Dhee Sylvester: Football needs to take a more assertive stand against terrorism
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Dhee Sylvester: Football needs to take a more assertive stand against terrorism

You don’t have to be French to be disheartened by the events of last Friday when…

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Dhee Sylvester: Swaziland or not, Nigeria must play with respect
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Dhee Sylvester: Swaziland or not, Nigeria must play with respect

“It’s just Swaziland” – that’s the condescending attitude some Nigerian football fans are taking into today’s FIFA…

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The Big Issue: Relax United fans, the process is almost complete!
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The Big Issue: Relax United fans, the process is almost complete!

It has been a puzzling season for Manchester United and it’s fans. Despite obvious improvements…

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Larry Eghosa: Could Inter be mounting a title challenge?
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Larry Eghosa: Could Inter be mounting a title challenge?

After 12 rounds of Italian Serie A matches, the title race has seen four different…

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Dhee Sylvester: Jamie Vardy, part-time factory worker to Premier League superstar
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Dhee Sylvester: Jamie Vardy, part-time factory worker to Premier League superstar

There’s a thin line between a dream and a fantasy. Some of us only get the…

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Joseph Bassey: Emmanuel Amuneke is the ‘chosen one’ for Eagles Job
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Joseph Bassey: Emmanuel Amuneke is the ‘chosen one’ for Eagles Job

Once again, Nigeria became champions of the U-17 World Cup for a record fifth time…

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Shina Peter: Jurgen Klopp must learn from the slump of David Moyes
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Shina Peter: Jurgen Klopp must learn from the slump of David Moyes

‘Shina Peter: Tottenham Hotspur can be excited over the future
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‘Shina Peter: Tottenham Hotspur can be excited over the future

It is beginning to look like 2011 again for Tottenham Hotspur. A year they looked…

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Dhee Sylvester: Why Chelsea need to part ways with Jose Mourinho
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Dhee Sylvester: Why Chelsea need to part ways with Jose Mourinho

He had just gone level with Bill Shankly, Stan Cullis, and Arsene Wenger on three Premier…

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Yomi Kazeem: Luis Enrique deserves more credit than he gets
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Yomi Kazeem: Luis Enrique deserves more credit than he gets

Being the coach of Barcelona means there will always be an unanswered question: is the…

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