1. Pinnick hails Enyimba, demands self-belief against Raja

Nigeria’s flagbearers, Enyimba Football Club must have unwavering self-belief when they take on Raja Casablanca of Morocco in the semi-finals of this year’s CAF Confederation Cup, says President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Amaju Melvin Pinnick.

Pinnick made this statement on Sunday while congratulating the People’s Elephant for their 5-1 defeat of Rayon Sports of Rwanda at the Enyimba International Stadium, Aba which qualified the team for the semi-finals of the competition on a 5-1 aggregate.

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2. Super Eagles Defender joins Libyan Champions Al-Nasr

Egwuekwe who has experience playing in CAF competitions during his time at Warri Wolves penned a two-year deal and is eager to help the Benghazi club achieve more.

The center-back was a member of Nigeria’s 2013 Afcon winning squad and a key member of the team that finished third at the 2014 African Nations Championship.

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3. Iheanacho Reveals Success Secrets Against Huddersfield

Iheanacho made hay by netting a crucial equaliser for The Foxes and then got an assist on their winning goal but, rather than take personal glory for the turnaround, the former Manchester City star says all his teammates worked hard for the 3-1 victory.

Kelechi Iheanacho

Footballlive.ng can report that Iheanacho disclosed in the aftermath of Saturday’s victory that Leicester deserved maximum points at King Power Stadium, because all his colleagues kept their heads up and they combined well to eke out a dramatic comeback.

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4. Obasi, Osimhen, Maja Make Hay With Goals

In Sweden, Obasi’s first-half winner gave Elfsborg their first win in the Allsvenskan since July 8, as he scored for the second game on the spin in a 1-0 win over Örebro at Borås Arena.

The former TSG Hoffenheim and Schalke 04 striker received a pass from Stefan Ishizaki before placing the ball behind Örebro’s goalkeeper in the 23rd minute.

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5. Liverpool Winger Ojo’s Latest Comments To Spark International Tug-Of-War

Sheyi Ojo’s latest comments about his international future will spark a tug-of-war between the Nigerian Federation and the English Football Association for his services, with the winger refusing to rule out playing for the three-time African champions if handed a call-up by manager Gernot Rohr.
Sheyi Ojo
Born in Hemel Hempstead, Ojo is provisionally cap-tied to England, having played competitively for the U19s, U20s and U21s teams, and remains on the radar of the English FA ahead of next summer’s important European U21 Championship.