Many times you hear a news and deep down you wish it turns out to be fake or untrue. Just a few days ago, it was erroneously reported in some section of the media that the wife of Chief of Army Staff also died in the crash that took the lives of some high-ranking Military officials.
Whether you are well-placed or not, one thing you need to be grateful for is that you are alive and still have the chance to make a difference. It is always emotional to see when contemporaries are pronounced dead as one is left asking the critical question of who will be the next victim of death.
Nigerians are mourning the death of Super Sand Eagles Coach Audu Adamu, as announced by the Nigeria Football Federation. It was confirmed that Audu died after a brief illness, although the location of his death was not stated by the NFF. Of course, death is inevitable as we are all going to kick the bucket someday.
Super Falcons Captain, Asisat Oshoala has declared herself ‘single’ on Instagram and also said she isn’t expecting any gifts on Valentine’s Day. The 25-year old who is currently in the books of Spanish side, Barcelona Femini on Thursday declared herself single with two posts on Instagram. The first post was “Can’t wait to receive nothing on Valentine’s Day” with a caption, “I’m so excited”. The former Arsenal Forward followed it up with a post “Na single I single. I no kill per
Abu Azeez is one of the few players who have excelled in the green and white jersey of Nigeria. Azeez is up there with the best soccer players in the history of Nigeria as he has proven himself both on the beach and on the pitch. While other legends made their name on the pitch, but it is through beach soccer that Abu Azeez cemented his legendary status after becoming the first and only player to score over 100 goals for the Country. Abu is also the youngest player in the history of Nigeria to play at
Abu Bolaji Azeez is one the rear talents in Nigeria, he combines football and beach soccer and emerged one of the best beach soccer players in the world. Abu Azeez was born May 31, 1994, he is an NCE graduate of Adeniram Ogunsanya College of Education, Ijaniki Lagos. Abu Azeez who has become a house hold name in the Super Sand Eagles narrated that the only secret to his success is sacrifice. According to him, he normally sacrifice his two weeks break after playing as a beach soccer player to play for his
Super Sand Eagles skipper, Abu Azeez, was over the moon Wednesday morning on his punditry debut, as guest analyst on Kicking it with Nairabet on YouTube. The Warri Wolves striker and three other discussants extensively dwelled on contemporary issues in the world of football, including Arsenal's 1-0 loss to Aston Villa on Tuesday night. He expressed his delight in a post on Instagram later in the day alongside the picture above, in which he is sitting second from right. The veteran of the Nigerian league, where
When talking about beach soccer in Nigeria , the first person that comes to your mind is Abu Azeez, the Nigerian beach soccer legend. The Super Sand Eagles over the years has not failed to make an impressive mark as regards sand soccer as he did set a record no player has achieved so far by scoring over a 100 goals. The Goal talisman who participated in over 10 different prestigious beach soccer competition including beach soccer World Cup was among Top 50 beach soccer players in the world today . The captain
Nigeria’s beach soccer family has bene thrown into mourning following the untimely death of the Beach soccer team head coach Audu Adamu Ejoh who died on Saturday, May 22. He was said to have died after a brief illness in Anyigba, Kogi state but the cause of his death is yet to be communicated to the media at the time of this report.
