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CRISTIANO RONALDO BECOMES TRUE GREAT WITH PORTUGUESE WIN

Cristiano Ronaldo wept tears of despair then tears of joy as the Euro 2016 final took him on an emotional journey from his lowest low to the high of lifting Portugal’s first major trophy. Read More »

CHILEAN TEAM RETIRES MESSI AFTER CLAIMING VICTORY

They’ve done it again – Chile are Copa America champions for the second successive year after beating Argentina on penalties in a re-run of last year’s final. Read More »

THE PARADOX OF BENIN TO THE NIGERIAN FOOTBALL

The month of June is here this year as it had always been in preceding years at about this time. According to African myths, the month has never been attributed to anything death. Read More »

NIGERIA MOVE UP TO 61ST IN FIFA RANKING

Nigeria moved up six places from the 67th to the 61st position in the latest FIFA world ranking released on Thursday. Read More »

FIFA APPOINTS FIRST FEMALE SECRETARY GENERAL

Senegal’s Fatma Samba Diouf Samoura has been appointed as Fifa’s first female secretary general. She succeeds former secretary general Jerome Valcke, who was banned from football-related activity for 12 years. Read More »

THE NEED TO ENSURE PROPER MEDICAL CHECK UP IN SPORTS

All over the world, sports have been adjudged the most celebrated activities that unite and foster international ties and friendliness. Read More »

ISAAC SUCCESS WINS GRANADA PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Ex-Nigerian youth international, Isaac Success has dedicated his award as Granada Player of the year to his mother. Read More »

STATE OF SPORTS FACILITIES AT UNEC STADIUM IS IN DEPLORABLE STATE

Anybody who goes into the University of Nigeria Stadium located at the heart of Enugu metropolis will shudder over the state of sporting facilities put in place there when Nigeria hosted the world in under 17 Fifa football completions. Read More »

LESSON FROM NIGERIA’S FAILURE TO QUALIFY FOR NEXT YEAR’S AFCON

It is no longer news that Nigeria Super Eagles will not be participating in next year’s African Cup of Nations holding in Gabon. This is as a result of Nigeria inability to beat the pharaohs of Egypt in her two headed qualifying matches. Read More »

AWARDS GALORE AS AUBAMEYANG WINS CAF AFRICAN PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been voted the CAF Footballer of the Year while Yaya Toure was named runners-up at the 2015 Glo-CAF Awards held  in  Abuja. Read More »

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