Watford-bound midfielder Uche Agbo has revealed that Chelsea outcast Mikel Obi and Barcelona’s Andres Iniesta are his favourite players. “Iniesta is a thinking player, who is a step ahead always. I also admire Mikel and Prince Boateng, who always want to win,” AfricanFootball.com quoted the 20-year-old Granada midfielder as saying on Sunday. His

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Chelsea current second longest serving player John Obi Mikel won’t be leaving Chelsea on loan this January, Owngoalnigeria.com can exclusively reveal. The Nigerian has been frozen out of the first team set up at Chelsea by coach Antonio Conte, but even though he will most definitely leave the team in January, a loan move won’t be the case. Per

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Pat Nevin reckons Chelsea star Victor Moses could play upfront against Bournemouth. The 25-year-old returned to Stamford Bridge this summer following three seasons out on loan. And he was expected to be sold by Antonio Conte as the Italian freshened up the squad he inherited from Jose Mourinho. However, Moses has been able to secure a

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Former Nigeria goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama is the fifth highest paid African in the French Ligue 1. French sports daily L’Equipe has published a list of the salaries of all the footballers in Ligue 1 and Enyeama, who takes home 1.8 million euros per year (approximately N905 million), is one of the best paid goalkeepers. The Lille netminder earns

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Former Super Eagles coach, Sunday Oliseh, has described his resignation as the team’s coach as the toughest decision he had taken in life, according to reports on Wednesday. Oliseh coached the Eagles for less than a year before he resigned in February 2016 citing contract violations on the part of the Nigeria Football Federation, unpaid wages and

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Nine days to the end of the year, Minister of Sports, Mr. Solomon Dalung, has said that his ministry has yet to receive its 2016 budget. He spoke in Abuja at the Special Edition of Town Hall Meeting series dedicated to youths. The event, which was held at the Presidential Villa, was attended by other six ministers. Dalung, however, said that President

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Arsenal took their foot off the gas against Manchester City and they were punished for it, Nigeria international Alex Iwobi has revealed. “I guess you could say we took our foot off the gas,” Iwobi told the club’s website. “Man City took advantage very well in the second half. We were up against a tough side, we were just unfortunate to not keep the

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