1. Shola Ameobi Denies Retirement

Ameobi who starred for Nigeria at Brazil 2014 World Cup, has been out of the spotlight since leaving Newcastle United, after which he joined a string of lower teams, but footballlive.ng gathered he insists he is still good to continue.

The 36-year-old, who is a free agent after being released by Notts County at the end of last season, stressed at the weekend that he has not retired, though he is no longer doing top level things in the game.

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2. Etebo Gets 66 Minutes In Potters’ Comeback Draw

Before being replaced by one of The Potters’ goals scorers, Bojan Kirkic, Etebo put up a battling performance, but it was not enough to keep the hosts at bay, and footballlive.ng can report that his side went own 2-0 against Semi Ajayi’s team.


The spirited fightback by Etebo’s team saw Rotherham were denied a fourth home win back in the Championship as Stoke battled from two goals down to earn a 2-2 draw.

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3. Kanu Cup: Kanu, Saha, Pirès, Essien, Yakubu Among The Scorers In 13-Goal Thriller With Wenger Watching

Premier League Masters thrashed African Masters 9-4 in the Petrolex Kanu Cup 2018 game staged at the Hive Stadium on Sunday, September 30, with former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger among the spectators.
Kanu Cup
Former Nigeria internationals Nwankwo Kanu, Christoper Kanu, Danny Shittu, Peter Odemwingie, Yakubu Aiyegbeni and Daniel Amokachi were part of the African Masters squad.

4. Moses Faces Fresh Rivalry From Hazard’s Brother

Moses, who got a rare spot for Chelsea in Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Liverpool, has found the going tough at Stamford Bridge since the arrival of Maurizio Sarri in the saddle, with the Italian gaffer preferring several other players ahead of him.

Victor Moses

Alarmingly, footballlive.ng gathered that an additional rival is bound to b added to the haul against Moses, as Chelsea have reportedly joined the race to sign Ethan Hazard, who is the younger brother of The Blues’ current best player, Eden.

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5. Igbonu Leads Nigerian ‘Undercards’ In Goals Rain

Footballlive.ng can report that Igbonu hit the match winner for Ufa in the 69th minute of play, for his second goal of the season in the Russian Premier League, and Ufa are now 13th on the table with nine points from eight games.

Joining Igbonu in the rain of goals by Nigeria’s ‘undercard’ players were Samuel Emem Eduok in Turkey and Moses Ogbu in Sweden.

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