One in 11 won't do for Keshi

One in 11 won't do for Keshi
The numbers eleven and one loom large over Stephen Keshi and his Super Eagles. The first eleven have been looking anything but super in recent times which has led to a recent record of one win in eleven games.

Cleaning Nigeria's Aegean stables

 

Cleaning Nigeria's Aegean stables
Whoever emerges from the current troubles at the Nigeria Football Federation will have a difficult course to chart because it's unlikely they will be able to sort through the underlying problems of Nigerian football.

Ezekiel move part of changing world order

Ezekiel move part of changing world order

The headlines and knives are already out. Nigeria's Imoh Ezekiel moved to the UAE at 20 for the money. Well, whether we like it or not, and lets face it, there are many out there who are going to be dragged kicking and screaming to this party, there is more than just money about this move.

Aluko on target for Hull

Aluko on target for Hull

Sone Aluko and Yannick Sagbo gave Hull City a 2-0 win over York City as the Premier League side continued their warm up for the new season.

£5m value shows lack of Mikel development

£5m value shows lack of Mikel development

We've heard the rumours of Mikel John Obi leaving Chelsea before and the Nigerian midfielder has stayed at Stamford Bridge. He's been the great survivor, lasting eight seasons so far but this time it's different. Chelsea are said to have put a value on him and have spent the last six months reshaping their midfield options.

Why Maigari coup is so wrong

Why Maigari coup is so wrong

The English poet TS Eliot in Murder in the Cathedral declared something along the lines of "We do not know very much of the future except that from generation to generation the same things happen again and again. Men learn little from others' experience. But in the life of one man, never the same time returns."

A cup of two parts

A cup of two parts

Everyone's been waxing lyrical  about the World Cup. It's certainly been dramatic, but it's a tournament of two halves and I fear for the final.

Is Amodu again the answer?

Is Amodu again the answer?
Africansportonline's Tunde Coker suggests a familiar face as an interim replacement for Stephen Keshi.

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