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Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Barcelona and Real Madrid Goes in For The Kill in Elclasico

After a 1-1 draw in the first leg of the semi-final tie at Madrid, the two Big Guns are back at it and this time with a ticket to the Finals as the price.

Saturday, 23 February 2013

This Weekend: Barcelona vs Sevilla


Back to spain, Barcelona suffered a disastrous result in the Champions League in midweek and will have to regroup quickly for the visit of Unai Emery's side on Saturday.

This Weekend: Manchester City vs Chelsea


In England, Roberto Mancini will likely shake things up from the side that beat Leeds 4-0 in the FA Cup.

This Weekend: PSG vs Marseille


In france, it will be known whether or not former England captain David Beckham has made the squad to face arch-rivals Olympique de Marseille at the Parc des Princes.

This Weekend: Inter vs AC Milan


It going to be a big weekend, with some of the big names facing each other. We have the following fixtures.

In Italy, Balotelli is out to face his old club as AC Milan targets a victory at san siro to push for automatic champions league qualification.

Thursday, 21 February 2013

Full Highlights of AC Milan VS Barcelona Match

AC Milan Win Against Barcelona Spurs Balotelli, Robinho & friends going crazy celebration!

Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Mean Italian Defense Out-Plays Barcelona


Started out to be a slow match with less actions at both ends in the first half, enterprising of contrast football tactics. Patient Barcelona kept the ball rolling from wing to wing patiently waiting for that clear cut chance as they usually do while Milan came in with a mean and discipline defense force hoping to catch Barcelona on the break.

Nigeria mourns Okey Isima



Nigeria Football Federation yesterday joined the rest of the country to express a deep lose of former international defender Okechukwu Isima.

Goal Line Technology Approved for World Cup


FIFA has confirmed that goal-line technology will be used for Brazil’s World Cup

Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Stadium to be named after Keshi


The Delta State Government has named the ultra-modern Asaba Stadium after Stephen Keshi, following his guiding a relatively inexperienced Nigerian team to victory at the Africa Cup of Nations. He made the announcement at a reception organised for the victorious Super Eagles team at the International Event Centre in Asaba, the State capital.

Efe Ambrose gets attention of Top European clubs


Good things they say comes to those who strive hard for it. Weeks after lifting the AFCON trophy in South Africa, Nigerian right back Efe Ambrose has caught the attention of some top European clubs although nothing concrete is on the table yet. 

Sunday, 17 February 2013

Extraordinary Messi Scores 300th Barcelona Goal


Lionel Messi scored his 300th Barcelona goal during this last night's clash with Granada in his 365th appearance for the Blaugrana. This also extends his successive goals in La Liga matches. He is also Barcelona's all-time top scorer.

"Messi's record is just another one," the barcelona stand in coach said after the match. "Today we were goal-shy, and he managed two. It's something extraordinary. 


Saturday, 16 February 2013

Keshi's Method Can Develops African Football


Winning the AFCON with 6 home-based players and 17 debutants speaks a lot for the Big Boss. Various coaches have praised his bravery and some think his methods are the best to improve African soccer.

Thursday, 14 February 2013

Nigeria moves up to 30th position in world fifa ranking


With success at the just ended AFCON, Nigeria (previously ranked 52nd in the world and 10th in Africa) are now 30th in the world which is the country’s best position since August 2010 and 4th on the continent. Other teams that moved on the African continent are finalists Burkina Faso who moved from 55th to 37th while the host nation South Africa moved up 25 places to 60th. The number one team in Africa, Côte d’Ivoire moved two places to 12th. Spain still lead the ranking table with Germany in second place, followed by Argentina and England.

African Ranking:
1. Cote d'Ivoire
2. Ghana
3. Mali
4. Nigeria
5. Algeria
6. Tunisia
7. Zambia
8. Central African Republic
9. Burkina Faso
10. South Africa respectively.

Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Match Report: Manchester United Vs Real Madrid

It's been an epic night, just as we expected, Manchester United and Real Madrid gave the fans and viewer something to smile about. A thrilling encounter with goals from C Ronaldo and Welbeck putting the contest wide open and giving Sir Alex Ferguson a slight advantage going into the second leg at Old Trafford.

Else where, the game ended Shakhtar Donetsk 2-2 Borussia Dortmund  

Messi enjoying his time with Inesta

He might be the all time best player, the 4 time world best player has nothing but praises for this team-mate and spanish international.

Inesta has created 13 goals in 17 league appearances for barcelona this season and Messi feels honoured to be part of the same team as Iniesta. 

 "Andres does everything well. He's getting better and better as the years go by: he's won it all and I'm extremely lucky to play alongside him," Messi says. 

 "I enjoy watching what he does on the pitch, whether in matches or in training sessions – he's a joy to behold." 


Ghanaian Midfielder Michael Essien Happy With Football Father "Mou"

Michael Essien, on loan at Real Madrid from Chelsea claims he is happy with the minutes he is getting at the club and also enjoying his time with Jose Mourinho whom he claims is like a father to him. 

C Ronaldo claims joining Man City is not a reality

Real Madrid wonder boy claim he has no interest in joining Manchester City as his heart still lies with the citizen's rival Manchester United.

Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Full Story: Super Eagles surprised with bountiful gifts.

The super Eagles of nigeria landed in nigeria only to receive a warm welcome by the countries big names. What draws my attention the most is the amount of money given to the players and the technical team as well. 

Two Nigerian journalists were harassed, brutalised and detained by south african police


Two Nigerian journalists were harassed, brutalised and detained by south african police for no good reasons: 

The jounalist said:

“I thank God we are still alive because we could have been shot. I have never been in that situation in my life. I was dragged on the floor kicked and brutalised. I and John Joshua-Akanji were disposed of our phones, my keys and we couldn’t contact anybody. We were detained for two hours and I was really traumatised for the time the police dealt with us and still imagining it up till now”, the Weekend Editor of the Soccer Star disclosed.

Joshua-Akanji had to miss his South African Airways flight due to this unfortunate incident.

“I am perplexed and short of words to describe the way I felt during and after our ordeal in the hands of the policemen here. I have not experienced this in my whole life. The police claimed that they stopped our car because the taxi we were in has a plate number with two different characters. Immediately they stopped us they removed the plate number. They lied that they have been trailing,” Oshundun said on Tuesday afternoon.

Coach Stephen Keshi Back On The Job


Nigerian hero coach Stephen Keshi has reconsidered his decision to step down from the helm of coaching after the confirmed that he was convinced to re-think his decision. 

Monday, 11 February 2013

Is It Time For Villa To Go?

Question is , after the Club World Cup match in which spanish all time highest goal scorer got injured, the recovery road has been a long and bumpy one. 

Have Your View On Stephen Keshi's Resignation

Stephen keshi hands in resignation just moments after winning the 3rd AFCON for nigeria.

He had this to say:

"I did what I feel is right by resigning, I gave the NFF a letter last night [Sunday] after the celebrations."

What do u think is the main reason for his actions after admitting earlier that he would like to continue in that position?


Sunday, 10 February 2013

Enyeama Vincent Emotional



I couldn't help but notice the emotions of Vincent Enyeama when the Nigerian goalie tried to carry the referee after hearing final whistle before running towards Pitroipa with the same intent and then finally ended up hugging the talented Burkina Faso player.

Keshi Says Nigeria Are Not There Yet, True?

Stephen Keshi becomes only the second coach to take the AfCON cup as a player and a coach, but moments after the epic finals, he claims the young nationals are not there yet.

Is there more to expect from these boys?

Can City Top Manchester United's Title Charge?

United are strong favourites to win the Premier League title after opening up a 12-point lead with victory over Everton on Sunday.

Burkina Faso Said They Will Beat Nigeria, But Nigerians Said MBA, Not on SUNDAY...


Nigeria overcame Burkina Faso in a convincing Afcon final display in South Africa

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