1. England Now Ahead Of Nigeria In Race For QPR Sensation Eze, Striker Handed Maiden England Call-Up

England have leapfrogged Nigeria in the race for Queens Park Rangers sensation Eberechi Eze after the striker cum attacking midfielder was included in the Young Lions squad for games in October.
Eze, who has caught the eye for QPR this campaign and was recently named the club’s Player of the Month, has received his first call-up to the England team and could debut for the U20s when they face Italy at Mill Farm, AFC Fylde on October 11.

2. Libya no match for Super Eagles- Alloy Agu

The former Nigerian international insists that with the current form of the invited players Nigerians need to fear no foe.

Libya coach Abdel Amrouche had thrown a swipe at the Super Eagles in September after his team played a goalless draw against the Bafana Bafana of South Africa saying he will rather play the Eagles as he sees them as a team The Mediterranean Knights can easily handle but Alloy Agu believes that football is played on the pitch and not in front of the microphones.

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3. Iwobi Receives Mixed Ratings In Arsenal Triumph Over Qarabag

Super Eagles forward Alex Iwobi was in action for 70 minutes as Arsenal defeated Azerbaijan side Qarabag in 3-0 their second Group E UEFA Europa League game in Baku on Thursday night.


Iwobi was replaced by Alexandre Lacazette and the Nigerian’s performance was rated by some of the English media who covered the game.

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4. CAFCC: It’s not over, says Bashir

Bashir told Footballlive.ng that not until the end of the return leg away in Morocco, Enyimba can also beat Raja Casablanca to qualify against all odds.

“We are unhappy to have lost 1-0 to Raja Casablanca in front of our fans in Aba,” Abdulrahman Bashir mused to Footballlive.ng.

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5. AFCON qualifiers: Siasia warns on the danger of underrating Libya

Siasia speaking ahead of the clash said Nigeria must face the reality of Libya’s ambition as well.

Siasia Samson

“The two games will be very difficult and keenly contested because the Libyans have ambition following their impressive performance in the first two group games.”

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