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September 16, 2014
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  • Moses ready to explode at Stoke

    Super Eagles midfielder, Victor Moses, has said he would not disappoint Coach Mark Hughes for bringing him to Stoke City. Moses, who scored only one goal last term while on Read more...

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  • Eagles invitation: Siasia, Ugbade vote Iheanacho
    Former Super Eagles coach, Samson Siasia, and former Nigeria international, Nduka Ugbade, have supported the clamour to invite former Golden Eaglets striker Kelechi Iheanacho to the senior national team ahead of the race to Morocco 2015 Africa Cup of Nations finals in January. Read more...

  • Babangida wants new playmaker for Eagles
    Former Super Eagles winger, Tijani Babangida, has called on the senior national team handler, Stephen Keshi, to look for a playmaker in the mould of Austin Okocha if the team must make progress in the remaining Nations Cup qualifying matches. Read more...

  • Davis Cup: Nigeria ends sixth in Cairo
    Nigeria's Davis Cup team finished sixth in the Group III of the Africa Davis Cup championship concluded in Cairo, Egypt last weekend. Represented by Clifford Enosoregbe and Henry Atseye, Nigeria crashed 2-1 in the classification against Republic of Benin. Read more...

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