1. Arsenal fans attack Alex Iwobi over dwindling form

Iwobi had hit scintillating form earlier in the season with eye catching performances in the Europa League before finally becoming a regular for the gunners I’m the Premier League and also receiving rave reviews for his showmanship and praise on how new boss Unai Emery had given him fresh confidence.

Iwobi has featured 14 times for the gunners this season in the premier league scoring once and providing three assists. And was in action for the gunners in both losses to Southampton in the EPL and Tottenham in the League Cup.

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2. Nigeria Super Falcons to feature in a mini tournament ahead of World Cup

Nigeria are set to feature in a four-nation tournament ahead of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The 2018 Awcon champions will test their mettle before the global showpiece later next year.

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3. Nigeria Football Federation instructs NPFL to organise Super 8 play-offs

The Nigeria Football Federation has instructed the management of the Nigeria National League to organise and conclude the Super 8 play-offs before January 3, 2019.

Eight teams – Remo Stars, Kada City Stars, Kogi United, Delta Force, Insurance, Shooting Stars, Gombe United and Real Stars – qualified for the play-offs from the four groups of the lower league at the end of the season but last week, Remo, Kogi, Delta, Kada, 3SC and Insurance pulled out of the play-offs, leaving only Gombe and Real in the competition.

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4. Ex-Inter Milan Star Obinna Hails Mourinho’s Man Management Skills : He’s The Best Coach I’ve Ever Had

Victor Obinna has kind words to say about Portuguese gaffer Jose Mourinho, who was recently dismissed as coach of Premier League giants Manchester United following their loss to Liverpool.
Mourinho was coaching Inter Milan when Obinna arrived the club from Chievo Verona in 2008 and featured the then 22-year-old Nigerian in nine matches in the Serie A, including three starts, in the winger’s first season at the Nerazzurri.

5. Official: South African Born Nigerian Winger Snapped Up By Longford Town FC

League of Ireland First Division club Longford Town have confirmed the signing of  Carlton Ubaezuonu on undisclosed terms.
The 20-year-old was born in  Johannesburg to Nigerian parents but has been living in the Republic of Ireland since a young age.