In football, a lot of players retire to do a different work as some days pass by. Some of them become coaches, referees, singers and many more others after they have retired from been footballers. Among all the retired footballers who come from Nigeria, are too of them who after they had retired went into the ministry of God.
A netizen, could not hide his joy over the arrest of Dubai-based Nigerian International fraud suspect, Hushpuppi and the subsequent release of a video listing his fraudulent exploits and properties by Dubai police yesterday. The netizen, Clifford Ametefe, taking to social media platform Facebook, lamented how he once lost his girlfriend to a fraud boy and it looks as though he has harbored distaste for people involved in such activities since then. For him the issue is personal, because he has seen firsthan
Odion Ighalo has returned to Shanghai Greenland Shenhua after his loan deal with Manchester United came to an end. Ighalo was on a six month loan spell at Manchester United from January 2020, which was expected to end in May 2020. His efforts caused an extension till January 2021. This was a dream come true for the Nigerian International in joining a club like Manchester United. He has supported the club since childhood and dreamed of playing for the club. “It’s so hard to see this dream come to an end,” Odion
Nigerian International, Emmanuel Emenike says winning the 2013 Africa cup of Nations and becoming the tournament highest goal scorer was a big bonus to his life. The striker who was the 2013 Africa Nations Cup highest goals scorer revealed this during an interview with a journalist. " Being a top scorer is great, is good, which is something I didn't put in my head before going into the tournament". "What we had in our head was to win the trophy but coming out as a top scorer was great but not only the top s