1. Adepoju tips Ezenwa to be in goal against South Africa

Ex-international, Mutiu Adepoju has backed Ikechukwu Ezenwa to replace injured Francis Uzoho in the Super Eagles goal post against Bafana Bafana of South Africa in a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

Uzoho, who is expected to be out for 4 weeks after copping an injuring in Elche’s 5-1 loss to Cardiz in the Spanish Second division league at the weekend, has remained Nigeria’s number one goalie since taking over from Ezenwa.

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2. Nigeria: I’ll Like to Have a Club, I Don’t Have to Own Arsenal – Dangote

Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, had said he would like to have a club and that it does not have to be Arsenal.

He was reported to have considered buying a football club other than London-based Arsenal if controlling shareholder Stan Kroenke refuses to sell.

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3. Bafana seeks inspiration from Bartlett to Stop Super Eagles

In 2004 Bartlett played against the Super Eagles in an international friendly on November 17 and he scored the first of two goals in Bafana’s 2-1 victory.

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The 46-year-old who is currently the Manager of University of Pretoria F.C. is one of several South African football personalities urging fans to come out en masse for the team.

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4. Super Falcons star thanks fans for their support

Onome recently moved to the Chinese Women Super League on the books of HENAN FC after leaving Swedish club FC Minsk.

Onome said “It’s been a remarkable year for me and none of this could have been possible without the love of my fans. Starting today (Tuesday, November 6) I will be asking one question a day till Friday for five lucky winners to get a chance to win my club jersey signed. To win, simply answer correctly and quickly.”

5. Iwobi Tops Nigerian Players’ Rich List

Arsenal winger Alex Iwobi has overtaken Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi as the most valuable Nigerian footballer, according to the latest monthly update by CIES Football Observatory.

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With a market value of €52.4 million, the Hale End Academy product is the only Nigerian player worth above 50 million euros across the top five leagues in Europe.