1. Rohr Gives Conditions For Eagles’ Gatecrashers

While affirming that the current set of players in the Eagles have already laid a strong foundation for a successful outing at AFCON 2019, Rohr said chances will be given only to newcomers with special qualities.

The Franco-German gaffer added that any intending new member must also show an ability to offer something better than those already in.

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2. Tijani Babangida dismisses Gernot Rohr’s Super Eagles

Babangida, who featured for Nigeria at AFCONs and a World Cup finals, says the strength of the current Eagles squad is not in their skill or fantastic talents as was abundant in previous sets of the Eagles.

Rohr has led the Eagles to one World Cup appearance and also picked a qualification ticket for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.

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3. Kenneth Omeruo: Leganes New Hero?

The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations may still be six months away but Nigerian national team Manager, Gernot Rohr is already hoping that some of the Super Eagles players would maintain their scintillating performances till the summer when the AFCON kicks off.

Leganes of Spain defender, Kenneth Omeruo is one of such players the German-born tactician is hoping he keeps his form. Last weekend the Chelsea loanee put up a man of the match performance in his club’s 1-1 draw against La Liga title contender, Sevilla, which is still enjoying a wave review in Spain

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4. Manchester City send ‘invitation’ to young Arsenal target

City are one of a handful of clubs interested in signing the talented forward who boats both USA and Nigerian heritage. A 15-year-old centre-forward, he can also play on the wings.

Arsenal’s interest in the player is not clear at this point. They were linked with a move for him when he was just 12 and then again the following year. The story is a bit of a confusing one, if I’m honest, given the lack of information available regarding youngsters.

5. Rasheedat Ajibade Rejected 3-Year Vaxjo DFF Deal, Accommodation & Offer To Continue Education

Super Falcons rising star Rasheedat Ajibade was heavily courted by Swedish Damallsvenskan side Vaxjo DFF before she made an under-the-radar transfer to Norwegian club Avaldsnes IL, allnigeriasoccer.com can exclusively report.
The striker was offered a three-year contract by Vaxjo DFF but negotiations dragged on and on as her representatives were too slow to respond, leading to the eventual collapse of the deal.