Akinwunmi leads NFF’s four-man committee on FIFA sanctions
First Vice President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Seyi Akinwunmi will head a four-man panel to unravel the issues behind the slip that led to Nigeria forfeiting...
Eagles’ rumoured friendlies not yet official, says NFF
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), has declared that the board is still holding talks with more countries for the Eagles to play international friendly ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Speaking with The Guardian yesterday, Eagles media officer, Mr. Toyin Ibitoye, noted that the proposed tune up matches for the Eagles games would…
Mikel, Oshoala, Quadri, others picked for Nigerian Awards for Sporting Excellence
Seven Nigerian sportsmen and women, who distinguished themselves in their various events this year, have been nominated for the maiden Nigerian Awards for Sporting Excellence (NASE).
Pinnick tips Nigeria to win Russia 2018 World Cup
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President, Amaju Pinnick yesterday in Lagos raised the stakes a notch higher when he said that the Super Eagles...
Ousted NFF committee chairman’s, Pinnick’s face-off deepens
In what appears a fruitless battle, a member of one of the standing committees dissolved by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) on November 3 is staging a fight against the federation’s president...
Nigeria to pay $2.4 million World Cup bonus
The Nigeria Football Federation will pay players and officials a total of $2.4 million as a bonus for securing qualification for the World Cup in Russia, a spokesman said Wednesday.
NFF, Eagles agree on bonuses, allowances ahead Russia 2018
A historic and binding agreement that will eliminate all manner of rancour and distractions around Nigeria’s preparation and participation at the 21st FIFA World Cup finals in Russia was signed in the Russian city of Krasnodar yesterday.
We don’t want to lose to Argentina, NFF boss tells Rohr
As Super Eagles clash with the La Albiceleste of Argentina in a friendly match this evening at the Krasnodar Arena in Russia, the President of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick says he expects the team to go for victory.