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Remembering the original Super Eagles

Nigeria’s Super Eagles move to the international fields started in 1949 with a tour of amateur English clubs

Nigeria, Uganda, Mali, Morocco qualify for Cup of Nations

Nigeria drew 1-1 with Bafana Bafana in Soweto and Uganda edged Cape Verde 1-0 in Kampala

Kidnappers free father of Nigerian World Cup skipper Obi: police

A police spokesperson said the senior Obi's captors did not hurt him after seizing him at gunpoint last Thursday evening

Africa’s promise still unfulfilled

The continent has everything it takes to win the World Cup, so why the repeated failures?

Super Eagles swoop in

Nigerians are still bitter about their exit from the 2014 World Cup and they’re hungry for revenge

Russia 2018: Who will make the cut?

As the World Cup qualifiers come to a head, it's time to review which teams might secure a spot and who needs to do some extra work

Baxter, bring on the young ’uns

Bafana Bafana need consistency and a strong stream of young blood to get over the line

Baxter gives us a taste of two Bafanas

Over the course of one week, new coach Stuart Baxter has managed to show the nation two Bafanas.

Chan: Bafana’s ‘got no excuses’ for loss to Nigeria, says Igesund

Bafana coach Gordon Igesund has expressed his disappointment after Nigeria beat the national team 3-1 in the African Nations Championship match.

Fifa slates coach for anti-homosexual comments

Fifa has criticised Nigeria coach Eucharia Uche for branding homosexuality as "dirty" and admitting she forced lesbians out of her team.

Fifa sets Monday deadline for Nigeria

Fifa on Friday gave Nigeria until Monday 4pm GMT to reverse its decision to ban the national football team from international matches.

Super Eagles plunged into darkness

The Nigerian national team was left in the dark by power cuts at their Bloemfontein hotel ahead of their Soccer World Cup clash against Greece.

Ellis Park turns Little Argentina

Two of football's biggest stars, Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi helped Argentina to hold on to a 1-0 win against Nigeria on Saturday.

Super Eagles bonus crisis averted

A row over the win-bonus of Africa Cup of Nations semifinalists Nigeria has been averted after a special committee paid up their share.

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Q&A Sessions: ‘My north star is the patient’

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Disrupt the corrupt

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