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 By Colin Udoh

Nigeria's World Cup qualifying challenges remain before Russia 2018

Fans of the Super Eagles will now be able to watch Nigeria's ANC qualifiers.
Nigeria have plenty of work to do if they are to make World Cup qualifying easy.

Last week's preliminary draw officially signalled the start of the long road to reach the 2018 FIFA World Cup for the majority of the 209 member associations of FIFA and handed Nigeria a tie against either Djibouti or Swaziland in the second round of African qualifying.

Contrary to popular opinion -- borne of little else but fanciful nostalgia -- World Cup qualifying has never proved easy to negotiate for Nigeria. From the days when the Green Eagles, as they were previously known, were consistently...

 By Colin Udoh

Sunday Oliseh must bring genuine change as Nigeria's new manager

Sunday Oliseh has enough independence to bring about genuine change within the Nigerian national team.

There is something immediately refreshing about Sunday Oliseh. He belongs to that extremely rare breed of retired Nigerian international footballers who have not sat around waiting for opportunities. Instead, they've added a sound education to their natural talent.

Patrick Ekeji, Segun Odegbami, Adokiye Amiesimaka and Seyi Olofinjana are some of the few who also belong to this very exclusive club. Don't get me wrong; this is in no way to be confused with ex-footballers, especially those of the...

 By Colin Udoh

Appointing Sunday Oliseh proves Nigeria are on a better trajectory

Since retiring, Sunday Oliseh has made a living as a TV pundit as well as earning his UEFA Pro License.

On Wednesday, Nigeria's football federation announced they were in talks with former captain Sunday Oliseh to replace the sacked Stephen Keshi.

Top sources within the federation, however, say the deal is done bar the shouting, and Oliseh will be presented next week as the new Nigeria coach.

The announcement of Oliseh was greeted with generally positive views from across the country's football-following population. Not least because he is a member of Nigeria's revered Golden Class of '94.

Principled,...

 By Colin Udoh

Five things we learned from Nigeria's 2-0 win over Chad

Stephen Keshi's side struggled to make a breakthrough before running out 2-0 winners.

It was a game of two halves for Nigeria as they labored to a 2-0 win over Chad in their opening game of qualifying for the 2017 African Nations Cup.

Here are five things we observed from Saturday's clash in Kaduna.

1. Give Rabiu Ibrahim the No. 10 shirt!

As if we didn't already know, Ibrahim's talent and ability have never been in doubt. What he has lacked has been perhaps a settled head. Nomadic journeys through Europe have left Rabiu unable to find any consistency despite his enormous...

 By Colin Udoh

Old mistakes remain as Nigeria begin 2017 African Nations Cup qualification

Stephen Keshi claims his side are moving forward, but lack of preparation could doom his Nigeria team again.

The Nigerian team talk a good game. To hear the coach and players speak ahead of Saturday's opening qualifying fixture for the 2017 African Nations Cup against Chad, one could be forgiven for thinking that a million lessons had been learned from their failure to qualify for the tournament in 2015.

On Wednesday, the squad held an open day for the media, and at the press conference that followed coach Stephen Keshi went to great lengths to emphasize that lessons have been learned from that failed...

Aliko Dangote: Five things to know about Nigerian keen on Arsenal

Aliko Dangote
Aliko Dangote could become the first African owner in the top flight.

Five years after Nigerian businessman and Arsenal fan Aliko Dangote's offer to buy the North London club was rejected, he has been linked to them again. Dangote admitted he remains interested in owning the Gunners but told Bloomberg he will not offer a "ridiculous price," rather just one the "owners won't want to resist."

If successful, Dangote will become the first African to own an English Premier League club. Here's five things to know about the man who one day hopes to buy Arsenal.

Africa's...