Onyekuru looking for an early return

Onyekuru looking for an early return

Everton striker Henry Onyekuru hopes to return from a knee injury by the end of March to boost his chances of playing in the World Cup with Nigeria.

Ighalo move rumours dismissed as fake news

Ighalo move rumours dismissed as fake news

Changchun Yatai have strongly denied reports that Odion Ighalo has received offers to leave China and return to the Premier League.

Walcott arrival has Lookman implications

Walcott arrival has Lookman implications

Everton's capture of Theo Walcott from Arsenal leaves question marks over how much involvement Ademola Lookman will have in the coming weeks.

Wolves want Ikeme celebration involvement

Wolves  want Ikeme celebration involvement

Wolverhampton Wanderers bare running away at the top of the Championship and it is hoped that if and when the runaway leaders get over the line, Carl Ikeme will be at the heart of any promotion party.

Nigeria finalise World Cup warm-ups

Nigeria finalise World Cup warm-ups

Nigeria have finalised their list of friendly matches in preparation for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. In addition to the already announced game against England at Wembley on 2 June, the Super Eagles will play Poland, Serbia, DR Congo, and Czech Republic.

Hannover condemn racist fans

Hannover condemn racist fans

Hannover have condemned a group of their fans who racially abused Mainz players Leon Balogun and Anthony Ujah during Saturday's Bundesliga match.

Iheanacho makes VAR history

Iheanacho makes VAR history

Leicester City’s Kelechi Iheanacho scored the first goal in English football to be awarded using the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) as they reached the FA Cup fourth round with a 2-0 replay victory over third-tier Fleetwood Town on Tuesday.

Rohr happy with England test

Rohr happy with England test

Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr believes England will give his players the ideal test of their readiness for the World Cup when they meet in a friendly in June.

Aiyegbusi the happy wanderer

Aiyegbusi the happy wanderer

Korede Aiyegbusi is fearless on and off the pitch. He left his home at 16 to chase his dream of becoming a professional in the United States.

Third time best for Oshoala

Third time best for Oshoala

Mohamed Salah’s player of the year award stole the headlines at the Confederation of African Football awards in Ghana but the triumph of the Nigerian forward Asisat Oshoala in collecting the women’s equivalent was similarly special.

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