The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has announced the 23-man squad that will make up the Super Eagles for October’s World Cup qualifier against Zambia.
A win for the Super Eagles at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium will hand Gernot Rohr’s men a place in Russia 2018 with a game to spare. Read the rest of this entry
Africans have over the time proved that their influence could be the deciders between their club’s success and failure in the Premier League.
We take a look at some African big names that can influence the title race for the forthcoming 2017/2018 EPL season. Read the rest of this entry
Jose Mourinho’s second spell at Chelsea was curtailed on Thursday when the Portuguese coach ‘parted ways’ with the Pensioners. He leaves as the coach’s most successful-ever manager, and will look back on some fond memories at Stamford Bridge…even if he leaves the club in dire straits. Mourinho’s great Chelsea sides have included many fine African players, and here we rank the best African stars to feature for the Blues under the Special One.
Following rounds of matches played in the top leagues around Europe, we bring you a round up of matches which featured Nigerian players . Find how they performed and also find out who wins soccerInfoz’ STAR OF THE WEEK. Read the rest of this entry
Chelsea’s slow start to the season has proved to be the accelerant to a flurry of transfer activity within the last few days.
First, the transfer of Abdul Rahman Baba from Augsburg was confirmed immediately following the clobbering at Manchester City (from the club’s perspective, the timing could hardly have been worse). Following that, came the announcement of Spain international Pedro Rodriguez as a Blue. Read the rest of this entry
He’s dazzled in the Cup of Nations, he’s won the Europa League, he’s shone in the Premier League for Stoke City, but in the end, it seems as though all Jose Mourinho wanted from Victor Moses was a strong showing against Ney York Red Bulls!
Ostensibly, the Nigerian looks to be one of the key winners from Chelsea’s pre-season tour of the United States.
In the space of a few games, the Nigerian international has gone from Pensioners outcast—the forgotten man of Stamford Bridge—to a potential ‘player’ for the reigning English champions. Read the rest of this entry