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Tactics: U.S. defend deep

Tactics Board Jul 1, 2014
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Aug 24, 2014

The chance that will haunt Nigeria

Nigeria missed out an excellent opportunity to take the lead in the Women's U-20 World Cup final after Asisat Oshoala's header was tapped in on the goal line.

Germany won the Under-20 Women's World Cup in extra time on Sunday night, 1-0 at the expense of Nigeria.

But oh, how different it could have been.

Nigeria had the chance of all chances to put in the winning goal in the 85th minute, but were whistled for offside on a play that will haunt the nation's dreams.

Loveth Ayila gathered a rebound and shot past the German keeper. The ball was about to cross the goal line when Asisat Oshoala gave it an extra kick for good measure. 

But she was whistl...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Aug 22, 2014

Falconets gear up for U-20 final

Nigeria are one step away from winning the Under-20 Women's World Cup.
Nigeria are one step away from winning the Under-20 Women's World Cup.

The player who tops the goal-scoring list at the ongoing Under-20 Women's World Cup trains underneath a motorway on a dirt pitch, teaches most of her teammates the nuances of the game, and identifies herself by a hashtag #happygirlalways. Asisat Oshoala has netted seven times for Nigeria on their way to the final, including four times in the semifinals and twice in the quarterfinals to stamp her authority on a tournament that an African side has yet to win.

Oshoala learned her game in Port H...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Aug 7, 2014

African football gets TV boost

Fans of the Super Eagles will now be able to watch Nigeria's ANC qualifiers.
Fans of the Super Eagles will now be able to watch Nigeria's ANC qualifiers.

The average African football fan wishes for two things: that they will be around the day a team from the continent lifts the World Cup, and that even if they never see that happen, they will at least be able to watch African teams in action from the distance of a television screen and the comfort of a couch. The latter does not seems like too much to ask, does it?

Until Thursday, it has been.

African viewers have often been deprived of the chance to watch their team in action in anything fro...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Jul 18, 2014

FIFA lifts Nigeria federation ban

The round of 16 will go down as one for the ages. Relive all the pulsating moments that earned eight teams the right to play in the quarterfinals.

ZURICH -- FIFA has lifted Nigeria's suspension from international competition after the country's football leaders were reinstated.

After Nigeria's second-round elimination at the World Cup, the country's government issued a legal order for the sports ministry to appoint new federation leaders. FIFA rules protect its 209 member federations from influence by third parties, including politicians.

But FIFA said on Friday that court proceedings and an order preventing the Nigeria Football Federation...

 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Jul 15, 2014

Nigeria's FIFA ban hurting footballers the most

Think about not seeing eagles again. Think of the falcons and the little falconets. Think of how the wasps could be the biggest beneficiaries.

Yes, this is still a football story.

FIFA's suspension of Nigeria from all international football last week because of alleged government interference could have immediate effects on the Nigerian women's team, the Falcons, their under-20 counterparts, the Falconets, and if the Rwandan press and public have any say in it, their football team, Amavubi ...