Arsenal Fan still finds Reason to blame Iwobi, who didn’t play vs Man City
Alex Iwobi did not get blamed for anything after Arsenal’s 2-0 defeat to Manchester City in Unai Emery’s first Premier League game as Gunners’ Boss on Sunday – so you’d think.
The Nigerian’s bench role throughout the game took some heat off his radar from the many edgy Gooners on social media, but they would have honestly hoped the player was out on the pitch offering up some invention, which Emery’s team lacked. Read more: https://footballlive.ng/arsenal-fan-still-finds-reason-to-blame-iwobi-who-didnt-play-vs-man-city/
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Erico warns NFF against underrating Seychelles
Former international, Joe Erico has warned the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) against underrating Super Eagles next opponent in the Cameroun 2019 African Nations Cup qualifying series, Seychelles, saying treating the lowly rated country with kid gloves could cost the country a ticket to the competition.
Nigeria lost its first match in the qualifying series 2-0 to South Africa in Uyo in June last year and needs a convincing victory over Seychelles to resuscitate its hopes of being in Cameroun next year. Read More: https://guardian.ng/sport/erico-warns-nff-against-underrating-seychelles/
Giwa-led board sacks NFF General Secretary, Sanusi
The Chris Giwa-led faction of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) on Sunday said it had terminated the appointment of Mohammed Sanusi as the NFF General Secretary with immediate effect.
NAN reports that Victor Iroele, Special Assistant on Media to NFF President Giwa, disclosed in a statement, noting that Sanusi’s letter of appointment termination had been copied the Youths and Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung. Read more: http://dailypost.ng/2018/08/13/giwa-led-board-sacks-nff-general-secretary-sanusi/
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