7 Jan 2021
For an ardent Nigerian football fan, the name, IICC Shooting Stars carries a lot of weight. It remains one of the most famous clubs the country ever produced.
2 Jan 2021
In 10 years Nigeria can be a global power in sports, competing against the giants, USA and China, in many sports events at the Olympics and the World Championships.
21 Nov 2020
All These Nollywood Films Will Not Kill Somebody TEETH 4 TEETH was viewing a Nollywood movie on satelite TV during the week, but for the quick intervention of Mrs ‘TEETH 4 TEETH’, who was by the grace of ALMIGHTY GOD, home that early in the morning, you may be reading now that he is in…
7 Nov 2020
If you are not a dreamer like me, feel free to stop reading this now. This is one of those days that I play games with my mind, let my imagination run wild and dream ‘crazy’ ideas.
19 Sep 2020
Sport is presently slave labour in Nigeria. Without exaggerating, and I am asserting with all sense of responsibility, most athletes in the Nigerian domestic sport landscape are living in poverty. The evidence is all around us in the level of respect they enjoy in society and in the poor treatment they receive in their clubs,…
25 Jul 2020
I have read several reports, mostly on social media, about Didier Drogba’s attempt to contest for the Presidency of the Cote D’Ivoire Football Federation.
27 Jun 2020
I do not have any of the answers to the three questions but I have experiences that span almost 50 years since I played my first serious football competition as a teenager in my first year in Ibadan after leaving Jos at 18.
6 Jun 2020
Permit me to deviate from more technical issues this morning and pay special tribute to a very special person. He is hardly ever seen or heard of by the general public.
23 May 2020
The ‘problem’ with Babuje, for that’s what I call Emmanuel Okala, is that he takes everything in life very seriously. I recall our years in the national camp.
16 May 2020
For very many reasons I do not like to write about the National Institute for Sports, NIS. Its story is a pathetic reminder of how Nigeria has lost its way in the development of Sports.
25 Apr 2020
Today, again, I am going back in history to an unforgettable day in the calendar of Nigerian football. I don’t know the exact dates, but the two matches took place between October and November of 1977.
4 Apr 2020
There has always been something different, unique and special about the Nigerian. Most of us do not know it, or even appreciate it, but it is there in every one of us, in our DNA.