Super Eagles The Ahmadu Bello Stadium in Kaduna state will host the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifying match between the Super Eagles and the Pharaohs of Egypt.
NFF Technical Director, Amodu Shaibu The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has confirmed that Super Eagles Chief Coach, Stephen Keshi, will work with the federation’s Technical Study Group.
Ogenyi Onazi The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has slammed a two-match ban on Super Eagles’ midfielder Ogenyi Onazi over his sending-off in Saturday’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier against Chad.
The AFCON 2017 qualifiers is getting off to a full swing and Nigeria faced Chad yesterday at the uneven pitch in Kaduna. The first time both sides will be meeting, even though they are next door neighbors.
The performance of Nigerian players especially those in the Super Eagles in their respective clubs abroad has been a source of worry to returnee Chief Coach, Stephen Keshi. Keshi said that he was concerned that most of these players are not getting regular playing time in their clubs in the
Former Nigerian international, Jonathan Akpoborie, said on Brila FM early today that Chief Coach of the Super Eagles Stephen Keshi has not improved in any way and will fail to deliver the goods once again. Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, on Tuesday gave Keshi a new two-year deal and Akpoborie believes
The Nigeria Football Federation has re-engaged Mr Stephen Keshi as the Head Coach of the Super Eagles. At a contract signing ceremony in Abuja, the Acting President of the federation, Mr Seyi Akinwunmi, said that the federation remains committed to the development of football in Nigeria.
The re-engaged coach of the Super Eagles, Stephen Keshi, has appealed to Nigerian football fans to forgive the technical crew and the team for failing to qualify for the last Nations Cup. Speaking to Channels Television in Abuja, Mr Keshi said that his second coming as the Head Coach of
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Former Nigerian international and ex-Arsenal star, Kanu Nwankwo has written off the current Nigeria national team, the Super Eagles, saying that the team are “not yet super”. Kanu, however, predicted that the side will turn the corner sooner rather than later.
Nigeria are expected to hand debuts to several of the country’s exciting new stars when they battle the Cranes of Uganda in a friendly on Wednesday at the Uyo Stadium, Akwa Ibom State. The match starts by 6p.m.
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Ghanacelebrities.com recently reported that the Ghana Football Team Players referred to as the “Black Stars” will each be receiving a brand new Jeep Cherokee that costs $76,000 and an additional $25,000 for placing second at the recently concluded 2015 African Cup of Nations (AFCON). It was also reported that each of the 23 players
Ivory Coast defeated Ghana to win the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), in a penalty shootout, beating Ghana 9-8 on penalties. after neither team could score a goal throughout the match. This victory for Ivory Coast is a special and dramatic one as it represents the team’s first Africa Cup of Nations
The semi-final match on Thursday between Ghana and Equatorial Guinea in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament resulted in a tumultuous violence where the Ghanaian players and supporters were attacked with bottles and other projectiles and the game had to be stopped for about 30 minutes for riot police
Ivory Coast will now wait to face whoever emerges winner in the Thursday’s other semifinal game between Ghana and hosts Equatorial Guinea The post AFCON 2015: Yaya Toure leads Ivory Coast into final appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
On Sunday’s 1st of February match for the AFCON qualifying round, Ghana beat Guinea 3 – 0 to progress to the semi-final. On the other match, Ivory Coast also defeated Algeria 3 – 1 to qualify for the next round. The first scorer for Ghana was Christian Atsu, who is attached to
The qualifying round of the quarter-final of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) last Saturday went on smoothly with the Tunisian team taking a lead over the host nation until the 93rd minute when the referee gave a time penalty stoppage. This enabled an advantaged Equatorial Guinea to continue playing the game and
Cameroon had a graceful exit from Group D of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2015 qualifying round on Wednesday, 28th January after a 1-0 defeat to Ivory Coast. The team had earlier locked in a goalless 1 – 1 draw with Mali and Guinea of the same group. Ivory Coast
The Assistant Coach of the Nigerian National Football Team “Super Eagles“, Ike Shorunmu told Punch on Friday that despite the expiry of the contract for the national coach, the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) is yet to make a decision on who will be at the helm of affairs of the national team. This