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Leon Balogun: Minister Of Defense

Hello, Imagine you are from Cameroon. Well it’s a bad time to be a Cameroonian. You don’t want to imagine. So thank God you are a Nigerian. Days like this gives hope. Leon Balogun should be running for Defense Minister. Why not? He knows when to attack, which weapon to use, who to stop and how to stop such. Moses, ...

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Four Key Notes About The Nigeria Vs. Togo Match

By Ediale Kingsley 1. Musa had a brace. His first came at the 3rd min(he calmly netted the ball after a great job by Iwobi). The 2nd came at the 17th min and it wasn’t a solo job either. Iwobi, again made the helpful assist. The way he scored both goals explains my argument for him in his plight so ...

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Undoing The Market Damage Done To Ahmed Musa

Ahmed Musa’s EPL season hasn’t gone quite lit as we all thought it would be. Sure, it’s technically not Musa’s balling abilities that are wrong here. Clearly, it is how the coaching crew expects him to play. Truth is Musa should have never been bought for striker’s duties. Just allow the guy drive in from the wing. But it doesn’t ...

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10 Thoughts On The Weekend Matches

Ediale Kingsley puts on his pondering hat as he chews on some of the games that went down this week.     1. Two good heads are better than one, they say. However, it took one rejected afro-made head and one accepted chinco-ponytailed-or-permed head to give Manchester United an equalizer plus a point. 2. Ramos head of last minute glories ...

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Why AFCON Is Never The Same Without Team Nigeria

It’s a rip-off without the Super Eagles Critically, Nigeria is 2nd to Egypt per all time performance ratio   By Ediale Kingsley       When the final match of AFCON entertains on the 5th of February, Nigerians will have the options of either watching the game or seeing its own stars on another channel. Manchester City will be playing ...

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FIFA, CAF Awards Forgot About Stephen Keshi

By Ediale Kingsley ||   The Thursday FIFA Awards Show that produced Cristiano Ronaldo as the Best Player and Claudio Ranieri as the Best Coach has been dubbed partial and forgetful. Some sports journalists in Nigeria were quite disgusted that the world body for soccer could recognise notable legends of the game that passed away in recent times, yet had ...

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