DSS Operates Back At Glasshouse

Crises rocking Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) took another dramatic turn on Thursday, as operatives of Department for State Security (DSS) returned to the soccer governing body’s secretariat in Abuja. The return of the DSS men to The Glasshouse took many observers by surprise, as it was barely 24 hours after they left and paved way for Ambassador Chris Giwa’s group to take over the NFF leadership. Read More on https://footballlive.ng/dss-operates-back-at-glasshouse/

Everton Winger May Break Nigerian Transfer Record Held By Iheanacho

Everton have reportedly set England U21 star Ademola Lookman’s asking price at 30 million pounds amid interest from ​Bundesliga side RB Leipzig.
According to The Mirror, Everton have slapped a £30 million price tag on Lookman and the winger will cost almost three times the amount The Toffees paid to Charlton to secure his services in January 2017. Read more on http://www.allnigeriasoccer.com/read_news.php?nid=28829

Man City Pip Man Utd, Liverpool, Tottenham To Signing Of Young Nigerian

Manchester City have reportedly won the race for the signature of young Nigerian goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu. Regarded as one of the brightest young goalkeepers in the world at the moment, the 16-year-old Shamrock Rovers glovesman will sign a pre-contract with Man City, according to Irish Daily Star (via Irish Mirror). Read more on http://www.allnigeriasoccer.com/read_news.php?nid=28831

Ajibade Savours Falconets’ First Win At 2018 U-20 Women’s World Cup Vs Haiti

Super Falconets forward Rasheedat Ajibade is in cloud nine after seeing the team record their first win at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup against Haiti on Thursday reports Completesportsnigeria.com. The Nigerian girls bounced back from the defeat against Germany in their first game to beat the Haitians 1-0. Read more on https://www.completesportsnigeria.com/ajibade-savours-falconets-first-win-at-2018-u-20-womens-world-cup-vs-haiti/

Moses Cast In Doubt For New Season With Chelsea

Chelsea of England star, Victor Moses was on Thursday cast in doubt for a presence with The Blues this season, after the club’s staff removed his giant portrait from its spot at their home ground, Stamford Bridge. The development came at a point speculation emerged that Wolverhampton Wanderers had made a late transfer offer to take Moses on loan for the season, as they aim to make the best of their return to the English Premier League. Read more https://footballlive.ng/moses-cast-in-doubt-for-new-season-with-chelsea/