Buhari Hails Victorious Falcons

President Muhammadu Buhari has saluted the senior women’s national football team, (Super Falcons), for winning the 2019 WAFU Women’s tournament, which ended in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, over the weekend. Nigeria won the championship after defeating the competition’s hosts, Dame Elephantes, on a 5-4 penalty.

Ahmed Musa Wins Fourth Career Title

Nigerian footballer, Ahmed Musa who joined a Saudi club side (Al Nassr) last summer has reportedly won the league title with his team. The former Leicester City player is said to have played 24 league games this season and scored seven goals for the Saudi side.

Pep’s Relentless City Retains The Premier League Title

The Blue side of Manchester has emerged victorious in a final day encounter against Brighton, whereby becoming the first team since Sir Alex Fergusons United to retain the League title and set up a prospect for a domestic treble.

An All English Affair In Europe As EPL Clubs Makes The Four Final Places

English Clubs have once again proved to be a force to be reckoned with in Europe by taking all four final in Europe major competitions. Arsenal and Chelsea have cemented a place in the Europa League final, while Liverpool and Tottenham will face off in what is said to be the last game of the 2018/19 football season at the Champions League Final.

Here’s The 27-Man Super Falcons World Cup Provisional Squad

Super Falcons coach Thomas Dennerby has named a 27-man provisional squad the final camp in Austria ahead of the 8th FIFA Women’s World Cup finals taking place in France from 7th June to 7th July 2019. The bulk of the group is from the team who won a record 11th African women’s championship in Ghana last year.

Super Falcons Triump Niger 15-0

In a game of 15 goals, the Super Falcons of Nigeria triumphed the Niger Republic Women's team in order to book their place in this year's edition of the West African Football Union (WAFU) Women’s Cup of Nations.

NFF President Pinnick Charged with $8,400 and N4bn Fraud

President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick and four others have been charged by the Federal Government with alleged mismanagement of the sum of $8,400 which belongs to the federation.
The charges were filed before a Federal High Court in Abuja yesterday the 7th of May, 2019 alleging that the money was paid to NFF by The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) as appearance fee in the group stage of the Brazil 2014 World Cup.

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