1. Iwobi Makes Substitute Appearance, As Arsenal Leave It Late To Pip Stubborn Huddersfield

Alex Iwobi was named among the substitutes for Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

The Super Eagles star was afforded 45 minutes of game time after replacing Stephan Lichtsteiner at the beginning of the second half, his 13th appearance in the Premier League this season.

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2. We will approach Junior Mena with all seriousness. Paul Aigbogun

It could be recalled that the Nigeriens last Friday defeated the black satellites of Ghana 1-0 in their first Group B match.

Speaking exclusively to www.footballlive.ng is the head coach of U-20 coach Paul Aigbogun on his preparedness for the next match as Niger Republic.

3. You are the next champion!

Last weekend, the Nigeria’s Super Falcons proved to the world that the downfall of a man, or rather of a woman, is not the end of his/her life. At the opening Match of the just concluded African Women Cup of Nations (AWCON), the Super Falcons were beaten by the Bayana Bayana of South Africa. As they met this same team in their final match, the Super Falcons were able to beat the Bayana Bayana, thereby maintaining their position as the African Champions. With this victory, the Falcons have retained this title for the 9th time. He who laughs last laughs the best! As I watched these young girls celebrating their victory over South Africa, a thought came to my mind, do you know that you are the next champion?

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4. “Something Soft” ! Onazi dedicates goal to Wife and Children

His second league goal of the season for Trabzonspor came as anything but soft for Onazi, who tackled and won the ball of a opponent before running from the middle of the pitch to score.   He celebrated the goal with a dance move and continued on instagram as he accompanied the video of the goal with the caption: Something soft for my wife and two lovely children… #skzfamily #gracespeaksforme With a soft #sensima

5. Super Eagles goal machine admits Ideye was crucial to his form

Nigeria won the AFCON title; for the third time, and it was largely due to the partnership forged between the two forwards off the pitch as Emenike confirmed to Brila.net.   The ex Nigeria international described Ideye as, “a good friend even till this day.” ‘In the national team you might not have to many friends, but keep the ones you have close. I have a lot of friends in the team even now.   ‘I’m friends with Kenneth Omeruo and Brown Ideye. Ideye is a very close friend and our relationship off the pitch helped our understanding when we were together on it at the time,’ Emenike explained.   However, that partnership was broken when Ideye was dropped by Stephen Keshi for the 2014 FIFA World Cup and subsequent years until the international retirement of Emenike.