Monthly Archives: February 2017

Nigeria’s Chisom Egbuchulam Signs For BK Hacken

The Swedish outfit have captured last season’s Nigeria topflight Most Valuable Player in a deal that runs through the season BK Haken have signed Chisom Egbuchulam from Nigeria Professional Football League side, Enugu Rangers on a season-long loan. The forward has been without a club since the beginning of the 2016/17 Nigerian topflight campaign despite his heroics in Rangers’ march ...

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Shares Manipulation: Court Fixes March 24 for Hearing of Aderinokun’s Child Against GTB, Others

A Federal High Court, in Lagos, presided over by Justice Mohammed Idris, on Tuesday, adjourned till March 24, 2017, hearing in the suit filed by Miss Oluwatise Aderinokun, eight year old last child of the founder and former managing director of Guaranty Trust Bank Plc (GTB), Olutayo Aderinokun, deceased, against Guaranty Trust Bank Plc and six others, over alleged manipulation ...

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Kano Pillars’s Udoji Vows To Score More Goals

The former Enyimba captain opened his goals account for Sai Masu Gida on Sunday, and he has promised to help them win more games with his goals Chinedu Udoji is pleased to have scored his first goal for Kano Pillars in their 1-0 victory over Katsina United in Sunday’s Nigeria Professional Football League encounter at the Sani Abacha Stadium. The ...

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Jurgen Klopp: We’re Playing For Our Liverpool Futures After ‘Serious’ Slump

Jurgen Klopp admits Liverpool’s situation is getting serious, and that both himself and the squad are playing for their future. Liverpool stumbled again at Leicester on Monday Night Football, going down 3-1 against the resurgent champions following the sacking of Claudio Ranieri. The Reds have won just two of their 12 games in all competitions since the turn of the ...

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Mark McGhee Sacked By Motherwell After Losing Streak

Motherwell have sacked manager Mark McGhee following a run of four successive defeats. Motherwell were beaten 5-1 at home by Dundee on Saturday, having been 5-0 down at half-time. Stephen Robinson, who will be supported by assistant James McFadden and under-20s boss Stephen Craigan, has agreed to take temporary charge whilst a new permanent manager is recruited as swiftly as ...

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The Nokia 3310 Is Back – And It Even Has Snake

The rumours are true – the Nokia 3310 is back, and it even has Snake. The updated version of the early noughties icon, famed for its seemingly indestructible qualities, was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Sunday. Anticipation of the device, a phone that doesn’t even have 3G, has been high ever since news of its release ...

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