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Ifeanyi Ifeanyi back for Akwa United crucial Confederation Cup tie

CHAN Eagles midfielder Ifeanyi Ifeanyi will be available for Akwa United in today’s crucial CAF Confederation Cup clash against Al Ittihad of Libya after he recovered from injury.

Gbenga Ogunbote: I’m not surprised by rise of CHAN star Ikouwem Udoh

Gbenga Ogunbote has said he is not surprised by the remarkable of CHAN Eagles defender Ikouwen Udoh after the youngster’s invitation to the Nigeria U20 team, the Flying Eagles.

Dele Ajiboye: No No 1 goalkeeper at Plateau United

CHAN Eagles star Dele Ajiboye has said that at Plateau United all four goalkeepers are good to play for the NPFL champions and as such there is no designated No 1.

Emeka Atuloma agrees Rivers United contract extension

CHAN Eagles midfielder Emeka Atuloma has agreed a new deal with Rivers United, according to a report.

Gernot Rohr invites Mikel, Ajayi, Obi, others for Poland, Serbia friendlies

Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr has listed captain Mikel Obi, midfielder Ogenyi Onazi, Victor Moses as well as Ahly forward Junior Ajayi and African Nations Championship (CHAN) star Gabriel Okechukwu in his 28-man squad to face Poland and Serbia in pre-FIFA World Cup friendly matches this month, the Nigeria Football Federation announced in a press release on Wednesday.

CHAN: CAF order more tests done on ill Super Eagles defender Daniel Itodo

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) have ordered that more medical tests be carried out on CHAN Eagles defender Daniel Itodo, officials said.

CHAN: Stephen Eze, Dayo Ojo miss Super Eagles training

The long injury list of the CHAN Eagles leading up to Sunday’s final against hosts Morocco may grow after defender Stephen Eze and midfielder Dayo Ojo stayed out of today’s training in Marrekesh.

CHAN: Coach’s belief in us gave us confidence to beat Angola – Ikechukwu Ezenwa

Ikechukwu Ezenwa, captain of the home-based Super Eagles, says Yusuf Salisu’s belief in his players gave the team the confidence to defeat Angola.

CHAN: Super Eagles won’t fall into Angola’s trap – Dayo Ojo

Home-based Super Eagles midfielder Ekundayo Ojo says Nigeria will fight to overcome Angola in the Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) quarter-final.

CHAN: Salisu Yusuf tipped to surpass Nigeria’s previous achievement

Tunde Disu, former Technical Director, Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), has tipped the CHAN Eagles gaffer, Salisu Yusuf, to surpass the country’s previous achievement at the ongoing CHAN tournament in Morocco.

CHAN: Sunday Faleye targets more goals as Super Eagles clash with Equatorial Guinea

Home-based Super Eagles forward, Sunday Faleye, hopes to score more goals at the ongoing 2018 African Nations Championship to help fulfil the team’s objective of winning the title.‎

CHAN: No fear against mighty Nigeria – Eq. Guinea

Equatorial Guinea may have already crashed out of the 2018 CHAN, but coach Rodolfo Bodipo has insisted his young team have improved in Morocco and so they will not be intimidated with the pedigree of tonight’s opponents Nigeria.

CHAN: Super Eagles want to win Group C – Salisu Yusuf

Coach Salisu Yusuf has said the CHAN Eagles are fired up to win Group C tomorrow so as to return to Tangier, where they have played their first two group games.

CHAN: Super Eagles get win-bonus for Rwanda draw, Libya win

The home-based Super Eagles will be fired for victory against whipping boys Equatorial Guinea on Tuesday night as they have been promised win bonuses for their first two matches at 2018 CHAN.


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