Chelsea Great : Moses Played His Best Game In A Chelsea Shirt Vs Southampton
Published: November 02, 2016
Former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin reckons that Victor Moses played probably his best game in a Chelsea shirt in their win at Southampton in the Premier League on Sunday.And the former Scotland international has praised Moses or his professionalism, adding that the Nigerian didn’t complain when he was not considered...
UEFA Youth League Wrap : Adarabioyo & Man City Lose To Barca; Eyoma Comes Off Bench; Bola Benched; Dele-Bashiru, Kigbu, Ogbeta, Okafor Not Involved
Published: November 01, 2016
Catch up on the performances of players of Nigerian descent in the UEFA Youth League on Tuesday.At the Academy Stadium, Manchester City lost 2-0 to Barcelona, with England youth international Tosin Adarabioyo working a full shift for the home team. He was cautioned in the 68th minute. Ashinme Kigbu, Dele Bashiru, Elewa...
Chelsea Star Mikel Reveals The Toughest Opponent He Has Faced
Published: November 01, 2016
John Obi Mikel has revealed that ex-Juventus hero Alessandro Del Piero is the toughest opponent he has faced in his professional career, admitting that he was too inexperienced to stop the number ten when Chelsea tackled the Serie A powerhouse in the Champions League.The Nigeria international faced off with Del Piero i...
Ex-Nigeria U17 Trainee Ogbebor-Onaiwu In Line To Debut For AFC Wimbledon In FA Youth Cup
Published: October 31, 2016
Allnigeriasoccer.com understands that former Golden Eaglets trainee Edward Ogbebor-Onaiwu is in line to make his competitive debut for the U18 team of AFC Wimbledon in Tuesday’s FA Youth Cup round one clash against North Greenford United.The 16-year-old netminder, who was born in the United Kingdom, has been incl...
Promising Teen Eze Scores Again For QPR In Loss To Charlton U23s
Published: October 31, 2016
Charlton Athletic U23s continued their impressive start to the season with a 2-1 victory over Queens Park Rangers in the Professional Development League at the Valley on Monday afternoon.Though Joe Aribo was not in action for the Addicks, there was still Nigerian interest in the game with Ebere Eze starting for QPR, an...
Teammate Says Vardy Helped Musa Score A Great Goal Against Spurs
Published: October 31, 2016
Leicester City winger Marc Albrighton has praised Nigeria star Ahmed Musa following his strike in the champions’ 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur this past weekend.The Foxes number seven rescued a point for his team when he equalized in the 48th minute, and showed his bravery by putting his body on the line leadin...
Moses Feeling At Home In New Role As Chelsea Record Fourth Win On The Spin
Published: October 30, 2016
Chelsea kept in touch with Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool in the Premier League standings following their routine 2-0 win over Southampton in the South Coast on Sunday evening.The Blues looked untroubled in the first half after opening scoring as early as the sixth minute through Belgium star Eden Hazard, who f...
Chelsea Loanee Tammy Abraham Back On The Goal Trail For Bristol City
Published: October 29, 2016
A last-gasp equalizer denied Bristol City the maximum points in their Championship tie at Barnsley on Saturday afternoon. Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham thought he had scored the game-winner in the 76th minute, only for the home team to restore parity through Adam Hammill in injury time.The Nigeria target tapped home fro...
Premier League Wrap: Brave Musa Scores Again; Iheanacho, Anichebe, Onomah Benched; Ighalo Logs 90 Minutes; Ibe, Dele Subbed Out
Published: October 29, 2016
Catch up on the performances of players of Nigerian descent on game week ten in the English Premier League on Saturday afternoon.At the Riverside Stadium, it finished 2-0 in favour of Middlesbrough in their game against Bournemouth. England U21 international Jordon Ibe subbed out on the hour mark for the visitors. Tott...
Iwobi Impresses As Alexis Joins Arsenal 50-Goal Club In Win Vs Sunderland
Published: October 29, 2016
Arsenal picked up their seventh win of the Premier League season after thrashing Sunderland 4-1 at the Stadium of Light on Saturday afternoon. On his 21st appearance in the English top-flight, Nigeria international Alex Iwobi made way for Frenchman Olivier Giroud in the 69th minute. The visitors took the lead in the 19...
Iwobi Overtakes Ex-Wigan Striker Aghahowa For Premier League Appearances
Published: October 29, 2016
Alex Iwobi has overtaken former Super Eagles hero Julius Aghahowa for the number of appearances in the Premier League, as he has been named in Arsenal’s starting XI to face Sunderland.  Aghahowa, who represented Wigan Athletic from January 2007 to June 2008, had the same number of games played in the English...
Reading Defender, Labelled The Next Stephen Keshi, Inching Closer To First Team Debut
Published: October 29, 2016
Promising Nigerian defender Akin Odimayo is getting closer and closer to making his first team debut for Championship side Reading. The 16-year-old has been tipped to make the step up from the academy to first team prominence in the next few years after playing his first game of the season for The Royals U23s in their ...
Ex-Liverpool Trialist Njoku Nets Hat-Trick In 24 Minutes In Israeli League
Published: October 28, 2016
Former Liverpool trialist Jacob Njoku continues to impress in his first season as a professional after netting a hat-trick in Beitar Tel Aviv Ramla’s 5-2 rout of Hapoel Afula in the Israeli Leumit League on Friday.The 18-year-old striker leveled the scoreline at 1-1, with a brilliant shot into the top corner afte...
Can Pep Guardiola Repeat His Spain And Germany Feats in England?
Published: October 28, 2016
Topping the Premier League table only by goal difference, Manchester City is still considered one of the top contenders for the league title. Their recent outcomes have though pegged them at the betting lines of +350 of winning the title as against +250 it was at the beginning of the season.Pep Guardiola is unarguably ...
Arsenal Manager Wenger Has Unearthed The New Robert Pires
Published: October 28, 2016
Robert Pires is a phenomenon. A man very much with a humble beginning is another player who owes Arsène Wenger endless gratitude for his brilliant foresight, and even when soccer odds were against Pires.Also testament to his genuine brilliance was the fact that his purist nature took the understanding between hi...