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Oshoala: No team can rival Nigeria at AWCON

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Nigeria vs. Uganda: What did we learn?

With qualification for the Africa Cup of Nations secured, Nigeria began their preparations for the tournament with a friendly against Uganda on Tuesday in Asaba.

It finished 0-0 as Gernot Rohr took the opportunity to give some of his rookies and fringe players a run out at the Stephen Keshi Stadium.

What will the German coach have learned from the stalemate as he keeps one eye on next year's showpiece in Cameroon?

Chukwueze brings excitement

He played just the first 45 minutes, but it was more than...

Nigeria and Nike renew football partnership

Nigeria have renewed their equipment partnership with global sportswear manufacture Nike for the next four years, with an option for another four, NFF President Amaju Pinnick announced on Tuesday.

The new contract could see the NFF committed to Nike until 2026, and comes in the wake of a successful partnership which saw the Super Eagles' World Cup kit earn rave reviews across the world.

"This four plus four deal is the best any African country has ever had with Nike," Pinnick told the media, without...

Nigeria vs. Uganda: Third time lucky for Super Eagles?

Having secured qualification to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Johannesburg on Saturday, Nigeria host Uganda in an international friendly at the Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba on Tuesday.

The Super Eagles will aim to end the year on a winning note, but can they halt a two-game losing run - and generally poor record - against the Cranes?

Nigeria have struggled in meetings between the two sides - they have two wins, one draw and four loses - and have lost both of their last two matches against Uganda.

The...

Nigeria's AWCON loss against Banyana comes as no surprise

Nigeria maybe have been to every FIFA Women's World Cup ever held, and South Africa may have been to none, but Banyana Banyana defeating the Super Falcons on Sunday came as little surprise to fans of either side.

Thembi Kgatlana of the Houston Dash struck a superb volley in their Africa Women Cup of Nations opener to see the South Africans past the team that has won 10 out of 12 editions of the tournament. It was Banyana's second-ever win over Nigeria since 1991.

But the result would not come as...