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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Amaju Pinnick re-elected as NFF president

Amaju Pinnick has been elected as the president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) for a second term of four years. Pinnick and his new...

Tunisia takes top spot off Senegal in FIFA’s Africa ranking

Tunisia's Carthage Eagles are now ranked as the number one side in Africa following the release of FIFA's latest ranking for the month of...

NFF election takes place amid concerns, petitions

Election into the presidency of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is scheduled to hold this Thursday in the northwest city of Katsina. There are fear...

Messi scores hat-trick as Barcelona thrash PSV

Lionel Messi pictures the Champions League ending with him hoisting the trophy and it began with him scoring a hat-trick on Tuesday as Barcelona...

Icardi sparks Inter Milan’s late comeback to stun Spurs

A stunning Mauro Icardi volley sparked a thrilling late Inter Milan comeback as the Italian side beat Tottenham 2-1 on their return to the...

Five die in Luanda stadium stampede after CAFCL game

It was a sad end to the CAF Champions League match between Primeiro de Agosto and DR Congo's TP Mazembe as five people have...

Decisive fixtures to determine last four in CAF club competitions

The race for semi-final places in this year's CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup will all boil down to the second leg matches from...

Insigne gets Napoli back winning, Inter fall to Parma

Lorenzo Insigne's second-half goal got Serie A runners-up Napoli back winning 1-0 against Fiorentina on Saturday ahead of next week's Champions League trip to...

Liverpool punish sloppy Spurs for fifth straight win

Liverpool extended their perfect start to the season as goals from Georginio Wijnaldum and Roberto Firmino ensured the Premier League leaders punished woeful Tottenham...

Ujah’s cameo role sparks late win for Mainz in Bundesliga

Nigerian striker Anthony Ujah came off the bench to great effect for his club FSV Mainz O5 as they left it late to edge...