NFF/Aiteo Awards: A Legend is a legend – dead or aliveBlogs

NFF/Aiteo Awards: A Legend is a legend – dead or alive

A few weeks ago on a flight back to London I just started doing my All-Time Super Eagles 11, I…

Sunday Oliseh: The making of a new Jose Mourinho?Blogs

Sunday Oliseh: The making of a new Jose Mourinho?

“Charity begins from home!” “A leopard cannot change its spots.” These were some of the reactions that inundated the Nigerian…

Tennis: The talented Mr Federer (2)Blogs

Tennis: The talented Mr Federer (2)

The concluding part of Akin Dawodu’s feature on the career of probably the greatest Men’s tennis player, Roger Federer. Part…

Boboye has proven us wrong, deserves a bigger jobBlogs

Boboye has proven us wrong, deserves a bigger job

When the management of Plateau United appointed the former SV Straelen of Germany striker Kennedy Boboye as their new coach,…

Lagos Marathon: The East African dominance…Athletics

Lagos Marathon: The East African dominance…

“We are tired of giving away these trophies to East Africans. We will be committing resources to training Nigerian athletes…

Treating the Falcons as an after thought……Blogs

Treating the Falcons as an after thought……

The release, few weeks ago, of fixtures for the WAFU Women competition reminded us that there is still a Nigerian…

Tennis: The Talented Mr Federer (Part one)Blogs

Tennis: The Talented Mr Federer (Part one)

The late, great writer David Foster Wallace wrote a seminal article in the New York Times August 20th 2006 edition…

Offside madness and good fortune in disguise at AnfieldBlogs

Offside madness and good fortune in disguise at Anfield

Like Liverpool fans everywhere, I’m still a little ticked off about what transpired at Anfield last Sunday. Two world class…

Pogba must adapt to match United’s Great of YoreBlogs

Pogba must adapt to match United’s Great of Yore

Paul Pogba may well be the most gifted player to come out of Manchester United’s famed academy. Such is the…

Maroc Diary 16 & 17: Moroccan mosquitoes welcome me to CasablancaBlogs

Maroc Diary 16 & 17: Moroccan mosquitoes welcome me to Casablanca

Oh! It’s actually not all beautiful and sweet in Morocco? I must confess that the three previous cities I stayed…