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By Steve Oma-Ofozor –  Lagos    Reports have revealed that 70% of the management and fans of the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) champions, Kano Pillars, have favoured the choice to engage Mohammed Baba Ganaru as its new Technical Adviser. Other coaches who were strongly in contest...

The National Sports Commission on Tuesday in Abuja inaugurated a 12-man committee to review the 2009 National Sports Policy in line with contemporary sports administration. Inaugurating the committee, Alhasan Yakmut, the Director-General of NSC, said the non-implementation of the national sports policy had bedevilled decision making in the sector. “You must therefore...

President of Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF), George Ashiru, has assured that the future of taekwondo is bright in Nigeria, even as he assured that his athletes will not disappoint when hostilities begin in Brazzaville, Congo, for the All Africa Games (AAG) in September. Ashiru, speaking on the backdrop of the recently concluded 5th Chika Chukwumerije Sports Foundation...

The Technical Adviser of Enugu Rangers International, Imama Amapakabor, has expressed worry at the plight of the players over their unpaid salaries noting...

Nigeria Premier League side, Lobi Stars, has recalled Nanen Imenger from Kano Pillars. Imenger initially joined Pillars on a season-loan deal back in May, but returns to fortify the Makurdi side ahead of the second round of the on-going league season. Supersport.com equally learnt Imenger’s presence will provide more options for club gaffer, Justin Tenger, ahead of the...

The pound-for-pound boxing king, who has previously stated that his upcoming fight at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas will most likely be his last, posted a number of snaps on his official Shots account after being put through his paces by his team in the gym. The 38-year-old, undefeated in his 49 career fights to date, took part in a number of grueling regimes, including...

Africa’s biggest corporate supporter of football and total ICT solutions provider, Globacom, has charged the national U-23 team and the Super Falcons to qualify for the 2016 Olympics by defeating their opponents this weekend. The Dream Team, handled by Coach Samson Siasia, will be in Pointe-Noire to face their Congolese counterparts in the second leg of the final round...

By Steve Oma-Ofozor  -  Lagos   The players of Enugu Rangers International on Monday abandoned training following the non-payment of their five...

By Augustine Akhilomen - Lagos   Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh, has said that the task at hand would motivate him to prove his worth as a coach. He...

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is determined to ensure that Super Eagles qualifies for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Shortly after the draws were...