The Super Eagles returned to action in the past week with 2 friendlies against Algeria and Tunisia respectively. Here are a few takeaways from the two games: Continue reading 3 Things We Learned From the Super Eagles’ October Friendlies
Wale Musa Alli is one of a number of promising young Nigerians that are earning their stripes all across Europe. The 19-year old left winger, who was born in Lagos, is a graduate of Greensprings School, Lekki and is currently on the books of Austrian second tier side, SKU Amstetten where he continues to impress. EaglesTracker caught up with him this week as he shared his experiences on life in Europe and his future aspirations. Continue reading INTERVIEW: Wale Musa Alli On His European Adventure
Leon Balogun had a torrid time at Brighton, and his lack of appearances has seen him out of Eagles’ Coach Gernot Rohr’s plans in recent times. But if he keeps up this sort of form and hopefully stays fit, we might be seeing the ‘Oyibo Wall’ partnership making a welcome return very soon. Continue reading LEON BALOGUN GETTING BACK TO HIS BEST
The Super Eagles’ AFCON victory in 2013 was one that was unexpected to say the least, considering that most of the squad had never featured in Africa’s premier football competition. What is more telling is the fact that of the starting XI in the final vs Burkina Faso, only Kenneth Omeruo has featured recently for the national team. Continue reading AFCON 2013 FINAL STARTING XI: Where Are They Now?
Promising Nigerian born defender, Emeka Obi made his league debut for Wigan Athletic. He played all 90 mins in their 2-0 EFL League One defeat against Ipswich Town on Sunday. Continue reading EMEKA OBI PLAYS 90 MINUTES ON WIGAN LEAGUE DEBUT
Tolu Arokodare is not a name that too many Nigerians would be familiar with in the football scene, but the young striker is blazing a trail with Valmiera FC in the top flight of Latvian football. Continue reading AROKODARE CONTINUES TO SHINE IN LATVIA
The Premier League has produced some of the most elegant and graceful players to ever grace the game, names like Jay-Jay Okocha, Cristiano Ronaldo and Eden Hazard come to mind. The League has also produced some of the dirtiest, scrappiest, and roughest footballers who are uncompromising when it comes to getting the ball. Continue reading Meet one of the Premier League’s dirtiest footballers, who played with Jay-Jay Okocha