The Nigeria women who missed out of the London Olympics would need to really up their game if they are to compete in Rio The post Olympic Qualifiers: Super Falcons in tight corner after Abuja draw appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
The Super falcons on Saturday in Abuja struggled to a 1-1 home draw with Equatorial Guinea in the first leg match of their 2016 Olympic Games Qualifying Fixture. In the match played at the National Stadium’s mainbowl, the Falcons really struggled to stamp their authority and put the match under
Arsenal ended their Singapore trip with a sparkling performance to win the Barclays Asia Trophy. Petr Cech who made his debut for the north London club was an instant hit as fans cheered him all through the game.
Okafor Ofiebor/Port Harcourt Governor Wike addressing members of the technical crew of U-23 Dream Team 6 at their training ground in Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium in Port Harcourt Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has splashed dollars on the U-23 team (Dream Team VI) ahead of Sunday’s Olympic qualifier against Congo in
Lukman Haruna playing for Dynamo Kiev Nigerian international Lukman Haruna will make his debut for his new club, Anzhi Makhachkala in Russian premier league on Sunday when they play away to Krylya Sovetov Samara.
When the Nigerian U-23 national team known as “Dream Team VI’’ file out on Sunday in Port Harcourt against their Congo counterparts for the CAF U-23 African Championship qualifier, will they overcome them? These and many more have been the questions on the lips of many Nigeria soccer fans as
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Bolton supporters are coming together in an attempt to help the club fund the signing of striker Adam Le Fondre According to the Wales Online , Bolton fans are hoping to raise £500,000 to help the club fund a purchase.
Chief executive of Arsenal Football club Ivan Gazidis has admitted he sees no reason why manager Arsene Wenger should not remain at the helm for the long-term. Gazidis believes Wenger, who last summer signed a new contract extension to the end of the 2017 season, remains the right man for the job as