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A former international, Uduka Ugbade, has warned the Super Eagles not to bungle the African Cup of Nations qualifiers ahead of the 2019 competition in Cameroon. The Remo Stars coach told New Telegraph that it was painful watching the ongoing competition in Gabon without Nigeria as he called on the team to...

Super Eagles Manager, Gernot Rohr, has warned Watford striker, Odion Ighalo, against dumping the English Premier League for the lucrative Chinese League. Ighalo...

Nigeria’s Supreme Court sitting in Abuja on Monday postponed the appeabrought before it by the Amaju Pinnick-led board over the leadership tussle...

Technical Director of the Nigeria Football Federation, Bitrus Bewarang, is optimistic that Everton’s new kid on the block Ademola Lookman will pledge...

Enugu Rangers coach Imama Amapakabo has blamed his players for their lackadaisical attitude which caused them to suffer a 2-1 home defeat against Abia...

GABON 2017 AFCON Senegal coach Aliou Cisse praised his players’ attitude after they beat Tunisia 2-0 in their Africa Cup of Nations opening match....

Ojo Onaolapo and three other Nigerian players have been handed their opponents in the preliminary stage of the first ITTF World Tour in 2017 – Hungarian Open, as the tournament serves off on today in Budapest. Onaolapo was handed a tough draw as he is expected to battle Hong Kong’s Tianyi Jiang and Italy’s Matteo Mutti in Group 17 for a place in the main draw. Also,...

Lagos road races prodigy Aminat Olowora has hailed Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode for embracing marathon. Olowora, winner of the 1,500m, 5,000m...

The Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa has pledged improved funding to the National Olympic Committees, an official of the African continental Olympic Movement has said. Tommy Sithole, the Secretary General of ANOCA, who was at its Abuja scretariat for routine administrative duties told the Echnonewsng.com that the increased funding would be coming from...

GABON 2017 AFCON Algeria winger Riyad Mahrez admitted his side were not at their best as they were held 2-2 by Zimbabwe in their Africa Cup of Nations opener. The Leicester winger scored both his side’s goals – the second an 82nd-minute equaliser that prevented a shock loss to the rank outsiders. “We knew the first match was going to be difficult,”...

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