1. Nigerian Winger Rilwan Hassan Happy To Return After 8 Months On The Sidelines
2. Trabzonspor Coach Thumbs-Up Onazi ‘s Workrate
Impressed by Onazi Ogenyi’s recent resurgence at the club this season, Trabzonspor manager Unal Karaman has rated the Super Eagles’ star as one of his dependable midfielders ahead of Saturday’s clash against Kasimpasa, Completesportsnigeria.com can exclusively report.
It would be recalled that the Super Eagles midfielder opened scoring for the his club against Galatassaray in the third minutes in a match that saw his Nigerian compatriots Anthony Nwakaeme grabbed a brace as The Burgundy Blue ran away with 4-0 win.
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3. NFF Begin Moves To Hook Derby County of England defender, Fikayo Tomori
Although Tomori is also elligible to play for Canada, he was a part of England’s winning team at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2017, but footballlive.ng gathered that the NFF believe he can still be convinced to play for Nigeria at senior level.
With that in view, top shots at The Glasshouse have already commenced moves to link up with the defender, who is on loan from Chelsea, and was in top form during Wednesday’s Carabao Cup shock victory against Manchester United.
4. Libya Accept To Play Eagles On October 13 In Uyo
5. Azubuike Okechukwu Faces Early Exit In Egypt
Okechukwu had been hoping of making a massive career revival at the Egyptian club, which had been touted as the latest moneybags squad in North Africa, only for their financiers to pull out unceremoniously.
The withdrawal of Pyramids’ main source of funding has now resorted in financial difficulties at the club, such that arlos Tevez, such that Okechukwu and many other foreign players in the squad might end up being the scapegoats.