at Soccer City.Read More
Brigadier-General Emmanuel Okaro has pointed to the defence of the Super Eagles as the Achilles heel that could stop the team from excelling in the ongoing 2010 FIFA World Cup holding in South Africa.Read More