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  • It is not yet Uhuru – Pinnick tells Eagles

    NFF President Amaju Pinnick has called for even more passion and commitment from the Super Eagles as the Nigerian delegation to Monday’s 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying match landed in Yaounde on Sunday afternoon. On Thursday last week, the NFF supremo and CAF Executive Committee member charged the players to approach Friday’s leg in Uyo…

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  • Udofia pumps Eagles’ spirit with offer of $20,000 for every goal

    Businessman Aka Udofia has offered the Super Eagles the sum of $20,000 for every goal scored in Monday’s 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying cracker against Cameroon’s Indomitable Lions in Yaounde. The young and ebullient businessman from Akwa Ibom State made the promise as he briefly greeted players and officials inside the chartered ARIK Bombadier CRJ…

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  • Yaounde fans to shun Lions, Eagles match

    At least 20 people  in Yaounde have said they will not bother turning up for Monday’s World Cup qualifier between the Indomitable Lions and the Super Eagles. Enthusiasm for the match was quite high, with most of the fans predicting home and away wins for their darling Lions. But since Friday when the Super Eagles…

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  • US Open: Federer excited after beating Feliciano

    Roger Federer was in clinical mood as he saw off Spain’s Feliciano Lopez in straight sets to join Rafael Nadal in the US Open fourth round. The third seed, who came through five-set matches in the first two rounds, beat 35-year-old Lopez 6-3 6-3 7-5. Five-time champion Federer, 36, goes on to face Germany’s Philipp…

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  • South African minister threatens to dissolve SASCOC board

    Sports Minister Thulas Nxesi has warned that he could dissolve the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) Board – an action which would leave the country facing a ban. Nxesi made the claim in a letter to SASCOC President Gideon Sam, according to The Citizen. It comes after a Government inquiry was launched into…

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  • Broos: No hope for Cameroon

    Cameroon head coach Hugo Broos spoke after his team suffered a shocking 4-0 loss from Nigeria in their Group B qualifier in Uyo on Friday. After the loss, The Indomitable Lions dropped to third place with only two points while Nigeria were on top of the group with nine points followed by Zambia in second…

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  • Zidane not proud of Materazzi head butt

    Zinedine Zidane has opened up about the headbutt on Marco Materazzi that saw his career as a footballer end in disgrace, admitting: “I did not feel proud”. The former France playmaker was famously sent off in the 2006 World Cup final after he launched himself at Italy defender Materazzi, leaving his team-mates to play out…

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  • NPFL: Gombe drowns into relegation in Rivers

    Bernard Ovoke scored a brace and Bolaji Sakin fired home a strike for Rivers United to confirm its safety and at the same time dropped Gombe down to the lower league yesterday in Port Harcourt. Ovoke scored twice from the spot, before Bolaji Sakin’s strike on 90th minute put the game beyond redemption for the…

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  • Mayweather tried to bet £310,000 on his fight with McGregor

    Floyd Mayweather stands to earn at least £77.6million for fighting and beating Conor McGregor in Las Vegas last month. That figure could rise as high as £271m, but the American tried to make even more money out of the fight by betting on himself. Mayweather left one sportsbook in a bad mood though, after his attempts to…

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