1. NFF on course to reach self-funding goal – Pinnick
Pinnick, who was re-elected for a second term last week, says the focus of the coming years will be to achieve full self-sufficiency for the NFF.
“Thanks to our many sponsors and partners, we have achieved 65-percent private sector funding status,” Pinnick told KweséESPN.
2. Super Eagles after 3 points not choice of venue – Ibitoye
Ahead of Nigeria’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Libya, Media Officer of the Super Eagles, Toyin Ibitoye, has revealed that the Super Eagles are always ready to play in any venue in the country.
He stated this during a telephone interview with a Lagos based radio station, monitored by Soccernet.com.ng, where he disclosed that the priority of the team is to pick the maximum point regardless of the choice of venue.
3. Super Falcons still Highest Ranked African Team in the World
The Super Falcons who have qualified to defend the Africa Women’s Cup of Nation later this year are ranked 38th in the World; 9 places above the next ranked African team – Ghana.
There were no movements in or out of the top five in Africa, just accumulation and deduction of points
5. Pinnick tips Enyimba FC to reach CAF Confederation Cup final
Newly elected Nigeria Football Federation President, Amaju Pinnick believes Enyimba international have what it takes to overcome Raja Casablanca of Morocco in both legs of the semi-finals of the CAF Confederation Cup.
Pinnick, who last week Thursday won the NFF president seat for the second term in Katsina, also lauded the feat achieved by the team and their technical crew.