Akwa United Crowns Nigeria Premier League Champion
The Anambra state-based club; Akwa United have emerged champions of the 2020/2021 Nigeria Professional Football League season after a remarkable 5-2 victory over MFM FC in Uyo.
Charles Atshimene capped a fine performance on Sunday with a hat-trick and improved his goal count to 18 this season.
Akwa United recorded the longest unbeaten run in the league, 18 games and also kept the cleanest sheets this campaign.
This is the first time the Promise Keepers will be winning the NPFL title in their 25 years history. #
It is also the second time coach Kennedy Boboye will be winning the trophy as he had led Plateau United to win their first league title in 2017.
Lagos Marathon: Kenya Man Crowns Winner
It is another landmark for the East African country has another Kenya named Emmanuel Naibei won the 6th edition of the Access Bank Lagos City Marathon.Naibei beat thousands of marathoners on Saturday morning to win the 42km race in 2 hours 11 minutes and 37 seconds and also claim the grand prize of $30,000.It is instructive to note that the previous editions of the marathon has always been won by non-Nigerians.
Fans Beat Opposition Players Mercilessly In Nigeria Premier League Match
Just after some days that some fans in Kano attacked players and referred, another incident occurred during the weekend during a match between Enyimba of Aba and Plateau United, a match that ended in a draw but witness the merciless beating of the visiting players.Meanwhile, the Abia State Government has condemned in totality the barbaric attack on players of Enyimba FC in Jos following a goalless draw in a league game with Plateau United.We call on be authorities o...
Ahmed Musa Sets To Return To Nigeria Premier League Club
After being clubless for several months now, the captain of the Nigerian national team, Ahmed Musa, is set to return to Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) side, Kano Pillars, according to revive the team his started his career. Musa spent three years playing for the Kano club, before his first European sojourn in VVV-Venlo.The 28-year-old is set to join Pillars on a flexible short-term deal, as he is yet to land a foreign team.It is understood the transfer...
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