Watford set to land £2.8 million-rated Troost-Ekong
Watford is closing in on the signing of Udinese defender, William Troost-Ekong, as per a report by Sport Witness. The Hornets are set to strengthen their defence by bringing the defender
Premier League chief wants fans back, but government to review return plan
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has warned it is "critical" to get fans back into stadiums soon, but a spike in coronavirus cases has forced the British government to review plans to reopen venues from October 1. The Premier League was forced to finish last season with the final 92 matches played behind closed…
UFC returns after seven-week sporting shut-down
Ultimate Fighting Championship chief Dana White's determination to drag the mixed martial arts series out of coronavirus quarantine culminates Saturday in UFC 249.
Sports nostalgia all the rage during virus lockdown
From Premier League stars reliving their own iconic moments to the documentary that broke records in America, the lack of sport during the coronavirus lockdown has triggered a wave of nostalgia among fans and players.
One death too many
Nigerians love their number one sport. They also love their national football teams, particularly the Super Eagles, with a passion. The rest of the world appreciates what Nigerian players bring to the table of football
Maltina unveils school games, enhances sporting activities among children
Taking into account the fundamental role sports play in building physical and mental capacity in children, Maltina has unveiled its school games project.
"She Smelled Expensive" Naomi Osaka Says About Beyonce
Japanese sensation Naomi Osaka has revealed her excitement at meeting her idol Beyonce, saying the US singer "smelled expensive" and gave her a morale-boosting pep talk at a low point last year according to AFP. The two-time Grand Slam champion, who will be defending her Australian Open title this month, bumped into Beyonce and her…
The inter-ministerial technical session: From concept to action
The session remains one of the best organized technical sessions on sports development I have attended in 31 years. I have been involved in sports matters after our woeful performance at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.
Between Nigeria, sport, apartheid and Xenophobia
There is always something confounding about South Africa. When I first heard the word ‘Apartheid’, it was in connection to South Africa. The country was one of the last bastions of slavery in the world.
School imposes ban on sporting activities
The management of the Polytechnic, Ibadan has banned sporting activities on its campuses. The school in a statement from the directorate of students’ affairs said its decision to ban sporting activities was as a result of the security situation in the institution.