Trigger quick City and Mancini

Trigger quick City and Mancini

A week of worldwide acclaim for Alex Ferguson and his 26 years in charge of Manchester United patently failed to get the message through to Manchester City's trigger-happy owners that stability is the key to sustained footballing success.

NFF: Are they fit for purpose?

NFF: Are they fit for purpose?
Two phrases come to mind when I think of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and the latest headlines surrounding them. Neither are flattering.

Is Mikel the emperor with no clothes?

 Is Mikel the emperor with no clothes?

Chelsea’s FA Cup semi-final defeat to Manchester City has reignited the John Obi Mikel debate.

Time Nigeria ended age cheating

Time Nigeria ended age cheating

A few years ago I was sitting in the office of an ex NFF president. One of the international age group tournaments was six months away. A stream of players putting themselves forward for trials.

Osaze: Saint or sinner?

Osaze: Saint or sinner?

West Bromwich Albion might be forgiven for adapting a line from TS Eliot and asking: “Who will rid me of this troublesome footballer?”

NFF should care more for their players

NFF should care more for their players

There’s been a lot of comment about the Emmanuel Emenike story.

Nigeria's World Cup task just got harder

Nigeria's World Cup task just got harder
It's just been announced that Nigeria will face Mexico in the United States on 31 May as part of their preparations for the Confederations Cup.

Nigerian board need to move on real issue

Nigerian board need to move on real issue

So according to Stephen Keshi there is a fragile peace at the Nigerian Football Federation.

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