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Golden Eaglets beat New Zealand 5-0
x | November 06, 2009
Nigeria's Under-17 the Golden Eaglets, beat New Zealand 5-0 and so have qualified for the quarter-finals of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Abuja . The... (0) Comment


All Nigeria Supporters Club chairman criticises use of plastic trumpets at U-17 World Cup
x | November 02, 2009
The chairman of the All Nigeria Supporters Club, Dr Rafiu Ladipo, has criticised the use of plastic trumpets by fans at the FIFA U-17 World Cup currently... (1) Comment


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Ogun State House of Assembly asks armed robbers to suspend activities during U-17 World Cup
x | October 30, 2009
The Ogun State House of Assembly has appealed to armed robbers operating in Ogun and other surrounding state to suspend activities during the U-17 World... (7) Comment


Golden Eaglets beat Honduras 1-0 in Under-17 World Cup
x | October 28, 2009
A second-half shot by Abdul Ajagun moved Nigeria's Golden Eaglets closer to the knock-out phase of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup after defeating Honduras... (0) Comment


Fans can watch Golden Eaglets play Honduras free on Tuesday
x | October 27, 2009
To avoid low turnout of fans at the Golden Eaglets match against Honduras on Tuesday, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Adamu Aliero... (0) Comment


FIFA to perform random "age"tests at the Under-17 World Cup in Nigeria
x | October 22, 2009
At the Under-17 World Cup, kicking off in Nigeria this weekend, FIFA will perform random MRI scans in attempt to find "age cheats". Players' wrists will... (0) Comment


Golden Eaglets (21 man) team named for U-17 World Cup
x | October 16, 2009
Coach of the Golden Eaglets of Nigeria, John Obuh, has named a 21-man team for the FIFA U-17 World Cup starting in Abuja on October 24th. Twenty one players... (0) Comment


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Nigeria beats Mozambique 1-0 in 2010 World Cup qualifier - keeps hope alive
x | October 12, 2009
Nigeria's Super Eagles beat Mozambique 1-0, with a goal scored in the 90th minute by Victor Nsofor Obinna, and keeps Nigeria's hopes alive in the hunt... (0) Comment


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Nigeria lose to Germany (3-2 ); out of Under-20 World Cup
x | October 08, 2009
Nigeria's Flying Eagles are out of the Under-20 World Cup after losing 3-2 to to a ten-man German team. The Flying Eagles lost their lead twice in the... (3) Comment


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Flying Eagles beat Tahiti 5-0 but wait for qualification
x | October 02, 2009
Nigeria's Flying Eagles beat Tahiti 5-0 win in their final group game at the Under-20 World Cup. This means that the Flying Eagles finished third in... (0) Comment


 
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