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Report of the Uwais Electoral reform panel

Uwais report

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Why NFF cant pay Siasia N12m Salary advance

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has not been able to pay the new National Football team coach Samson Siasia a salary advance of 12 million naira (US$80,000) because the accounts ...

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Samson Sia Sia is new Super Eagles Coach

The Nigerian Football Federation has named Samson Siasia, 43 as the national team coach to succeed Swedish Lars Lagerbäck Club career At club level, Siasia most notably played for French ...

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Super Falcons in superlative start-Nigeria 5, Mali 0

The Super Falcons of Nigeria have registered a superlative start in the on going CAF African Women championship in South Africa as they defeated their female counterpart from Mali 5-0 ...

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Ibrahim Galadima, former Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) chairman to try out for vacant spot in Confederation of African Football (CAF) executive committee.

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Nigerian Coach rejects new contract

Swedish coach Lars Lagerback is not keen on continuing as the Coach of  the Nigerian Football Team and has turned down an offer for a renewal of  his contract Lagerback ...

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Nigeria football: Way forward

The proprietor of Bussdor United football club of Port Harcourt, Oscar Igbokwe, has called on the minister of sports, to convene a meeting of sponsors of private football clubs in ...

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Nigerian cricketers leave for South Africa

Nigerian cricketers are expected to depart the country on July 15, for a nine-day playing tour of South Africa, ahead of the U-19 Regional Championship qualifiers in Swaziland. Technical Director ...

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Nigeria and implications of a FIFA ban

These are the implications of a FIFA ban on Nigeria as compiled by MTNFootball.com 1) None of Nigeria’s teams or clubs will feature in international tournaments for the time the ...

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Nigeria and 2010 World Cup

Written by Joe Igbokwe I remember precisely that when Nigeria qualified for the World Cup last year, the Governor of Lagos State, His Excellency Babatunde Raji Fashola took time off ...

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