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Tactics: U.S. defend deep

Tactics Board Jul 1, 2014
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Nigeria federation to hold elections on Sept. 30

ABUJA, Nigeria -- The Nigerian football federation says it will hold elections to choose a new leadership on Sept. 30.

- Keshi calls it quits
- FIFA lifts Nigeria ban

The elections will be overseen by outgoing NFF president Aminu Maigari, who was twice forced out of office in recent months and reinstated after intervention by FIFA.

Nigeria, the African champion, was banned from international football for nine days in July for government interference after the sports ministry backed Maigari's removal....

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Sep 9, 2014

Mashaba: Nigeria will spit fire

South Africa coach Ephraim Mashaba and Nigeria boss Stephen Keshi preview Wednesday's 2015 African Cup of Nations qualifier in Cape Town.

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Sep 9, 2014

Nigeria will not face FIFA suspension after 'positive steps' taken

Fans of the Super Eagles will now be able to watch Nigeria's ANC qualifiers.
FIFA's ruling looks set to allow Nigeria the chance to defend their Africa Nations Cup title next year.

FIFA has confirmed that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) will not face a suspension from international football after "positive steps" were taken to meet required conditions to combat government interference.

The international governing body of world football does not allow governments to interfere in football, and did not recognise the Aug. 26 elections that were overseen by the Nigerian sports ministry, which saw NFF president Aminu Maigari replaced with Chris Giwa.

Maigari was arrested on...

Sep 8, 2014

Nigeria official says deposed leaders are returning to work

Coach Stephen Keshi is due to join the Nigeria squad on Tuesday. The federation says ousted officials are returning to work.

ABUJA, Nigeria -- Ousted Nigeria Football Federation officials are returning to work, a federation spokesman said, after FIFA threatened to suspend the country from international soccer for the second time in two months if they weren't reinstated by Monday.

NFF spokesman Ademola Olajire said general secretary Musa Amadu and others...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Sep 3, 2014

Road to the African Nations Cup is seldom easy

Algeria head coach Christian Gourcuff has admitted he needed more time to prepare his team for their African Cup of Nations Group B qualifying match against Ethiopia on Saturday.

African teams have begun their journeys to the next year's African Nations Cup (ANC) as the first group of away teams jetted off to their respective destinations ahead of the opening round of matches this weekend. Some travelling parties contained notable absentees, others struggled to get off the ground, and one left carrying little more than hope for a dream to come true.

Two goalkeepers are among the men missing out on the initial exchanges and one, Itumeleng Khune, could face a longer period...