Warri Wolves slam former coach, Aigbogun

TVCE (SOCCER) - Aba based Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) club, Warri Wolves have criticised former coach, Paul Aigbogun over what they perceive as a lack of commitment from him. Wolves chairman, Moses Etu says Aigbogun’s body language was not right for most of last season. “We (Wolves) actually asked Paul Aigbogun to leave because we had very good reasons. He was busy negotiating with other clubs even when he had a contract with us and that was not right. Sam Okpodu has been appointed as his replacement and we are sure he will do a good job,” Etu told supersport.com. But Aigbogun dismissed the allegations, describing them as “baseless.”  “I am shocked the Wolves people will say these things because I served them with total commitment while I was head coach of the club. The thing is my contract ended at the conclusion of the last football season. “As it is the norm all...

Adekuroye returns home after Indian Pro-Wrestling league victory

TVC - SPORTS - Sensational wrestler, Odunayo Adekuoroye arrived Lagos on Saturday {January 9) amidst loud cheers and warm reception from friends and family members. Adekuoroye who was adjudged the Best Woman Wrestler at the just concluded Pro Wrestling League in Delhi, India where she led her team, Mumbai Garudu to the title was received at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport alongside her coach, Purity Akuh by a large crowd including members of the National Sports Commission (NSC), Nigeria Wrestling Federation, members of the Supporters Club and wrestling fans. Expressing gratitude to the reception, the 2014 Commonwealth gold medalist said she is now focusing on making the country proud at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. “When I was going, I just thought I was going to fight against those wrestlers that I will meet at the Olympics, wrestle them and then come back to the drawing board maybe to correct the mistakes I...

NFF confirms death of Head of Protocol, Abubakar

TVCE [ABUJA] - The Nigeria Football Federation has confirmed the death of its Head of Protocol, Ibrahim Abubakar. a tweet has revealed. Abubakar was shot dead by armed robbers in his Abuja house in the early hours of Wednesday. In a tweet on the twitter handle of the NFF, @thenff, it was stated that the body had been taken to Kaduna, his home town for burial according to Islamic rites....

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