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9 Oct
Former Super Eagles star, Mutiu Adepoju and Oyo State Sports Commissioner, Seun Fakorede have urged more corporate organisations to invest in grassroots football development to help the country regain its place in world soccer.
15 Mar 2022
No less than 17 ex-internationals have been lined up to participate in a novelty football match to commemorate the 70th birthday anniversary of former Lagos governor Bola Tinubu. Umar Mohammed, Director-General of Tinubu Support Group (TSG), which is organising the event, disclosed this at the TSG Campaign Office in Abuja on Tuesday. He listed the…
13 Dec 2021
Mutiu Adepoju, Nigeria’s ex-international has expressed doubt over the timing of the sack of Super Eagles Coach, Genort Rohr, as the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) begins in few weeks.
30 Nov 2021
Former Super Eagles midfielder, Mutiu Adepoju, is worried over the growing number of Super Eagles players with injury barely six weeks to the kick off of the 2022 Africa Nations Cup in Cameroun.
7 Nov 2020
Former international, Mutiu Adepoju, has expressed excitement over the return of former Black Stars’ Captain, Asamoah Gyan to the Ghana Premier League from India, where he played for Northeast United.
21 Nov 2019
Former Super Eagles Midfielder, Mutiu Adepoju has tipped the Supersand Eagles on how to succeed at the 10th FIFA 2019 Beach World Cup, which kicks off today in Paraguay.
30 Aug 2019
Former Super Eagles’ midfielder, Mutiu Adepoju wants more Nigerian players to take their soccer trade to LaLiga Santander in Spain. The former IICC Shooting Stars of Ibadan player, who is fondly called ‘headmaster,’ spent 11 years in Spain playing professional football for Real Madrid B, Racing Santander, and UD Salamanca.
27 Jul 2019
Former Internationals, Mutiu Adepoju and Garba, Lawal have reacted differently to the latest ranking by the world football governing body, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA)’s release on Thursday,....
23 Jun 2019
Mutiu Adepoju, an ex-international, has commended the Super Eagles for their win over Burundi on Saturday, charging them however to employ faster and more coordinated transition in their subsequent games. Adepoju told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Saturday after the match that the team could go far in the competition if…
1 Jun 2019
Former international, Mutiu Adepoju, has described as a good omen for the African football, as five players from the continent will be featuring for their clubs in today’s final of the world’s most prestigious club competition, the UEFA Champions League. This is the first time five African players, including the current African Footballer of Year,…
27 May 2019
Nigeria will go into today’s second group game against the United States of America (U.S) knowing that victory will take them to the second...
18 May 2019
Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode yesterday received top African football legends at the Lagos House in Alausa, Ikeja, urging countries in the continent to look inward and explore the possibility of using sports to grow their economies. He said sports remain a veritable tool to foster growth and development. Some of the African soccer…


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