Nigeria Football Federation
13 Jun 2016
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Vice President Seyi Akinwunmi has blamed lesbians for recent poor performances of the country's women's team.
11 Jun 2016
Former Super Eagles coach and current technical director of Nigeria Football Federation, Amodu Shuaibu has died, the Federation said on Saturday. He was 58 years old.
8 Jun 2016
Former Nigerian Super Eagles captain and coach, Stephen Keshi is dead, his family and the Nigeria Football Federation announced on Wednesday.
19 May 2016
Self-Acclaimed president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Chris Giwa, yesterday vowed to continue fighting until he achieved his aim of being recognised as the federation’s boss.
17 May 2016
If all works as planned, the home-based contingent for the Super Eagles’ international friendly games against Mali and Luxembourg will depart for France on Monday ...
14 May 2016
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) yesterday said its plan to hire a foreign coach for the Super Eagles is still on course.
9 May 2016
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has fined Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) 5,000 dollars for overcrowding at its 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier in Kaduna against Egypt.
8 May 2016
As Nigerians await the outcome of Friday’s forceful entrance by ‘factional’ leader of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Chris Giwa, into the football house in Abuja ...
31 Mar 2015
At the meeting, according to NFF sources, the officials will look for ways of ensuring Nigeria made this year’s edition of the festival. Nigeria failed to qualify for both the men and women football events of the last All Africa Games hosted by Mozambique in 2011 following losses to Ghana’s teams in the qualifiers.
14 Mar 2015
I do not like writing about coaches. I think they earn too much money anyway compared to the work they do. Players do most of the work. Coaches dramatise most of the time that the players are playing to instruction when the team is winning, and not playing to instructions when the team is losing. They act out their script in the full glare of television, standing by the sidelines, pretending to be taking down notes (those are the smart ones). They scream out instructions that no one on the field hears or understands, impacting little on how the players play.