Lawal predicts successful new year for Nigerian football
Former International, Garba Lawal believes 2019 will be a better year for both the Super Eagles and the Super Falcons, as they prepare to take part in two major tournaments this year. The Eagles qualified for the 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) by topping Group E during the qualifying series with a game left…
Uche Agbo ready for Super Eagles, Lawal insists
Former International, Garba Lawal, has said that it would do the country a lot of good to have Standard Liege’s midfielder, Uche Agbo in the Super Eagles line-up at this time.
Worried NFF to meet over Yusuf’s bribery scandal
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is worried over the report of a bribe scandal dangling around the neck of Super Eagles’ assistant coach, Salisu Yusuf. Yusuf, who is the chief coach of the Home-based Super Eagles, was caught on camera taking cash from men posing as football agents. He was the Super Eagles assisted coach…
NFF technical committee tackles Rohr over World Cup list
A member of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Technical Committee, former Super Eagles midfielder, Garba Lawal, says coach Genrot Rohr did not consult them before announcing the squad for the World Cup in Russia.
Uzoho needs more games to stabilise, Lawal insists
Former International, Garba Lawal, has appealed to Nigerians to give Super Eagles’ goalkeeper, Francis Uzoho, more time to establish himself after the not too impressive show against Poland during the international friendly played at the Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw on Friday.
Lawal advises ‘bench warming’ Eagles to move on loan to other clubs
Former international, Garba Lawal, has advised Super Eagles players who are currently warming bench in their clubs to force their way out on loan in order to secure playing time in the World Cup in Russia.
Leave Enyeama alone, Garba advises Rohr
Former Super Eagles’ midfielder, Garba Lawal says the team can make it out of Group D in the World Cup if it took its preparation serious.
Garba Lawal counts gains from Eagles’ participation in WAFU Cup
Former international midfielder, Garba Lawal has described Nigeria’s participation in the just concluded Ghana 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations as a success because it has produced players that the national team coach could call up for some positions in the main Super Eagles team.
We must be ready for Cameroun’s physical game, says Garba Lawal
Former International, Garba Lawal, has warned the handlers of the Super Eagles to take the boastful Cameroun’s assistant coach, Sven Vandenbroeck, seriously, as the country prepares to meet the new African Cup of Nations ....