Despite the sour relationship between Nigeria and Iran that resulted in the cancellation of the international football friendly between the two countries, the Nigeria Football Federation is still hopeful the tie could hold on a later date.Read More
The Super Falcons will file out against their German counterparts in an international friendly today in Germany. Coach Eucharia Uche who is leading the girls in today’s encounter has described the game as a big test for them after their triumph at the 2010 Caf African Women’s Championship in South Africa this month.Read More
Equatorial Guinea’s football federation (Feguifoot) says claims that the country fielded male players in its women’s side are “defamation”.
The team finished second in the African Women’s Championship (AWC) and have qualified for next year’s World Cup.
Atlanta ‘96 Olympic gold medalist, Kingsley Obieku has called on the new Eagles coach, Samson Siasia to hands off Heartland FC of Owerri and face his new assignment.Read More
Nigeria Olympic Committee, NOC, has vowed to stamp out the ugly incident of drug use by Nigerian athletes at major international competitions.Read More
FORMER board mem-ber of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, Dr Peter Singabele has applauded the nomination of erstwhile Chairman of the NFA, Alhaji Ibrahim Galadima as a replacement for disgraced Dr Amos Adamu as an executive member of Confederation of African Football, CAF.Read More
Samson Siasia will have enough players to screen in the exercise of building a new national team.Chairman of Nigeria Football Federation Technical Committee Chris Green said yesterday that he alone had a list of up to 200 players playing football outside Nigeria.Read More
Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea would carry Africa’s cross at the 2011 Fifa Women’s World Cup final next June in Germany.
The two countries got their tickets after qualifying for the final of the Africa Women Championship in South Africa where Nigeria’s Falcons beat Equatorial Guinea 4-2 to carry the cup and wear the toga of Africa’s champions.
In front of thousands of supporters, Qatar 2022 Bid representatives and judges of the Guinness Book of World Records, QAPCO – Qatar Petrochemical Company has broken the Guinness World Record for the largest T-shirt ever made, measuring 72.2 metres long and 48.7 metres wide.Read More
The two journalists who raked up mud in the voting process of the World Cup bids have told the world soccer governing body FIFA to address the multitude of questions raised by their sting operation rather than just suspend Amos Adamu and Reynald Temarii.Read More