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The Guardian Nigeria

Monday 25 May 2015
The Guardian: Sport
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African football legends Didier Drogba and Andre Ayew made emotional farewells at the weekend from clubs they have served with distinction, as most European leagues ended. Veteran Ivory Coast striker Drogba...

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Michel Platini UEFA president Michel Platini on Monday backed Prince Ali bin al Hussein’s bid to unseat Sepp Blatter as FIFA president, accusing the football leader of lying to him about seeking...

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Roger Federer Roger Federer cruised into the French Open second round Sunday before having to quickly sidestep a spectator who breached tight security to race towards the Swiss legend on the showpiece...

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Huub Stevens Huub Stevens will leave VfB Stuttgart after fulfilling his contract to keep them in the Bundesliga for the second year running, their sports director Robin Dutt confirmed Sunday. Stuttgart’s...

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Claude le Roy Congo Brazzaville coach Claude le Roy accused Ghana of fielding over-age footballers this weekend in a 1-0 Rio Olympic Games qualifying victory. The famed French handler told an Accra media...

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Rebecca and Rio Ferdinand at a football awards ceremony in 2013. Photograph: Martin Rickett/PA Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand says he has been “overwhelmed” by the support...

The Director-General of the National Sports Commission (NSC),YakmutThe Director-General of the National Sports Commission (NSC), Alhassan Yakmut, could not hold back his emotions, as he made an inspection...

NFF ….Team Begins Long Journey To New Zealand General Secretary of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Dr. Mohammed Sanusi has enjoined the Flying Eagles to live up to expectations by lifting...

Adebayor and Mom Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor has been granted compassionate leave for the second time this season, but his Spurs future remains uncertain. The Togo international, 31, has written...

NFF president, Amaju Pinnick Awoniyi FOR a country of about 160 million people choked by perennial mix of darkness, noise of fuming generators and screeching brakes in traffic, eerie silence could mean...