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Nigeria

Nigeria, Stoke City forward Victor Moses ruled out until 2015

Victor Moses was one of many Stoke players who enjoyed a solid performance against West Ham.
Moses scored his first goal of the season for Stoke in the 2-2 draw with West Ham on Nov. 1.

Nigeria forward Victor Moses is unlikely to play again this year after hurting his thigh while playing for Stoke City in the Premier League.

Moses, who is on loan at the Britannia Stadium from Chelsea, is facing "at least six weeks on the sidelines" after picking up the injury in the 2-1 loss to Burnley on Saturday, according to the club's official website.

"He has a significant thigh injury which is likely to keep him out for several weeks," assistant manager Mark Bowen added.

Nigeria missed out...

 By Colin Udoh

Nigeria's long descent into ignominy culminates with another ANC flameout

The ESPN FC crew discuss the last of the teams to qualify for the African Nations Cup tournament which will be hosted by Equatorial Guinea in January.

For the second time in three tournaments, Nigeria's Super Eagles have failed to qualify for the African Nation's Cup after drawing 2-2 with South Africa in a must-win final game of qualification. This failure is not a coincidence; it is not even bad luck. It is a gradual descent into ignominy that has been at least two decades in the making.

Since winning the African Nations Cup title in 1994 and reaching the World Cup Round of 16 later that year, as well as claiming Olympic gold in Atlanta two years...

By ESPN Staff
Nov 19, 2014

Nigeria out, Ivory Coast and Ghana in ANC

The ESPN FC crew discuss the last of the teams to qualify for the African Nations Cup tournament which will be hosted by Equatorial Guinea in January.

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FIFA won't ban Nigeria over elections

ABUJA, Nigeria -- FIFA said Nigeria won't be banned from international football after a court order nullifying federation elections was withdrawn.

FIFA said Nigeria met a deadline to show that elected football officials are able to work again without any interference.

FIFA gave Nigeria until midday Friday to prove the court order challenging the recent election of NFF President Amaju Pinnick had been withdrawn.

FIFA had threatened Nigeria with a ban until at least May, which would have ruled the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Nigeria avoid 'lengthy' FIFA suspension deadline after court case is dropped

Nigeria have avoided the deadline for a "lengthy suspension" from FIFA after a court case against the nation's football federation was dropped on Thursday.

After months of uncertainty, Amaju Pinnick was elected as president of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) on Sept. 30, with FIFA confirming its recognition of the elections on Oct. 2.

However, a group led by Chris Giwa took the matter to court -- despite statutes forbidding football issues to be deliberated in a civil court -- as he alleges...