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Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) rejects age detecting FIFA-approved MRI bone scans
x | September 17, 2009
The president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Sani Lulu, has rejected the use of FIFA-approved MRI bone scans that are to be used to determine... (3) Comment


Super Eagles paid $10,000 match bonus each after 2-2 draw with Tunisia
x | September 08, 2009
The Super Eagles of Nigeria players were each paid a $10,000 match bonus after their World Cup qualifying game with Tunisia on Sunday. Most Nigerians... (2) Comment


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Nigeria vs. Tunisia World Cup qualifier ends in 2-2 draw
x | September 07, 2009
Nigeria's Super Eagles played a 2-2 draw with Tunisia in a World Cup qualifier. Tunisia equalized in the last minute and remains at the top of Group B... (8) Comment


Ghana qualifies for 2010 World Cup
x | September 07, 2009
With a 2-0 victory over Sudan in Accra, Ghana, the Black Stars of Ghana have qualified for the 2010 World Cup and are the first African country to qualify... (2) Comment


Nigeria has largest number of applicants for 2010 world cup volunteers
x | September 02, 2009
The South Africa 2010 FIFA World Cup Organising Committee has said that 67,999 people from 170 countries applied for the volunteer jobs for the 2010 FIFA... (0) Comment


FIFA to introduce MRI screening at Nigeria 2009 U-17 Word Cup
x | September 01, 2009
To ‘protect the integrity' of the FIFA U-17 World Cup Nigeria 2009, Magnetic Resonance Imaging will be used randomly in order to identify players who... (1) Comment


Sixteen Golden Eaglets fail MRI age test ahead of U17 World Cup - coach warns over performance
x | August 17, 2009
As sixteen of the 35-man Golden Eaglets squad may have to be removed from the team for failing the MRI bone test, whic was to determine their correct... (4) Comment


FIFA warns countries about over-age players at U-17 World cup
x | August 11, 2009
FIFA has warned participating nations against over-age player at the upcoming U-17 World Cup, Nigeria 2009. Emmanuel Maradas, co-ordinator of FIFA's... (1) Comment


FIFA names venues for U-17 World Cup tournament in Nigeria
x | August 07, 2009
FIFA has announced the eight venues for the U-17 football World Cup in Nigeria from 24 October to 15 November 2009. Bauchi, Abuja, Lagos, Ijebu-Ode, Kaduna... (1) Comment


Samuel Peter beats Marcus McGee in non-title fight
x | July 27, 2009
Nigeria's Samuel Peter, 'The Nigerian Nightmare'', beat Marcus McGee in a non-title fight in Tepic, Mexico. He sent McGee down to the canvas three times... (0) Comment


 
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