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Golden Eaglets

30 May
Fatai Atere was a member of the Golden Eaglets that won the 1985 FIFA Kodak Under-16 World Cup in China, after defeating the then West Germany 2-0 to lift the maiden trophy of the youth championship.
12 Mar
Players of the national U-17 boys’ team, Golden Eaglets, were devastated by the Confederation of African Football’s (CAF) decision to call off the African U-17 Nations Cup, which was earlier scheduled to hold in Morocco this month.
27 Feb
Coach of the national U-17 team, the Golden Eaglets, Fatai Amoo, has declared that his team would not underrate any team at the Africa U-17 AFCON holding in Rabat...
24 Feb
Five-time world champions Nigeria will know their group phase opponents at next month’s U20 Africa Cup of Nations when the draw holds today at the Monotel Dar El Barka Hotel in Nouakchott, Mauritania.
18 Feb
Players of Nigeria’s U-17 national team, Golden Eaglets, will go through another round of Magnetic Resonance Imaging testing (MRI) to revalidate their true age before the team depart...
28 Jan
Golden Eaglets coach, Fatai Amoo, says he would submit programme for the African U-17 championship billed for Morocco in March to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) any moment from now.
21 Jan
Golden Eagles coach, Fatai Amoo, has revealed that the team could not meet the expectations of many Nigerians at the just concluded WAFU B championship in Lome, Togo due to anxiety and lack of exposure.
20 Jan
The 2-3 defeat suffered by the Golden Eaglets in the hands of the Baby Elephants of Cote d’Ivoire in the final of WAFU U-17 Cup tournament in Lome, Togo on Monday, has been attributed to lack of sports intelligence on the part of the Nigerians.
19 Jan
The Baby Elephants of Cote d’Ivoire on Monday defeated Nigeria’s national under-17 male football team 3-2 to win the WAFU “B” U-17 Tournament in Lome, Togo.
18 Jan
The Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, has pledged to handsomely reward the Golden Eaglets if they win the ongoing WAFU Zone B Under-17 championship in Togo, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
16 Jan
Against the expectations of many Nigerian football fans, the Golden Eaglets yesterday qualified for the final of the WAFU U-17 Cup Tournament holding in Togo, beating a resilient Burkina Faso 1-0.
15 Jan
There appears to be uneasy calm in the Golden Eaglets’ camp as they prepare for today’s semifinal against Burkina Faso at the ongoing WAFU U-17 Cup Tournament in Togo.

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