1. Nigeria: Michael Essien Wants Victor Moses Out of Chelsea
Super Eagles forward, Victor Moses, who has experienced a nightmarish season at Stamford Bridge this term has been advised to utilize the January transfer window to get another club where he will get regular play-time.
The Nigerian player has made only two appearances in the English Premier League for Chelsea this season.
2. Super Eagles and the Rest of Africa heading to Egypt for 2019 AFCON
According to footballlive.ng sources, CAF is ready to rule in favor of Egypt’s bid to host the 2019 Afcon.
After CAF stripped Cameroon of the rights to host the 32nd edition of the continental competition, alongside Egypt, South Africa also indication their intention to host with formal bods submitted.
3. We don’t need Lookman, Tammy Abraham for 2019 AFCON
Over the couple of years, Eagles Head Coach Gernot Rohr has scouted Europe for players of Nigerian origin, as he builds a team for the future.
The process has since seen the introduction of Bryan Idowu, Tyronne Ebuehi and Ola Aina, all of whom have now earned international caps with Nigeria, but Victor Agali has advised the Coaches to pump the breaks.
4. Ajibade joins Avaldsnes on two year contract
She will join Avaldsnes pending receipt of her International Transfer Certificate (ITC) and P-1 Visa.
Ajibade was acquired by the former league champions using Targeted Allocation Money (TAM) and will occupy an International roster spot.
5. Wilfred Ndidi helps compound Man City and Guardiola’s Misery
Leicester City came from behind to shock Pep Guardiola in a 2-1 win and Wilfred Ndidi was solid for the home team as they climbed to seventh in the League table.
It was the first time the Cityzens had lost back to back competitive games since April – 2-3 vs Man United and 1-2 vs Liverpool in the UCL – but not since 2015 did they lose two consecutive league matches – Crystal Palace 2-1 and Manchester United 4-2.