1. NFF Confirms Keshi Stadium for Seychelles, Egypt Matches
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is believed to have settled for the Keshi Stadium in Asaba, Delta State to host the international friendly between the Super Eagles and the Pharaohs of Egypt and the dead-rubber last 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifying Group B match against Seychelles.
A top official in the Glass House in Abuja confirmed to THISDAY in a telephone interview last night that the deal to host the two matches in Asaba is almost a done deal because the Delta State Government has agreed to take 70 per cent of the cost to prosecute the matches.
2. Four Nigeria Players Who Must Not Move To Big Clubs In January Transfer Window
The January transfer window officially opens on Tuesday and there are expectations that some Nigerian players must move to bigger clubs in the winter window.
But which Nigerian players should wary of the decisions they make in January until the summer at least. Izuchukwu Okosi examines this.
3. See Iconic Photo of African Legends Keshi and Bwalya
Twenty-four years later Bwalya relieved the moment as he honored the memory of the now late Keshi.
In a tweet on Sunday, the Zambian football Legend shared an emotional summary of his relationship with Keshi after another Twitter user posted a picture of the two clinking their little tea cups.
4. Nigerian youngster Samuel Chukwueze responds to rumours he is set to finally join Arsenal
Samuel Chukwueze has spoken out about claims he is about to move to Arsenal almost three years after he was pictured signing a deal with the club alongside Arsene Wenger and former Nigerian footballer Kanu.
He was one of two youngsters who was supposed to have been snapped up by the Gunners in January 2016 after the Super Eagles won the Under-17 World Cup in Chile.
5. I am ready to serve my fatherland – Fernado Adi