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Man Utd set to make Sanchez highest-paid EPL player

Manchester United are set to land Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal by making him the Premier League’s highest paid player, according to several reports on Thursday. The Chilean striker would earn between 400,000 and 500,000 pounds ($555,000 and $690,000) a week before tax by moving to Old Trafford, according to The Sun,

CHAN: Eagles off to Morocco today

Trophy–hunting home-based team will fly out of the country  on Monday  night for the 5th  African Nations Championship taking place in Morocco, 13th  January – 4th  February 2018. CHAN Eagles A few days ago, Head Coach Salisu Yusuf named a 23 –man team to fly Nigeria’s flag at the finals,

Onigbinde blasts NFF over FIFA’s decision to award Super Eagles’ match to Algeria

Former FIFA and CAF instructor, Adegboye Onigbinde, has lashed out at the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), after FIFA fined the federation for fielding Shehu Abdullahi against Algeria, after he was suspended for a match earlier. FIFA also awarded a 3-0 victory to Algeria, which however did not affect the Super Eagles’ qualification for

Argentina vs Nigeria: Super Eagles Wins La Albiceleste 4-2 in Russia

Super Eagles of Nigeria came from two goals down to trash Argentina on Tuesday in a 6-goal thriller in Russia on Tuesday. Goals from Banega and Manchester city’s forward, Kun Aguero, put the Messi-less Argentine side ahead in the first 36 minutes. But the Super Eagles fought back brilliantly. In the 44th minute,

President Buhari Doles Out N17.5m To D’Tigress

President Muhammadu Buhari has redeemed his promise to reward the 2017 Afrobasket winning women’s team, D’Tigress of Nigeria. Each player got N1,000,000 (One million Naira) while 5 Coaching crew members got N500,000 (Five hundred thousand Naira)each. In his address, the Minister of Youth and Sports Barrister Solomon Dalung said sports in Nigeria

World Cup: Rohr Sets Semi-Final Target For Super Eagles

Coach Gernot Rohr has set a semi-final target for Nigeria at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, saying that they had already advanced to the round of 16 in three previous tournaments. Against all the odds, the national team qualified for next year’s showpiece with a game to spare after beating

Lionel Messi ahead of FIFA Best award tonight

Real Madrid coach, Zinedine Zidane, has revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo deserves to retain The Best FIFA men's player award on Monday evening in London, despite Ronaldo scoring just one La Liga goal this season even though he is the highest goalscorer in the UEFA Champions League. Zidane spoke after Ronaldo missed chances

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