Many failures of Nigerian football teams in four years
The poor performance by the Super Eagles at the just concluded 2018 FIFA World Cup did not come former Green Eagles winger, Adegoke Adelabu, as a surprise. “I don’t want to believe that we have come to the point where the issues surrounding our participation in the World Cup or international competitions without success have…
Replacing Rohr will not solve Eagles’ problem, says Obuh
Former Flying Eagles coach, John Obuh, has stated that the call for the sack of Super Eagles manager, Gernot Rohr, in some quarters would not bring changes in the Eagles. Obuh, who noted that lack of sustainable football pattern was the bane of Eagles’ failure at the ongoing Russia 2018 World Cup, called on the…
Goal keeping role in Super Eagles should still be open, says Shorunmu
Former Super Eagles’ goalkeeper trainer, Ike Shorunmu, has called on the national team manager, Gernot Rohr, to still keep the number one goal-keeping role of his team open, as there are many good goaltenders in the domestic league.
TVS supports Abdullahi Foundation, donates to charity
Official Tricycle and Motorcycle partners of the Super Eagles, TVS has thrown its weight behind the Shehu Abdullahi Foundation’s initiative to support the less privileged in society through its recent donation of a TVS tricycle (known in local parlance as Keke). TVS was once again fully present, as it has always done lately when the…
Mikel express gratitude to Nigeria Police for father’s rescue
Super Eagles captain Mikel Obi has expressed his gratitude to the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) for their role in rescuing his father who was kidnapped.
‘Nigeria needs two quality strikers to really become world class’
Getting to the World Cup is the dream of many nations achieved by only a few countries. It is a feat worthy of praise, but being among the last 16 teams in the competition is only a right reserved for well-heeled teams out of the 32 that entered the competition.
Super Eagles’ players depart Russia in trickles
Following Tuesday’s exit of the Super Eagles from the 2018 FIFA World Cup, members of the team have been leaving their Essentuki Camp Base in Russia in trickles.
World Cup 2018: The positives and negatives
As the curtain comes down on Nigeria’s run at the World Cup in Russia, there are a number of contrasting emotions.