Nigerian Professional Football League
Enyimba edge Rivers United as FC IfeanyiUbah lose at home
Enyimba ended a run of three games without a win by edging out Rivers United 2-0 in a keenly contested Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) matchday-six encounter in Aba yesterday. According to Completesports.com, Abdulrahmam Bashir and Wasiu Alalade scored both goals for the seven-time NPFL champions. It was Rivers United’s first defeat of the campaign…
Rohr opens Eagles’ door for home-based players
Super Eagles’ Manager, Gernot Rohr has started monitoring home-based players with a view to giving outstanding performers the opportunity to fight for shirts in the national team.
Edo dreams big as Bendel Insurance returns to kings’ table
The future looked bleak for Bendel Insurance just five years ago. The team, which was among the best five sides in Nigerian football from 1972 to 2004, had spent six years in the lower rungs of the country’s football, with signs that it was on life support. The players were disillusioned, while the fans found…
Matches involving promoted teams postponed as NPFL kicks off Sunday
The long awaited Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) will finally kick off on Sunday following the conclusion of the Nigerian National League (NNL) Super Eight Play-Off in Aba.
Niger Tornadoes resume training today
Niger Tornadoes of Minna will resume training today for the final phase of their preparation for the 2018/2019 Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) after a two-week break for the Christmas and New Year celebrations. The Ikon Allah boys will regroup at the club’s training ground at the College of Education mini stadium, Minna this morning…
MFM shock Sunshine Stars, as Rangers fall again
MFM Football Club of Lagos, which barely escaped being relegated out of the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) last season, yesterday in Akure registered the shock result of the week by beating home team, Sunshine Stars 1-0.
Nigerian clubs now avoid continental tickets, says LMC boss, Dikko
The dwindling economic situation in the country may have compelled some clubs to shy away from striving hard to get continental tickets.