Witch Doctor Helped Me Back to the Top, Balogun Reveals
Super Eagles and Brighton defender, Leon Balogun has revealed that it was a witch doctor that helped him revived his soccer career.
Bogged down by injury and loss of form, Balogun said his sister encouraged him to consult a spiritualist and he readily agreed.
Balogun played a key role for the Super Eagles in the World Cup qualifier and the tournament in Russia. This season he joined Brighton from Bundesliga club Mainz and has played games against Manchester United and Liverpool in the early weeks of the season. Read more at https://allafrica.com/stories/201809020043.html
Iheanacho punishes Alisson, as Liverpool’s clean sheet Streak ends
Kelechi Iheanacho beat Liverpool’s £67m goalkeeper, Alisson Becker in a one-on-one battle to force the Brazilian into a gaffe and gifted Leicester City a goal.Iheanacho started from the bench, coming on just after the hour mark and instantly made his impact felt.
The Nigerian charged at Alisson who had opted to play the ball rather than clear.
But the goalkeeper, who had kept a clean sheet until the game against Leicester, was beaten in the scrimmage by the attacker and squared it for Rachid Ghezzal. Read more at https://footballlive.ng/iheanacho-punishes-alisson-as-liverpools-clean-sheet-streak-ends/
REVEALED!: How a Seer Encouraged Balogun To Play For Nigeria
Super Eagles defender Leon Balogun has sensationally revealed how an encounter with a female seer motivated him to switch international allegiance to Nigeria and start playing for the Super Eagles.
Balogun, 30, joined Brighton from Bundesliga club Mainz earlier this summer and has featured in matches against Manchester Unitedand Liverpool in the early weeks of the season. Read more at https://www.completesportsnigeria.com/revealed-how-a-seer-encouraged-balogun-to-play-for-nigeria/
5 Nigerian Players Who Should Have Moved Away From Their Current Clubs
With the 2017/2018 season summer transfer window effectively shut on Friday, August 31, Completesportsnigeria. com’s ADEBOYE AMOSU looks at five Nigerian tops players who failed to make career lifeline move away from their current club during the window to boost their chances of playing regular football.
After spending three consecutive seasons on loan at Liverpool, West Ham United and Stoke City, Victor Moses finally nailed down a starting berth at Chelsea under Antonio Conte albeit in a wing-back position. Read more https://www.completesportsnigeria.com/5-nigerian-players-who-should-have-moved-away-from-their-current-clubs/
Nigerian Football: Okocha Urges NFF To Focus More On Grassroots Development
Emmanuel Okocha, the elder brother of Super Eagles legend Austin “Jay Jay” Okocha, has called on the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) to pump money into improving local football programmes and facilities across the country.
“The NFF must work on improving training facilities for the teams. It helps in player development,” he told Footballlive.ng”
“Nigeria has developed in a lot of areas in football. But in infrastructure and training facilities there are problems. Read more at https://independent.ng/nigerian-football-okocha-urges-nff-to-focus-more-on-grassroots-development/