Mikel Obi Determined To Stay At Chelsea

Chelsea’s Nigerian midfielder, John Mikel Obi, says he has no intention of leaving the London club. Signed to the club in 2006 and now second only to Captain John Terry as the longest serving player in the club, Obi says Chelsea has become his home.

US Women’s Soccer Team Smashes Japan 5-2 in World Cup final thriller to become first team EVER to win title Three Times

Photo Gallery of US Women's Soccer Team Post Winning ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 13 Triumphant: Testament to their performance, Hope Solo was named best goalie (left) and Carli Lloyd was named best player (right) – America has reclaimed the Women’s World Cup after smashing Japan 5-2 in

State Of Nigerian Football Worries Okocha


Former Super Eagles’ captain, Austin ‘Jay Jay’ Okocha is not happy with the dwindling fortune of Nigerian football in the last few years. The Nigerian international said the country is no longer a force to be reckoned with in African football, while the country’s prestige in the world stage has

English Football Club Leicester City Fired 3 Players After Racist Sex Tape Videos Surfaced


Three players for English football club Leicester City, including the son of the club’s manager, have been sacked after video surfaced of them apparently participating in a racist orgy on the team’s recent Thai tour. The players — Tom Hopper, Adam Smith and James Pearson, son of team manager Nigel Pearson