What appears to be another crisis may be brewing in the Nigeria Premier Football League (NPFL), following a declaration by the Professional Footballers Association of Nigeria (PFAN), to resist what it terms as ‘slave contract’ being tabled before the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has debunked reports that its technical committee is set to sign a one-year contract with Super Falcons coach, Randy Waldrum.
Super Eagles’ last qualifying game for the Cote d’Ivoire 2024 African Cup of Nations against Sao Tome and Principe in Uyo today is part of the preparatory matches for the national team ahead of the 2026 World Cup qualifiers, which begin later this year, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has said.
Former Super Falcons coaches, Godwin Izilien and Edwin Okon, have charged the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), to throw open the position of manager for the Super Falcons.
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has subtly confirmed the exit of Super Falcons’ coach to the just concluded Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, Randy Waldrum, from his position as the country’s senior women national team manager.
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has said that preparations are in top gear for Super Eagles’ last Cote d’Ivoire 2024 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Sao Tome and Principe on September 10 in Uyo.
The Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) president, Ibrahim Musa Gusau, has said that the NFF is ready to pay the Super Falcons their 2023 Women’s World Cup prize money. Gusau said this on Tuesday while speaking to veteran sports journalist Mitchell Obi in an interview on “Sports Salsa” radio show, confirm bet predictions on Kennis 104.1…
Former Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Vice President, Amanze Uchegbulam, and Ogun State’s former sports commissioner, Bukola Olopade, have turned down their various appointments by the Federation.
Following their defeat by England in the round of 16 at the ongoing FIFA Women’s World in Australia and New Zealand, which denied each player of the Super Falcons opportunity of pocketing $90,000 (N67.6 million), the players have turned their attention to recovering backlog of allowances and bonuses from the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), which date to 2021.
The International Federation of Professional Footballers (FIFPRO) has pledged to help the Super Falcons to get all the money they are being owed by the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF). FIFPRO issued a statement to this effect on Tuesday, saying it will swing into action on behalf of Nigeria women's senior national team. "Following the Nigeria…
Nigeria's women's football team, fresh from an impressive run to the last 16 of the World Cup, are demanding with the support of FIFPRO their national federation "honour their commitments" and pay them outstanding bonuses and expenses.
Some members of staff of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) are not satisfied with Ibrahim Gusau’s recent defence of the $10,000 monthly salary being paid to the General Secretary of the federation, Mohammed Sanusi.