Bayer 04 Leverkusen’s rising star, Victor Okoh Boniface, expressed profound joy as his grandmother witnessed him play live for the first time during last weekend’s Bundesliga clash against Borussia Dortmund.
In a candid revelation, former Nigerian international Samson Siasia has expressed deep concern over the state of the Super Eagles, stating that the team is ill-prepared for the upcoming 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).
In a bold move, ex-Super Eagles goalkeeper Peterside Idah has called on the Nigeria Football Federation to dismiss head coach Jose Peseiro following
In a spectacular turn of events, Super Eagles striker Sadiq Umar broke his 448-day goal drought in stunning fashion, propelling Real Sociedad to a 2-1 triumph against Sevilla in La Liga action on Sunday.
Vincent Enyeama Opens Up on Strained Relationship with Super Eagles: “I Was Treated Like Used Material”
In a candid revelation, former Super Eagles captain Vincent Enyeama discloses his disconnect from the struggles of the Nigerian National Team’s goalkeeping situation, citing a feeling of being mistreated during his international career.
NFF Board Member Emphasizes Need for Committed Players in Super Eagles After Disappointing WC Qualifier Results
In the aftermath of the Super Eagles’ lackluster performances in the opening matches of the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, Nse Essien,
In a surprising turn of events, Super Eagles goalkeeper Francis Uzoho has chosen to deactivate his social media account on X (formerly Twitter) following Nigeria’s
After Nigeria’s recent 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Zimbabwe, goalkeeper Francis Uzoho faced criticism for conceding a goal from a long-range free-kick.
In a candid revelation, former Leicester City star and Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa, voiced his apprehensions about a rising trend of betting distractions among Nigerian football enthusiasts. Musa expressed his concerns, as reported by Soccernet, during the unveiling of the national team’s ‘Let’s Do It Again’ mantra, focusing on securing a fourth AFCON title in Ivory Coast next year.
Musa highlighted a worrying fixation among a segment of Nigerian fans on betting rather than wholeheartedly supporting the Super Eagles. He stressed that genuine passion for the game seemed to be overshadowed by vested interests in betting activities.
Addressing the impact on players and their families, Musa revealed the emotional toll experienced by his own family during defeats, citing the pressure to shield them from insults and criticism. Furthermore, he lamented the financial challenges faced by players due to Nigeria’s failure to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, acknowledging the efforts of former NFF boss Amaju Pinnick in the qualification bid.
The football veteran shed light on the changing fan sentiment, attributing criticisms directed at the team to disgruntled bettors whose wagers were affected by match outcomes. Musa concluded by expressing his hope for a return to genuine love and passion for the Super Eagles, free from the overshadowing influence of betting.
In a prelude to their clash in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers, Zimbabwe coach Baltemar Brito issues a stern warning to the Super Eagles, stating that they will not show any respect to Nigeria during their upcoming match.