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John Mikel Obi reacts to Nigeria's failure to reach the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations following a 2-2 draw against Guinea in Abuja NFF will not comment on corruption claims The Nigeria Football Federation will not comment on remarks made within the
In January, a federal high court in Abuja dissolved the football federation (NFF) and Premier League (NPL). The court declared that only the Nigeria Football League (NFL) and the Nigeria Football Association (NFA) have the legal authority to operate.
Yakubu, Kaita and Etuhu given Nigeria chance Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has given Yakubu Ayegbeni, Sani Kaita and Dickson Etuhu an international lifeline. They have been included in the provisional line-up for Nigeria's opening game of 2013 Africa
Nigeria, who already look forward to the proposed Arsenal pre-season playing tour of the country in June, may have their hopes dashed if feelers emanating from the English Premier League club are anything to go by. Stakeholders in the English Premier
Elephants Going for the Jugular Odindo Ayieko 21 January 2012 With defending champions Egypt, five-time winners Cameroon and Nigeria missing from the 2012 Africa Nations Cup, Cote d'Ivoire have the best chance to win their second continental crown.
Sam Sam Jaja, a former Nigeria Referees Association (NRA) president, went to court to challenge his disqualification to run in NPL elections two years ago. In his motion, Jaja wanted the court to determine the NFF and NPL's legality in line with
Officials from the London club visited Nigeria last month to inspect facilities and met with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to discuss the tour, scheduled for July. On Friday, organisers DanJan Sports and Arsenal officials met at the Emirates
The 29-year-old has not been called by Nigeria since his horror miss against South Korea at the 2010 World Cup. But with 12 goals for in the Premier League this season, Keshi says he is prepared to bring Yakubu back. "I want the best players in my
Maigari Pledges 'Special Package' for Dream Team 23 November 2011 President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Alhaji Aminu Maigari on Wednesday assured the U-23 National Team, Dream Team V, of a 'special package' should the team win Saturday's CAF
Nigeria Football Federation to devise means of getting utmost commitment from the Super Eagles players. NFF boss, Aminu Maigari, disclosed that the senators were disturbed by the poor attitude of players when playing for the nation and wondered why