The Super Eagles of Nigeria have announced a 23-man squad for their FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Central African Republic slated to take place in October. Coach Gernot Rohr made some changes to the last squad he selected as he now has all his British-based players available for selection.
Africa has produced so many great football players over the past thirty years. Stars like Yaya Toure and Didier Drogba have represented the African continent all around the world. We also have a few African football stars who have made a lot of money in Europe. Some of these players have used their money to construct roads and hospitals across various countries in Africa.
A lot of footballers have made positive contributions to the development of society in general. The likes of Sadio Mane and Moses Simon have even built structures in their home towns. Some football players have also been rewarded for their contribution to the advancement of society. Let us take a look at some football players who have things that are named after them.
Super Eagles of Nigeria duo Moses Simon and Samuel Chukwueze have reacted to Victor Osimhen's post on Wednesday afternoon, days after netting a goal in Napoli's 4-0 victory over Udinese Calcio FC. The former Wolfsburg football club of Germany striker was outstanding for Italian serie A giants SSC Napoli, as he guided them to a remarkable away victory over their opponent.
Super Eagles of Nigeria dazzler, Moses Simon has been phenomenal for his French Ligue 1 club so far this season across all competitions having been delivering at the top notch for Nantes. Moses Simon in the current campaign has been instrumental for Nantes in the front of goals both in scoring and creating assists which were instrumental in his team's current form in the league.
Strongly performing Malmo, Hammarby, Akwa United, Bologna and Nantes players deserve their chances for Nigeria against Central African Republic, but will they all be on the plane? The squad currently accommodates a handful of perplexing perpetual selections along with a mass of senior players at an age which puts their place up for consideration.
Super Eagles of Nigeria midfield maestro, Moses Simon was in action on Wednesday night for Nantes in their 7th league game of the French Ligue 1 against Brest at the Stade de la Beaujoire. The Nigerian midfielder retained his spot in his team's starting XI following his incredible performance for the club in their previous game where he made a brace of assist.
The West African giants Nigeria were unable to continue their winning run in the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers as they suffered a 1 - 0 loss to Central African Republic in a crunch encounter between both countries. The Super Eagles of Nigeria were dominant all through the match but they failed to score a single goal against Central African Republic.
Super Eagles of Nigeria star Moses Simon has been exceptional in the French Ligue 1 since the beginning of the 2021/2022 season, and his excellent performance has made him to move to the top of the assist chart. The former Gent football club of Belgium star joined Nantes football club of France three seasons ago, and he has been in superb form for the club ever since then.
Super Eagles of Nigeria dazzler, Moses Simon was in action today for Nantes in their 6th league game of the season against Angers at the Stade Raymond Kopa. The Nigerian star was handed a role to play in his team's starting XI following his incredible performance for the club in their previous game and he was able to shine.
Football players offer help to people in so many ways. For instance, Sadio Mane has built a hospital in his village located in Senegal. The Liverpool star has also made other contributions to the development of Senegal. Some players have also constructed roads over the past one decade.
Europe is the hub of modern football and this has attracted many top players to the continent. In the current season, some playmakers have been exceptional with the quality and quantity of assists they have provided for their teams. Those playmakers have played significant roles in their respective team's performances this season.
Super Eagles of Nigeria star Moses Simon continues his impressive run of form for his club-side Nantes football club on Wednesday evening, as they defeated Brest FC 3-1 in the Week 7 of French Ligue 1. The former Levante football club star was given another starting role by coach Antoine Kombouare, and he was able to impress again, as he played a crucial role in the team's deserved victory.
Super Eagles of Nigeria star Moses Simon has received Nantes football club's player of the Month of September award, after inspiring the club to a remarkable 2-0 victory over Troyes FC in the week 9 of the French Ligue 1. The former Levante football club of Spain star had a remarkable September with the club, as he provided five assists to his teammates, and he was able to score a goal in the French Ligue 1.
Today, Nigeria played against Central African Republic in the Africa World Cup qualifiers fixture. The match was very entertaining and exciting as both teams gave a very good performance. Both managers went into the match with a strong lineup as they were keen on getting a win.
Villarreal forward Samuel Chukwueze's participation in the World Cup Qualifiers against Central African Republic has been cast into doubt by a persistent injury problem. The winger, who has become such an integral part of the Nigeria team since 2019, hasn't featured in Villarreal's games this season.
By Femi Fasetire SSC Napoli of Italy hitman, Victor Osimhen, Racing Genk of Belgium’s Paul Ebere Onuachu and Moses Simon from FC Nantes of France al scored on Sunday, to cap a glorious weekend of goals from several Nigerian players. The goals from Osimhen, Onuachu and Simon came 24 hours after equally exciting sizzlers from Joe Aribo in Scotland, Dominic Solanke and Phillip Anyanwu Billing in England as well as Cyriel Dessers in Netherland and Anayo Iwuala in Tunisia.
The Super Eagles Of Nigeria made a disappointing return to International football when they welcomed Central African Republic to the Teslim Balogun Stadium on Thursday evening. The Nigerian National Team suffered a disappointing home defeat as Central African Republic performed brilliantly to earn a 1-0 victory courtesy of a lone goal from Karl Namnganda.
Super Eagles of Nigeria dazzler, Moses Simon was in action on Saturday night for Nantes in their 11th game of the French Ligue 1 against Clermont Foot at the Stade de la Beaujoire. The Nigerian star retained his spot in his team's starting XI having established himself as a key figure in the squad paraded by Antoine Kombouare following his outstanding performance for the club in their previous game.
Creative players are key to scoring goals, and while the season is still new, we assembled the top 5 chance creators in Europe heading into the international break. Jason Berthomier & Bruno Fernandes– 23 Bruno Fernandes has scored 4 goals in addition to creating 23 chances, while Clermont’s Jason Berthomier has also created the same number of chances in Ligue 1.