Abu Azeez is one name synonymous with Beach Soccer in Nigeria, he first represented the Super Sand Eagles of Nigeria at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 11 years ago in Dubai. Eleven years down the line he has come of age and no longer the 15-year-old schoolboy he was then, now is now one of the world Ambassador for the sport officially recognised by the Federation of International Football Association FIFA. He solidifies his legendary status in the game having scored over 100 goals within the short period
Super Sand Eagles of Nigeria Legend, Abu Azeez has advised up coming and young football players not to give up on their dreams despite the travails. The Former Julius Berger FC forward reveled via twitter. "As a young and upcoming footballer, no let the success and rise of players around you affect your growth and game, all man get time to suceed, no time too late, i know player wey him club don ready to send am to coaching course, na den God send helper from abroad, God’s time ehn". Azeez, holds the reco
Are you looking for a job, do you have what it takes to coach at the highest level, here is an opportunity to show what you've got to the whole country. The NFF has Declared All National Teams’ Coaching Roles Vacant Except Super Eagles. The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has confirmed that the position of the head coach for various national teams are vacant, except for Super Eagles. The NFF disclosed that the technical crew for the Golden Eaglets, Flying Eagles, Dream Team, Super Sand Eagles and home b
That Nigeria as been knocked out of the ongoing FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Paraguay 2019 is longer news, That the Sand Eagles of Nigeria shipped in a "tonne of goals" is also not news anymore, the performance albeit "woeful" is what many Nigerian are talking about. "Tongues are wagging" and fingers are pointing. Paraguay 2019 Let's take a look at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, Paraguay 2019 outing of the Sand Eagles to see if this outcry is justified, Nigeria was drawn in Group D of Paraguay 2019. Agai
The Super Sand Eagles had a poor outing at the ongoing FIFA World Beach Soccer World Cup in Paraguay. Second Best team in Africa after Senegal, a lot is expected from the team even if they were in a very deadly Group that contains multiple World Champions and current defending Champions Brazil and former World and current European Champions Portugal. The Sand Eagles lost 10-1 to Portugal in their opening before another 6 -5 defeat to Oman was followed by a resounding 12-2 defeat to world champions Brazil an
To an average Nigeria sport follower, football takes it all. From it being their best sport to them analysing it with pure passion. To some, football is life, to others it is business while some take it up, for it gives them ultimate joy. Week on week and month on month, we're gradually coasting home on the year 2019. The stunning part about the year as regards sport is that, the so hyped and much fancied football is not the best sport in Nigeria. Aside the Super Eagles who won bronze at the 2019 Africa
By Ihunanya Okoye Abu Azeez with Super Sand Eagles of Nigeria Super Sand Eagles of Nigeria player, Abu Azeez has lambasted the Journalist who wrote of his retirement from the Sport recently. Azeez called the Journalist names such as fake, inexperienced and more just to vent his anger. He explained that he was misconstrued and misquoted by the Journalist who wrote that he has retired from playing Beach soccer after he tweeted of his achievements in the Sport on his Twitter handle. Speaking angrily on the p
The Super Sand Eagles of Nigeria will not take part in the next beach soccer world cup and other international tournaments until further notice. This was contained in a communique released by the Nigerian Football Federation following deliberations made at the NFF executive meeting on Tuesday. The Executive Committee of Nigeria Football Federation met at the Edo Heritage Hotel & Suites, Benin City, Edo State on Tuesday, 17th December 2019 to deliberate on important issues in Nigerian Football. Following the
The Super sand eagles of Nigeria have failed to win a game in three played at the ongoing Beach Soccer world cup in Paraguay. The team were nothing close to super and have been eliminated from the tournament. First game was an humiliating 10-1 white wash by Portugal followed by a 6-5 defeat to Oman who has never made it past the group stage at the world cup, then came the final straw that broke the camel's back 12-2 demolishment by Brazil. Its now the second consecutive time Nigeria has failed to make it to
Nigeria Beach Soccer Legend Abu Azeez retires from the Super Sand Eagles after an illustrious career. Azeez who joined the Super Sand Eagles in 2009 have gathered lots of accolades as he remains the player with the highest number of goals for Nigeria with 129 in 79 appearances. The Warri Wolves player announcing his retirement took to his Twitter handle to post. " 10 years, 129 goals, 129 appearances," Abu Bolaji Azeez who currently plays for Nigeria Professional Football League side Warri Wolves was bo
By Femi Fasetire The clarion call is getting hotter with each passing day, and I today join the bandwagon of those making a case for the introduction of a specialized Beach Soccer National League in Nigeria, with the national team’s coach, Audu Adamu Ejo leading the way for the introduction of the domestic championship on sand. Ejo’s charge becomes a lot more cogent and poignant after the Nigerian beach soccer national team, Super Sand Eagles failed to create a meaningful impact at this year’s world c