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Akwa United win Aiteo Cup final after penalty shootout

Akwa United will represent Nigeria in next year’s CAF Confederation Cup after they stopped Niger Tornadoes 3-2 on penalties in the Aiteo Cup final today in Lagos.

Abdu Maikaba targets first major trophy with Akwa United

Abdu Maikaba has said he hopes to win his first major trophy as a coach when he leads Akwa United to victory in Sunday’s Aiteo Cup final in Lagos.

Eagles edge past Benin to reach Sunday’s WAFU Cup final

Nigeria pipped 10-man Benin 1-0 today in Cape Coast to qualify for this year’s WAFU Cup in Ghana.

WAFU Cup: Eagles outclass Ghana to reach semis

The Super Eagles have shot to the semi-finals of the WAFU Cup after they outclassed hosts Ghana 2-0 in final Group A match tonight in Cape Coast.

WAFU Cup: Coach confident Eagles will advance despite late arrival

Coach Salisu Yusuf has said that despite late arrival in Ghana he is confident the home-based Super Eagles will do well at the WAFU Cup beginning with today’s playoff game against Sierra Leone.

Eagles drop Olatunbosun, 9 fresh call-ups for WAFU Cup

MFM FC winger Sikiru Olatunbosun as well as Enyimba goalkeeper Theophilus Afelokhai have been left out of the 18-man squad for the WAFU Cup, which kicks off in Ghana this weekend.

Salisu Yusuf names final squad for WAFU Cup

Coach Salisu Yusuf has named a final 18-man squad for the sub-regional WAFU Cup, which kicks off this weekend in Ghana.

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