Tragedy has hit Nigeria football again as former Super Eagles coach Shuaibu Amodu, four-time manager of the Nigerian Super Eagles and Technical Director of the NFF is dead. Amodu Shaibu the top coach was recently appointed Nigeria technical director. The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) announced Saturday that Amodu, 58, died after complaining of chest problems.
Sierra Leone national Davies joins Knights in Australia Sierra Leone national Julius Davies pictured has signed for Australian semi-professional football club Melbourne Knights. The former Bayern Munich youth striker agreeing to terms this week with one of the most successful clubs in Australia. Davies, 21, was born in Liberia before moving to Australia age 11
Swedish Superettan side GIAS AIF has confirmed they have broken their contract with Sierra Leone international striker, Ibrahim Teteh Bangura pictured in action just three months after joining the club. The club confirmed the contract termination of the 26-year-old forward on its club website saying they have chosen not to continue with the players deal.
Sierra Leone international Solomon Zombo Morris (In Photo) was on international duty with Leone Stars against Sudan when his French club Quevilly Rouen Metro battered Troyes AC 4-1 in the league’s final day of the season to finalised promotion. They will play in the Championship National League next season which is the third tier of
RIP: Sierra Leone Football Association pays tributes to Keshi Sierra Leone Football Association, SLFA, on Wednesday, paid tribute to the late Nigerian Legend, former Togo and Mali coach, Stephen Okechukwu Keshi. The Nigeria legend who passed away aged 54 was one of African football’s finest and best-known figures and had three spells in charge of
RIP: Nigeria legend Steven Keshi passes away aged 54 Steven Keshi was one of African football’s finest and best-known figures and had three spells in charge of the Super Eagles. The world is mourning the Super Eagles Legend demise. The news was confirmed by the Nigeria Football Association on Wednesday morning. Former Nigeria captain and
Sierra Leone international Alhaji Kamara has revealed his excitement as he prepares for a new dimension in his football career. Kamara, 22, signed for the Major League Soccer side DC United after medical endorsement that he is ok to play football again. The former IFK Norrkoping striker admitted that he is much happier and ready
Alhaji Kamara pictured in DC United training kit has joined the Major League Soccer club from IFK Norrkoping in a deal that will not include a transfer fee for Sierra Leone striker subject to international transfer certificate and a work visa. Kamara who is under contract with IFK until 2017 but has been sidelined since