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 ITALIAN SOCCER FEDERATION PRESIDENT CARLO TAVECCHIO RESIGNS FEW DAYS AFTER ITALY FAILED TO QUALIFY FOR 2018 WORLDCUP

  Italian Soccer Federation President, CARLO TAVECCHIO has resigned from his position today, after the ...

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 KWARA UNITED RELEASES 14 PLAYERS AHEAD OF NIGERIAN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE CAMPAIGN

  Newly promoted Kwara united FC has retained 24 players and released fourteen others as ...

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 FRENCH YOUNGSTER KYLIAN MBAPPE WINS 2017 GOLDEN BOY AWARD

Paris Saint-Germain youngster KYLIAN MBAPPE has emerged winner of Golden Boy 2017 award ahead of Barcelona’s OUSMANE ...

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 ARSENAL WIN FIRST AWAY EPL GAME THIS SEASON

  Arsenal final got an away victory this season and piled the pressure on Everton ...

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 RASHIDI YEKINI FOUNDATION HONOURS 2016/2017 NPFL HIGHEST GOAL SCORER, LOBI STAR’S ANTHONY OKPOTU

  The Rashidi Yekini Foundation has honoured Lobi Star’s ANTHONY OKPOTU who was the highest ...

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 BARCELONA EYES MANCHESTER UNITED’S ANTHONY MARTIAL

  Report says Spanish giants Barcelona are keeping tabs on Manchester United forward ANTHONY MARTIAL. Barcelona’s Technical Secretary, ROBERT ...

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 NPFL CHAMPIONS, PLATEAU UNITED SIGNS CHINEDU UDECHUKWU AHEAD OF NEXT SEASON

  Reigning Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) champions, Plateau United have beaten Enyimba to the ...

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 FERNANDO ALONSO SIGNS CONTRACT EXTENSION WITH FORMULA ONE TEAM MACLAREN FOR 2018 SEASON

  FERNANDO ALONSO has agreed a new deal with MACLAREN that will see him drive ...

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 NIGERIAN FOOTBALL FEDERATION GENERAL ASSEMBLY PASSES VOTE OF CONFIDENCE ON AMAJU PINNICK, ANNOUNCES TENTATIVE DATE FOR NEW PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

  The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) General Assembly has completed 2017 Annual General Assembly and ...

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 CHELSEA MANAGER ANTONIO CONTE ADMIT MISTAKE AGAINST AS ROMA

  Chelsea manager ANTONIO CONTE has taken the blame for the club’s failure to protect ...

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