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Ex-Super Eagles Player Christopher Slumps, Dies

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Justice Christopher is dead.

Former Super Eagles midfielder, Justice Christopher is dead.

According to reports, Christopher died in the early hours of Wednesday in his hotel in Jos.

It was reported that the former midfielder had been managing a mild blood pressure and was seen in the company of his friends on Tuesday without any sign of ailment.

Christopher, 40, began his football career with the Eagles in 2001 and went on to accumulate 11 appearances.

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He was part of the Nigerian squad that went to the 2002 World Cup in Korea/Japan.

He also played Katsina United in 1999. His success at Sharks and Bendel Insurance, led him to Belgium in 2001 where he signed for Royal Antwerp.

He also played for Levski Sofia in Bulgaria, Swedish club Trelleborgs FF, Alania Vladikavkaz in Russia and Herfølge BK in Denmark before announcing his retirement from football at the end of the 2006/2007 season.

He, however, returned and signed for Nasarawa United in October 2012. He has been with the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) club ever since.

 

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AFCON 2023: Super Eagles Get Easy Opponents

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AFCON 2023: Super Eagles Get Easy Opponents

Super Eagles of Nigeria will face the likes of Sierra Leone, Guinea-Bissau and Sao Tome and Principe in their 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifying games.

The draw was conducted on Tuesday evening.

The Super Eagles failed to get past the Round of 16 in the last edition of the tournament played in January/February in Cameroon this year.

READ ALSO: Ex-Super Eagles Player Christopher Slumps, Dies

While the Eagles where in group A, current holders Senegal are in Group L with Benin Republic, Mozambique and Rwanda.

Full list:

Group A: Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Guinea-Bissau, Sa o Tome e Principe or Mauritius
Group B: Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Togo, Eswatini
Group C: Cameroon, Kenya, Namibia, Burundi
Group D: Egypt, Guinea, Malawi, Ethiopia
Group E: Ghana, Madagascar, Angola, Central African Republic
Group F: Algeria, Uganda, Niger, Tanzania

Group G: Mali, Congo Brazzaville, Gambia, South Sudan
Group H: Ivory Coast (hosts), Zambia, Comoros, Lesotho
Group I: Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Mauritania, Sudan
Group J: Tunisia, Equatorial Guinea, Libya, Botswana
Group K: Morocco, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Liberia

Group L: Senegal (holders), Benin, Mozambique, Rwanda
Dates

May 30-June 14: Matchdays 1, 2
Sept 19-27: Matchdays 3, 4
March 20-28, 2023: Matchdays 5, 6

 

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Christiano Ronaldo’s Son Is Dead

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Christiano Ronaldo's Son Is Dead

Manchester United playmaker Cristiano Ronaldo, has announced the passing of his son.

The five times Ballon d’Or winner, revealed this through his social media pages on Monday.

A statement jointly signed by the couple reads: “It is with our deepest sadness that we announce the passing of our baby boy. It’s the greatest pain any parent can feel.

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“Only the birth of our baby girl gives us the strength to live this moment with some hope and happiness.

“We would like to thank the doctors and nurses for all their expert care and support. We are all devastated at this loss and we kindly ask for privacy at this very difficult time,” they wrote.

 

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NFF: Why I’ll Step Down – Amaju Pinnick

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NFF: Why I'll Step Down - Amaju Pinnick

The President of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, Amaju Pinnick has disclosed that he will not be seeking  a third term when his current tenure expires.

Pinnick who has been in charge of the NFF since 2014 was asked to resign after the national team failed to qualify for the world cup finals in Qatar later this year.

He has now revealed that his time at the Glass House might be coming to  an end as it has taken a toll on his relationship with his family over the years.

READ ALSO: Why NFF Sacked Gernot Rohr – Pinnick

Amaju Pinnick while responding  to questions on Arise TV  said: “I’m eligible to run based on the statue. Do I want to run?, it’s a no-no, my family is very key to me, they said it’s taking a toll on me and the family.

“They believed that I’ve done my best and it’s time to move on . It’s a regrettable decision, but it’s the best,” Pinnick told Arise TV.

 

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