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Pinnick tasks NFF reform committee on Nigeria football

The Nigeria Football Federation yesterday in Lagos inaugurated the Reform Committee headed by the first Vice President of the NFF, Barrister Seyi Akinwunmi. Tony Ubani, Sports Editor, Vanguard Newspapers is also a member of the committee.
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What Super Falcons must do to represent Nigeria well at 2019 World Cup — Gov. Okowa

What Super Falcons must do to represent Nigeria well at 2019 World Cup — Gov. Okowa

The Delta governor also hails NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, at 45
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Governor Okowa promises Super Eagles $25,000 for every goal scored in South Africa

Governor Okowa promises Super Eagles $25,000 for every goal scored in South Africa

Delta Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa has promised the Super Eagles $25, 000 for every goal scored at Saturday’s African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier against the …
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Rohr inspects Stephen Keshi Stadium 

Rohr inspects Stephen Keshi Stadium 

Gernot Rohr was in Asaba to inspect the Stephen Keshi Stadium for the Super Eagles, according to NFF president Amaju Pinnick. Pinnick told the NFF Annual General Assembly in Asaba yesterday that besides watching Aiteo Cup final between Kano Pillars and Enugu Rangers, Rohr is in Asaba to see if the Stephen Keshi Stadium could […]
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AFCON Qualifier: Pinnick dedicates Eagles’ win over Libya to Buhari

AFCON Qualifier: Pinnick dedicates Eagles’ win over Libya to Buhari

Super Eagles defeated the Libyan counterparts 4-0 on Saturday.
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NFF has 65% private sector funding — Pinnick

Leicester coach declares Ndidi fit for West Brom

President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Melvin Amaju Pinnick has revealed that his plans for a better second term at the helm of the nation’s soccer body are already on course, with a lot to be achieved from 65% private sector funding of the round leather game.
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The task before Amaju Pinnick

Soon after the result of the September 20 election was declared in Katsina, a colleague of mine said, “today’s exercise is a stamp of authority to Pinnick’s occupation of the presidency of the Nigeria Football Federation.”
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