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Why Nigerian footballers fail trials abroad — Coach

A Coach and Assistant Chairman, Surulere Super League, Akeem Shira, on Monday said that some Nigerian footballers fail in their trials abroad because they were not playing in competitive leagues. Shira made the assertion in an interview with  Newsmen during the activities to kick off of the Surulere...
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It means so much to beat 2 tennis greats back to back, Zverev says

London – Germany’s Alexander Zverev described his ATP Finals title win on Sunday as “astonishing”, after beating Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic in consecutive days without losing a set. Zverev and Federer Just as against Swiss 20-time Grand Slam champion Federer in Saturday’s semi-final, the 21-year-old produced a...
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MPC to maintain rates to sustain foreign portfolio inflows

As dollar inflow into I&E falls by 42%CBN defends naira in I&E with $4.35bn in 3mths By Babajide Komolafe WITH dollar inflow into the Investors and Exporters window, I&E, falling by 42 percent in October, and the external reserves maintaining its downward trend, losing another $2.639 billion since...
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Okowa receives Super Eagles at Asaba international airport

.. As NFF President Lauds FIFA Approval Of Stephen Keshi Stadium For Int’l Matches DELTA State Governor, Senator Dr Ifeanyi Okowa has described the first international flight into the Asaba International Airport as momentous as it brought back the Super Eagles from south Africa ater qualifying for the...
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Moremi Ajasoro goes musical

By Chris Onuoha Yoruba heroine, Queen Moremi Ajasoro, comes on stage as the House of Oduduwa, in conjunction with Bolanle Austen Peters, presents ‘Moremi the Musical.’ The musical drama is another milestone on the heroine and a huge effort invested in the global promotion of the Yoruba cultural...
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Eagles best disciplined team I ever managed — Rohr

Super Eagles coach,  Gernot Rohr has disclosed that the Nigeria team is the best disciplined he ever managed in Africa. Rohr has managed Tunisia, Niger, Burkina Faso, Nigeria and Gabon in his coaching career. “Africa is very special, it is different. We need a lot of discipline, organization...
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