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NFF Unveils New Super Eagle Jerseys

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Nike the official clothing partner of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has unveiled the new Super Eagle Jerseys that will replaced the one that was used during the last 2018 World cup in Russia.


The jerseys that were made public through the verified twitter handle of NFF shows the home and away kits.


The home kits look similar with the former home kits but with different pattern and design while the away Jersey seem entirely different from the former away Jersey.


The jerseys will be on sale officially any moment from now but NFF advised not to buy the counterfeit jerseys from Nigeria markets.



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NFF election sets for Sept 22

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Despite the crisis rocking the association of recent, the Amaju Pinnick led adminstration has scheduled to hold the association's election that will pave way for new adminstration for September 22, 2018.

The new date is a week shift from the September 29 previously agreed by NFF Congress on Thursday. This shift in date, is due to the fact that the previously agreed date; Sept 29 by the NFF Congress last week in Edo state clashes with the CAF Congress that will hold in Morocco. The new date for the election will be 3 days before the resumption of the adjourned case of the NFF leadership's crisis between Chris Giwa and Amaja Pinnick.

However, it is not clear if the shifting in date will affect the initially scheduled venue, because at the Congress, the election is scheduled to hold in Katsina state.

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NFF CRISIS: GIWA 5 YEARS BAN RESCINDS

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The Nigeria football federation today at her 2018 extra ordinary general assembly held today in Benin city Edo state affirmed it that the five years ban imposed by the association on Chris Giwa and few others has been lifted and also offered the provisional readmission of Giwa FC to Bet9ja Nigeria professional league, though the decision is subjected to ratification by the general assembly.The decision taken today is part of the steps to be taken in order to have a lasting panacea to the crisis that has been rocking the association since 2014, it should be noted that Giwa and few others were sanctioned in 2016 due to their post 2014 election actions taken by them which led them to be parading Giwa as the substantial President of the association.Though, Giwa has been ordered to withdraw all the cases he filed against the association.The NFF crisis reawakened early last month when a federal high court in Jos declared Giwa as the substantial President to occupy the glass house and ordered Amaju Pinnick to vacate his position at the glass house. Though, the world football governing body do not tolerate any intervention by the local court except that of court of arbitration of sports.
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FG SACK NFF PRESIDENT

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The federal government has sacked the NIgeria Football Federation president Amaju Pinnick. The sack came after the elimination of the super eagles of Nigeria from the world cup. Although, the sack wasn't due to the group stage elimination but due to Supreme Court orders.

The current board of NFF are told to step down for Chris Giwa, whom the court announced to have won the election. This was contained in a statement from the office of the Minister for Youths and Spo‎rts, Solomon Dalung, which also asked Chris Giwa who was voted as President of the NFF in a congress that wasn’t recognized by FIFA to take over the running of football in Nigeria.

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