I can’t wait for the return of sporting activities globally — Lawal
Former International, Garba Lawal, has expressed regrets over the COVID-19 pandemic, which he said, has brought hardship to sports men and women, with the sporting and economic...
Rafael Everton pleased with winning home debut
Vandrezzer FC Head Coach, Rafael Everton was delighted to mark his first home game as Vandrezzer FC boss with a victory.
NNL chairman urges Super Four teams to respect league regulations
Chidi Offor-Okenwa, Chairman, Nigeria National League (NNL), has advised the teams participating in the 2019 Super Four to play according to the rules and regulations of the league.
Akwa Starlets bash 3SC 3-0, join Jigawa, Adamawa, Warri Wolves in NPFL
Akwa Starlets of Uyo yesterday at the Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba caused a major upset in the Nigeria National League (NNL) Promotion...
One of the originals keeping MFM FC together
Football is acknowledged as a team sport, where every one of the 11 players in a game is expected to contribute his quota to the success of the collective.
Sport’s billions and how Nigeria is missing out through delayed league kickoff
Sport is one of the biggest employers of labour the world over. It is one sector that requires only the natural talent and a combination of planned structures...
‘NFF has been hijacked by cabal’
Fresh facts have emerged on why former Ogun State Sports Commissioner, Bukola Olopade, resigned his position as Chief Executive Officer of the Bet9ja-sponsored Nigeria National League (NNL).
The NNL and the normalization of second-tier thinking
The latest news that the Nigeria Nationwide League (NNL), the nation's second tier, intends to promote a whopping eight teams to the top flight has been hard to digest. Once again, we are setting ourselves up to be the butt of a thousand jokes.
Controversy trails NFF’s decision to ‘accept’ NNL’s plans for 28-team NPFL
Unless the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) stops the Nigeria National League’s (Second level league) plan to elevate eight teams to the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), the country’s football could become the laughing stock of the international community, a member of the Club Owners Association has said. The 2018/2019 NPFL is scheduled to kick off…