• You Can’t Be Rich Playing For Nigeria – Jay Jay Okocha Cautions Dream Team Players

    You Can’t Be Rich Playing For Nigeria – Jay Jay Okocha Cautions Dream Team Players

    Austin ‘Jay Jay’ Okocha, former Super Eagles captain, has urged Dream Team V1 players to be proud of representing Nigeria at the Rio Olympics football instead of hope to make money doing so.

    Financial problems have marred the team’s march to the semi-finals of the Rio Games, but Okocha has warned the players that they cannot become rich simply by playing for Nigeria.

    “You can’t get rich playing for Nigeria, you will get exposure and touch lives,” Okocha said. “We have to look […]

  • Gov Wike, Kanu Nwankwo, Okocha, Vincent Enyeama, David Moyes, others at Joseph Yobo’s testimonial match… photos

    Gov Wike, Kanu Nwankwo, Okocha, Vincent Enyeama, David Moyes, others at Joseph Yobo’s testimonial match… photos

    Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike, footballers Jay Jay Okocha, Kanu Nwankwo, Samuel Eto’o, Vincent Enyeama, former Manchester United coach David Moyes, Emmanuel Emenike, AY Makun, Osita Iheme and many others all participated in the Yobo testimonial match which took place at the Adokie Amesiemeka Stadium Port Harcourt, Rivers state yesterday May 27th.

     

    Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike, footballers Jay Jay Okocha, Kanu Nwankwo, Samuel Eto’o, Vincent Enyeama, former […]

  • NFF to appoint foreign Super Eagles Coach, earn €44,000 monthly, pick Okocha as Assistant

    NFF to appoint foreign Super Eagles Coach, earn €44,000 monthly, pick Okocha as Assistant

    According to reports, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), are set to unveil a foreign manager, as the new man in charge of the Super Eagles.

    After Sunday Oliseh resigned from the position in February, the federation brought in Samson Siasia on a temporary basis. Siasia took charge of the two Africa Cup of Nations 2017 qualifiers against Egypt, which ended in Nigeria failing to qualify for next year’s tournament in Gabon.

    It is understood that the NFF is blaming Siasia’s poor tactics […]