1. Lawal: Eagles Need Commitment, Determination, Focus

Although the former Roda of Holland star acknowledged that the Eagles will aim to make the best of home advantage and beat the visitors at Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, he warned that costly mistakes could turn the tide around.
Lawal stated further Wednesday morning on a radio sports programme monitored by footballlive.ng that mistakes cannot be ruled out of football, but each player should always try to avoid making costly ones.

2. Arsenal Legend Pires Reveals Iwobi Talks, Gunners Fans Divided Over Nigerian’s Choice of Meal

Former Arsenal winger Robert Pires has revealed that he spoke glowingly with Super Eagles star Alex Iwobi after his game changing performance against Watford in the English Premier League on Saturday.


Iwobi came off the bench in place of contract rebel Aaron Ramsey and played a huge role in the Gunners’ 2-0 win over the Hornets.

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3. Super Eagles Captain Mikel Reveals The One Time His Partner Paid The Restaurant Bill

John Obi Mikel has recently revealed that the only time his Russian girlfriend, Olga Dyachenko, paid the restaurant bill was after the Super Eagles crashed out of the 2018 World Cup.
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The Chelsea legend was downcast in the wake of the Super Eagles 2-1 defeat to Argentina and Olga rewarded him by picking up the bills after they dined at a restaurant.

4. 13-Year Old Midfielder Set To Dazzle The World Of Football

Daddy Keita is a prodigiously gifted midfielder from Cotonou, Benin Republic, and has declared his intention to fulfill his full potential in the round leather game in a not too distant future.

He was brought in and being supported by his Nigeria-born father who is running his car business in Cotonou and has promised to support his young son to get to the zenith of his football career no matter what it will cost.

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5. Nigerian-born youngster Flies From USA Back To Manchester

Footballlive.ng learnt that the Nigerian-born youngster took the flight out of USA at the start of this week, and at Old Trafford to check on the next step of his progress with The Red Devils.

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The Nigerian-born youngster is a USA under-17 former international, who played for his country of birth at the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Chile.

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