1. Iwobi Set To Blow Ndidi, Iheanacho Apart

Arsenal attacker, Alex Iwobi has been cited as the lad most likely to cause trouble for Leicester City in Monday’s English Premier League clash at Emirates Stadium, London.

Should that be the case, then Iwobi would be ‘guilty’ of causing woes for his Super Eagles’ pals, Wilfred Onyinyen Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho, who are sure to make the trip with The Foxes.

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2. Uzoho Thanks Elche Fans For Victory Against Malaga

Elche of Spain goalkeeper, Francis Odinaka Uzoho has sent a message of thanks to the club’s fans for inspiring the team to a 2-0 win over Malaga on his full debut in the Spanish Segunda.

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Uzoho said he was happy to keep a clean slate in the second division clash on Friday night, after which he thanked the fans and equally acknowledged the efforts of his teammates.

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3. Mikel Defies Injury To Play 90 Minutes For Teda

Tianjin Teda of China midfielder, John Mikel Obi put a lie to all injury reports around him to feature for 90 minutes with his club in the Chinese Super League.

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Just as it was two days before he was omitted from the Super Eagles’ list of invitees to battle Libya, Mikel again featured for the entire duration of his side’s 2-0 loss away to Shandong Luneng.

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4. Victor Osimhen Scores Dramatic 95th-Minute Winner As Sporting Charleroi Stun Zulte-Waregem

Former Golden Eaglets sensation Victor Osimhen notched a brace to help Sporting Charleroi snatch a 3-2 win against Zulte-Waregem on day eleven of the Belgian First Division A on Sunday evening.


Cristian Benavente surprised the goalkeeper to open the scoring for Sporting Charleroi in the 44th minute but two goals from Hamdi Harbaoui in the 73rd and 83rd minute saw the home team trailing 2-1.

5. Ghanaian coach linked with NPFL return

Yaw Preko managed IfeanyiUbah for almost two seasons but he couldn’t convince the owner, Dr Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah of his abilities and potentials during his stint.

Preko could not defend IfeanyiUbah’s Federation Cup title they won in 2016 after crashing out in the semi final to Niger Tornadoes in the following edition.

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