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Joseph Akpala rejects KV Kortjik offer

Free agent Joseph Akpala will no longer join up with KV Kortjik after he rejected an offer from the Belgian club.

Mikel Agu eager to seize FC Porto chance

Nigerian midfielder Mikel Ndubuisi Agu has resolved to stay and fight for his spot at Portuguese giants FC Porto in the new season.

Mikel Agu set for showdown talks with FC Porto

Nigeria international Mikel Agu is set for a play-me or sell-me talk with Portuguese giants FC Porto when he reports for pre-season duties next week.

Club Brugge hold Standard Liege to win second Belgian title in three years

Club Brugge won their second Belgian title in three years with a 1-1 draw at their closest challengers Standard Liege on Sunday.

FIFA technology chief ‘sweating’ over VAR ahead of World Cup

Frozen screens, bendy offside lines and other technical glitches have made the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system a frequent target of derision as the World Cup approaches.

Henry Onyekuru completes recovery, makes bench in Anderlecht win

Super Eagles forward Henry Onyekuru handed Gernot Rohr a major boost ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup on Sunday when he was named among the substitutes in Anderlecht’s 2-1 win over Club Brugge in Sunday’s Belgian Pro League Play-off game.

Everton loanee Henry Onyekuru undecided on Anderlecht loan extension

Henry Onyekuru is still undecided whether he will play for another season on loan at Anderlecht from Everton.

Nigeria’s Moses Simon ruled out for six weeks

Super Eagles winger Moses Simon has been ruled out for four to six weeks.

Anderlecht’s Henry Onyekuru to undergo knee surgery, faces long lay-off

Nigeria forward Henry Onyekuru will undergo surgery on his knee after being strecthered off in a Belgian league match on Friday.

Mikel Agu set to return for Bursaspor after injury lay-off

Bursaspor’s Nigerian midfielder Mikel Agu is in line for a return to action for the club’s first team after scoring twice in a training match on Wednesday.

Hugo Broos unsure of future as Cameroon head coach

Hugo Broos admitted that he is uncertain about his future with the Central African country after seeing a leaked statement about his sack from the Cameroonian Football Federation.

Mikel Agu resumes training with Bursaspor after knee injury

Bursaspor midfielder, Mikel Agu, could be back in first team action in a fortnight following his returned to light training with his club on Thursday.

Kylian Mbappe form casts cloud over PSG with last 16 in sight

The misfiring Kylian Mbappe could be dropped for Paris Saint-Germain’s Champions League clash with Anderlecht on Tuesday as the French club look to secure their place in the last 16.

Anderlecht sack coach Weiler

Rene Weiler was on Monday sacked as manager of Belgian champions Anderlecht, who are trailing in ninth place in the league after seven games.

Money no object for Man City, but Guardiola must deliver

Fortified by Manchester City's £200 million ($260 million) overhaul, Pep Guardiola is under pressure to ensure his second season in the Premier League is far more successful than his torrid first.

Liverpool, Napoli get tough Champions League draws

Liverpool must come through a tough two-legged play-off tie against Hoffenheim if they are to return to the group stage of the Champions League after a three-year absence, following Friday’s draw.

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