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Didier Deschamps hails Zinedine Zidane’s incredible Champions League success

Didier Deschamps hailed Zinedine Zidane as an "extraordinary" coach after his former team-mate led Real Madrid to a third straight Champions League triumph.

Jurgen Klopp: Zinedine Zidane as good a coach as he was a player

Jurgen Klopp is in no doubt that Zinedine Zidane has shown himself to be as good a coach as he was during a wonderful playing career, as the two men prepare to lead their Liverpool and Real Madrid sides into Saturday’s Champions League final.

Arsene Wenger breaks Premier League record

Arsenal manger Arsene Wenger took charge of his 811th Premier League game on Sunday to set a new record, overtaking Alex Ferguson.

Mourinho, Man United seek return of old magic

He has twice stunned Old Trafford into silence on Champions League nights, but as Manchester United make their competition return, Jose Mourinho's obligation is to make the old stadium roar.

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Ekiti Assembly rejects governorship election result, adjourns till October

The Ekiti State House of Assembly has adjourned legislative business until October 8, citing issues of harassment and insecurity.

NYCN protests alleged government official’s interference in Gombe

The National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN), Gombe State chapter, has protested against an alleged interference in its affairs by an official of the state government.

Osun guber: 17 APC aspirants jostle to succeed Governor Aregbesola

About 17 aspirants on the platform of the All Progressives Congress are currently jostling to succeed Osun State governor Rauf Aregbesola in office.

Federal government to unveil logo, name of new national airline Wednesday

The Nigerian government will unveil the name and logo of the new national airline on Wednesday.
Former US President Barack Obama, right, with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa standing behind the Soweto Gospel Choir - Getty Images

Barack Obama warns of strange, uncertain times in Nelson Mandela tribute

Former US president Barack Obama on Tuesday used a tribute to Nelson Mandela to warn of “strange and uncertain times”, a day after Donald Trump refused to challenge Vladimir Putin over interference in US elections.