1. Moses Takes Consolation From Chelsea’s Kids Party

Moses said he was happy to be part of The Bridge Kids Party, where he disclosed that he met some lads who he believes are certain future stars of the club and the game in general.

Footballlive.ng gathered further that Moses is still relishing memories of the evening out in London, which coincided with another report that his latest hope of a January deal at Crystal Palace had fallen flat.

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2. Ogu Sends Words Of Love, Gratitude To All His Fans

Footballlive.ng reports that the former Academica de Coimbra of Portugal towering left-footer is inspired by goodwill messages from his fans and feels he has to reciprocate.

Ogu, who captained the Super Eagles in an exhibition match against Liberia, which featured the hosts soccer star-turned-presidnet, said he is happy to end 2018 on a happy note.

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3. Onazi Restates Commitment to Super Eagles

Nigeria international Ogenyi Onazi has underlined his commitment to the Super Eagles as he sets his sights on a return to the national team.

The 25-year-old missed the West African’s last three competitive matches due to injury, having last played for his country in a 3-0 win over the Seychelles after the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

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4. Sports Ministry: Why We Can’t Maintain Abuja National Stadium

The Ministry of Youth and Sports has revealed that the inability to maintain the Abuja National stadium stemmed from the N2 billion annual maintenance bill presented by construction giants Julius Berger, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.

Permanent secretary of the ministry Olusade Adesola who disclosed this at a media brief in Abuja said that the recently concluded 19th National Sports Festival afforded the ministry the opportunity to give facelift to many facilities at the complex.

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5. Legend On Sarri Snubbing Victor Moses: He Is Not Happy Sitting On The Bench

Chelsea legend Tommy Langley has commented on Victor Moses’ limited playing opportunities since the start of this season and was honest after stating that the former Nigeria international must be unhappy being overlooked for selection.
The Blues number fifteen is in fourth position in Maurizio Sarri’s pecking order of wingers, behind Eden Hazard, Pedro and Willian whereas he was the undisputed first choice right wing-back during the two years Antonio Conte was in charge.