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Anthony Joshua open to face Tyson Fury if Deontay Wilder declines April bout offer

Anthony Joshua is open to face Tyson Fury next year if a deal cannot be reached with Deontay Wilder in the coming weeks.
France captain Hugo Lloris

Lloris: We’re not 2018 World Cup title favourites

France captain, Hugo Lloris, has insisted that Les Bleus are not the favourites to win the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia despite their impressive showing in the tournament so far.
Ex-West Ham director Tony Henry

Ex-West Ham director Tony Henry gets one-year ban from football activities

The English Football Association has given Tony Henry, former head of player recruitment at West Ham, a one-year ban from all football-related activity over comments he made about African players.
Josephine Iyamu, 51, pictured, was today convicted of trafficking and will be sentenced next Wednesday

Nigerian nurse found guilty of trafficking girls overseas for sex work

A Nigerian-born British nurse, Josephine Iyamu, who used ‘juju’ to traffic Nigerian prostitutes to Europe, was on Thursday found guilty in the first case of its kind in the United Kingdom.
Jordan Douherty | Locals claim around 300 youths gate-crashed a 16th birthday bash on Saturday after the details were posted on social media | The Sun

15-year-old Nigerian rapper killed in London

A 15-year-old Nigerian boy, Jordan Gbolade Jaiyeola, was stabbed to death when a mass brawl broke out as some 200 teenagers were leaving a 16th birthday party at a community centre in London.

Croatia’s Nikola Kalinic sent home for refusing to come on as sub against Nigeria

Croatia and AC Milan striker Nikola Kalinic has been sent home from the 2018 World Cup after refusing to come on as a substitute during their 2-0 victory over Nigeria in their Group D opening game on Saturday.

Saudi federation to punish three players after 5-0 massacre

Saudi Arabia Football Federation president Adel Ezzat has revealed that three players will be punished following their disastrous opening day defeat against hosts Russia in the opening match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Super Eagles’ World Cup travel outfit sets social media on fire

Nigeria’s Super Eagles have caught the attention of the football world again with their unique travel outfit to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Andres Iniesta reiterates plan to play into his 40s

Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta is planning on playing into his 40s but has no regrets at having missed out on the opportunity to grace the Premier League.

Reports: Chelsea’s Roman Abramovich rejects purchase offer from UK’s richest man

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has rejected a £2 billion offer for the club from the richest person in the United Kingdom and has no plans to sell, according to reports.

Ryan Bertrand: England World Cup snub ‘hard to take’

Ryan Bertrand has criticised Gareth Southgate for leaving him out of England's World Cup squad, branding the decision as an "oversight".

Girl who was buried two years ago ‘returns home’

A huge crowd gathered at Ndola Central Police Station after a girl of Masala township in Ndola, Zambia who was believed to have died two years ago walked back to her parents’ home on Sunday.

Zinedine Zidane surprises Michael Owen with ‘frightening’ success at Real Madrid

Zinedine Zidane has been a “frightening” success at Real Madrid, says Michael Owen, with the Frenchman offering little to suggest that he would be a top boss during his playing days.

Jordan Henderson: I refused to leave Liverpool under Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson says he refused to leave Anfield during Brendan Rodgers' spell in charge of the club.

Nigerian students fight over whose dad is richest

Two Nigerian students — Ilonze Elvis and Daniel Oluyemi — who battered a fellow student, Prince Nnaji, with a shisha pipe in an argument over who had the richest father, have been spared jail in the UK.

Tributes as fans, rivals wish Sir Alex Ferguson speedy recovery

Messages of support continued to pour in as legendary football manager Sir Alex Ferguson fought for his life on Sunday following emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage.

Advert drought kills UAE’s newspapers

Newspapers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have been caught in financial crisis because advertisers have turned to new media such as Facebook and Google, UAE’s biggest newspaper Gulf News said Sunday.

Football unites in Ferguson support after emergency brain surgery

Messages of support poured in for Alex Ferguson after the legendary former Manchester United manager was left fighting for his life following emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage.

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2019: 13 PDP guber aspirants oppose Governor Ortom’s return

Thirteen governorship aspirants on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 elections in Benue State, Monday opposed the return moves by Governor Samuel Ortom to their party.
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Ekiti guber: Observers urge National Assembly to criminalise vote-buying

Some domestic election observer groups have called for prosecution and punishment of anyone caught for vote-buying in future elections in the country.