1. John Ogu Replies Super Eagles Fans : Every Word On Constant Bench Role, Rohr & AFCONQ Vs Libya

Super Eagles fans have voiced their displeasure that manager Gernot Rohr keeps inviting Hapoel Beer Sheva’s John Ogu to the national team without the midfielder getting game time.
Ogu has professionally refused to vent his anger on the German football tactician, albeit publicly, saying he respects the decision of the coach and spoke about the quality players ahead of him in the pecking order of defensive midfielders.

2. Udegbe: I’m Ready To Fight For Super Eagles No.1 Shirt

German-born Nigerian goalkeeper, Robin Udegbe, is incredibly determined to jostle with Francis Uzoho and the other goalkeepers for the Super Eagles’ first choice spot if he gets an invitation to the Nigeria camp, Completesportsnigeria.com report.

The 27-year-old has kept four clean sheets in 12 German Regionalliga West games (fourth division) for RW Oberhausen so far this season, and he is confident of getting a chance to represent his fatherland.

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3. BREAKING! FIFA suspends Sierra Leone indefinitely over government’s interference

FIFA’s decision came after it wrote to the African country’s sports minister, expressing grave concern about the removal of SLFA president Isha Johansen and general secretary Christopher Kamara.


FIFA had asked for both individuals to be allowed to access SLFA premises without delay to ensure that the operations of the association, including FIFA-funded projects, were not jeopardised.

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Nigeria head coach Gernot Rohr says he is banking on the abundant pool of talents as well as the youthfulness of his team to triumph over Libya.

Genort Rohr

The two nations will clash in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers (Group E) later this month.

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5. Pinnick sues for continued peace in football

Pinnick restated his commitment to peace in Lagos on Friday where he was one of the star players at the ceremonial game between the Lagos chapter of the Sport Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN) and a prominent sport Whatsapp group Family United by Sports (FUBS) in a game that ended in a 1 – 1 draw.

Amaju Pinnick

Pinnick said football is bigger than any administrator and the sport at all time must come first ahead of personal or political ambitions.

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