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Unless the Federal Government takes a decisive step, the much talked about General Assembly of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), scheduled for Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, on August 16, may not see the light of day.
I have tried to consult my crystal ball. It is unusually blurred and fuzzy. I asked some colleagues in the business of football.
Former Nigeria defender, Tajudeen Disu, says all members of the current board of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), lack the moral standing to contest any position in the election
Former Super Falcons Coach, Godwin Izilien, has described as outrageous the tendency of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to owe players and officials bonuses at major competitions...
Nigeria’s senior women national team, Super Falcons, who are supposed to by preparing for the third place match at the ongoing Morocco 2022 Africa Women Cup of Nations, yesterday, refused to train as scheduled, demanding immediate payment of their allowances.
Amaju Pinnick, President of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), on Thursday lauded Super Falcons players for their qualification for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
The President, FC Ebedei, Barrister Churchill Oliseh, has stated that the challenges confronting football development in Nigeria are too numerous and beyond the capability of the Nigeria Football...
Sports and Youth Development Minister, Sunday Dare has heaped plaudits on the leadership of Nigeria Football Federation for making merit and competence its watchwords in selection of coaches ...
Former international, Dahiru Sadi, has expressed confidence in the ability of Coach Nduka Ugbade to win the ongoing 2022 WAFU B-17 Championship in Ghana and also excel
President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, directed the Nigeria Football Federation(NFF) to immediately commence the process that will lead to elections into its executive committee at the expiration of the current administration in September.
Abductors of former Secretary of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Sani Toro; former Assistant Coach of the Super Eagles, Garba Yila and one of their friends, Isa Jah are demanding
Nigerians are tired and frustrated with the unending crisis in some national Sports Federations. The particular case of the Nigeria Basketball Federation has compounded the situation as the Ministry of Youth and Sports, frustrated by the endless crisis, took a desperate decision that appears to have added salt to the injury.