1. NFF Join In Celebrating Iheanacho’s Birthday

Footballlive.ng recalls that Iheanacho was born on October 3, 1996 in the suburbs of Imo State capital, Owerri.

He burst to limelight as a member of the conquering Golden Eaglets squad that won UAE 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup, where he emerged most valuable player and caught the eye of English champs, Manchester City.

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2. Amputee Eagles Get $68,000 Boost In Online Campaign

Ishiguzo, who was a regular footballer with Stationery Stores FC of Lagos, before a nasty injury resulted in one of his legs being amputated over ten years ago, said the team need enough funding to compete at the forthcoming Amputee Football World Cup in Mexico.

Amputee Eagles

Ishiguzo recalled that the Amputee Eagles missed the last three editions in 2010, 2012 and 2014 due to a lack of money.

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3. Success Nominated For Watford Best Goal Award

In the wake of a return to goals scoring form and remarkable work rate with his club, Success has gained a recall to the Nigerian national team for next weekend’s battle against Libya, ahead of which footballlive.ng notes he could have a massive personal boost heading into the national team’s camp.

Such a huge confidence booster it would be for Success, should he come tops, as he has been named among the honours list, for which voting is available at Watfordfc.com until Friday.

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4. Musa To Captain Super Eagles In Uyo

This is sequel to information reaching footballlive.ng that the former CSKA Moscow of Russia and Leicester City of England star has regained his status as the first vice-captain of the Super Eagles.

Ahmed Musa

A credible source close to the team recalled that Musa had initially been named the authentic captain of the side by erstwhile coach, Sunday Ogorchukwu Oliseh, but the decision was overturned when Samson Yebowei Siasia took over as interim handler in charge for the AFCON 2015 qualifiers.

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5. Respect Moses’ decision, says Kaoje

The Chelsea winger retired from international duties after the 2018 World Cup preferring to concentrate on club duties with the Blues.

Victor Moses

“I have read several opinions on Social Media as regards Victor Moses’ retirement from national team duties,” Kaoje said in am interview with Footballlive.ng.

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