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Top 10 Most Dominating Sports Schools in the Country

Nearly every university brings a few sports teams to the table, but not all of them go home as a household name. There’s no denying that attending one of these top universities puts some extra school spirit in your step. College sporting events make all the exams and lectures worth it—nothing beats cheering at the…

How Dolphins FC sponsored planeload of ‘area boys’ to Ghana

Port Harcourt based football writer and author, China Acheru has revealed in his book, “A thousand times on the same road” how a planeload of street urchins also known as area boys were taken to Ghana for a Champions League game. Acheru, who has been on a radio tour of Port Harcourt to promote his…

College Magazine’s Top 10 Colleges for Sports Law for 2020

If you want a career in sports law, check out some of the best programs in the U.S. From internship opportunities to sports law journals to renowned alumni to student-faculty ratio, a top-notch sports law program needs a lot. So if you wanna find your career working with big franchise teams or leagues like the…

Nigerian players abroad weekend roundup

Aribo By Emmanuel Okogba While some found the back of the net more than once, some didn’t even get a look in while some others are still out with injuries. Here, Vanguard reports how Nigerian players abroad fared over the weekend in various football leagues. SCOTLAND JOE ARIBO (Rangers) Rangers midfielder Joe Aribo grabbed a…

Maitland-Niles insists Arsenal players are behind Ozil

Mesut Ozil still has the full backing of Arsenal’s players, despite the playmaker missing out on the Gunners’ 25-man Premier League squad, according to Ainsley Maitland-Niles. Ozil, who was not included in Arsenal’s Europa League squad, has also failed to secure a place in Mikel Arteta’s selection for the top-flight campaign. The 32-year-old has not…

Spurs sign Wales international Rondon on deadline day

SWANSEA, WALES – SEPTEMBER 19: Joe Rodon of Swansea City during the Sky Bet Championship match between Swansea City and Birmingham City at the Liberty Stadium on September 19, 2020, in Swansea, Wales. (Photo by Athena Pictures/Getty Images) New Tottenham signing Joe Rodon has made his first comments as a Spurs player following his deadline…

Swords, Bruises, and How to Find Joy in College

In high school, the biggest piece of advice I got was “get involved,” and “don’t waste your college years.” giphy.com Relatives at graduation parties and family reunions constantly repeat the same old refrain: “they’ll be the best four years of your life.” I consider myself a logical and reasonable person, so I took this advice…

Football: African international results

Kelechi Iheanacho Results of African international friendly matches Tuesday: At Niamey Niger 1 (Djibrilla 54) Sierra Leone 0 At Rio Maior, Portugal Angola 3 (Mateus 45+1, 77, Gelson 79) Mozambique 0 At Rabat Morocco 1 (Mazraoui 45) Democratic Republic of Congo 1 (Wissa 60) At Sankt Veit an der Glan, Austria Nigeria 1 (Iheanacho 21)…

Liverpool, Man Utd lick wounds after humbling Premier League defeats

Premier League Liverpool became the first reigning English champions to concede seven goals in a league match since 1953 and Manchester United were thrashed 6-1 as inquests started after a humiliating day for England’s two most successful clubs. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side thought they had grabbed the headlines for all the wrong reasons against Tottenham…

Five footballers who had their big transfers scuppered by failed medicals

Michael Cuisance’s anticipated move from Bayern Munich to Leeds United seems to have fallen through, as a result of a failed medical. The French midfielder enters a list of players who had scaled the financial hurdles of a transfer, only to be held back by health reason. Here are some: Ruud van Nistelrooy to Manchester…

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