it cAn exclusively be reported today that national team selectors were seriously crossed with Leicester City star Ahmed Musa when he opted to drive to training camp with a new 30 million Naira (more than $66,000) car. He further drew the wrath of the coaches when he was almost mobbed after he gave away cash to fellow worshippers after Friday Muslim prayers, all these before a crucial World Cup qualifier in Zambia. The 24-year-old forward, who finally opened his Premier League goals account on Saturday, sensationally
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Uyo on November 12), I know it is my duty to score goals and I have to score to justify my invitation.” His teammates from the U17s and U20s already established full internationals include Shehu Abdullahi, Kenneth Omeruo, Ogenyi Onazi and Ahmed Musa.
the infighting which caused Nigeria supporters not to fly out with the Super Eagles for this month’s World Cup qualifier in Zambia appears to have been resolved. According to a communiqué jointly issued by both warring factions of the Supporters’ Club, they have resolved their differences at the instance of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).
Among other decisions taken during the reconciliation meeting, new executives will be elected on December 10 and their constitution will be amended to be more inclusive. It was also agreed that the congress will reverse the impeachment of acting national chairman Vincent Okumagba and he will in turn formally apologise to the chairman board of trustees.
lost his first-team place to Gent star Moses Simon in Ndola with the official explanation being that it was because he has struggled to play regularly for Premier League champions Leicester. However, it has now been scooped he was really in hot water because he did not seem to be focused for the all-important match in Zambia. A top official opened up: “The
Eagles coaches led by Gernot Rohr were very unhappy with Ahmed Musa before the match in Zambia because they felt he was not concentrated for the game by what he was doing off the pitch. “He drove into camp with a 30 million Naira car he had just bought. “And for Friday mosque, he almost got himself badly hurt when
he was giving out cash to other worshippers around the mosque close to ICPC office in Abuja. “Bystanders said he had to run into his car for his life when the crowd became very uncontrollable. “It was very comical because he had to tear away from the crowd, like a common thief running away from an angry mob braying for blood.”

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