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Football

Ronaldo’s red was right
The recent red card handed out to Christiano Ronaldo was, in my opinion, correct. Read full blog
When should a red card be given?
There is no right time or wrong time to issue a yellow card or a red card. The correct time is when it is required and justified. Read full blog
Arsenal and Chelsea serve up an appetiser
I was like the proverbial kid in a candy shop as I waited with bated breath for the start of the Community Shield – an event that normally heralds the start of a new Premier League season. Wembley as usual looked in pristine conditions and although you could spot gaps in the crowd, the atmosphere was no less raucous than you’d expect it to be for a season opener. Read full blog
Why foreign referees?
I recently watched the Asia Trophy competition on television. The tournament consisted of four teams from the Premiership in England. Read full blog
Why Cameroon must fall
These are not the best of times for Nigerian football and for those in the business in Nigeria. Read full blog
What the Conte-Costa fallout tells us
Many might not like him as a person or his playing style, but I truly believe that Diego Costa has arguably been one of the best strikers in the world for the past four years. Read full blog
Wayne Rooney - A Man United great
It was the summer of 2003 and a few weeks after the 2002-03 premier league season ended with Manchester United regaining the title back from a rampant Arsenal. Read full blog
As Lukaku signs for the Red Devils!
Romelu Lukaku finally put pen to paper in a 75-million-pound deal that took him from Everton to Manchester United. All through the summer, it had looked like the big Belgian who turned down the most lucrative offer in Everton’s history was heading for his boyhood club Chelsea to replace an ‘unwanted’ Diego Costa when Manchester United stepped in to make him their second signing in the transfer window. Read full blog
VAR Is the way to go
If you’re not familiar with the terminology VAR by now let me explain what it means. Read full blog
Chile in Germany's way
Four years ago in international football, the Spanish national team were the toast of the world and the SI Unit in which football teams were supposed to be measured. Read full blog
Confed Cup – Cameroon and Germany
I have been following the Fifa Confederations Cup matches in Russia with interest since it started. My main focus has been Cameroon and Germany. Read full blog
Germany showing the way in Russia
When Germany landed in Russia for the 2017 Fifa Confederations Cup, Joachim Lowe, the German national coach, was quick to tell the world that the competition was just going to be a learning experience for his team. Read full blog
More controversy surrounding VAR
A question that has been asked many, many times – who would want to be a referee, particularly in soccer? Read full blog
Fifa Confed Cup - All eyes on Russia
The 2017 Fifa Confederations Cup starting this weekend in Russia is a huge test for the hosts and their ability to host the World Cup this time next year. Read full blog
Eagles - this time truly beaten
Last Saturday in Uyo, something went very wrong for Nigeria’s Super Eagles, and very right for South Africa’s Bafana Bafana. Read full blog
Finally, a new Super Eagles
At last, a truly new national football team of Nigeria is emerging from this weekend’s encounter between Nigeria and South Africa. Read full blog
Cheating needs to be exposed
I witnessed last night the most obvious and blatant act of cheating that is possible in the Uefa Champions League final, which was played in Cardiff. Read full blog
A tale of two French managers
Zinedine Zidane has led Real Madrid to their first Champions Cup/Champions League and La Liga double since before man landed on the moon. Read full blog
Do or Die in Uyo for Super Eagles
Nigeria is not a country that should miss out on any edition of the Africa Cup of Nations. Read full blog
Celebrating Man U, Mourinho and Pogba
I am not a great fan of Manchester United, Jose Mourinho or even Paul Pogba. Yet I am celebrating all three of them. Read full blog

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Dr Errol Sweeney
Ronaldo’s red was right
The recent red card handed out to Christiano Ronaldo was, in my opinion, correct.

Abiye Opuamah
Arsenal and Chelsea serve up an appetiser
I was like the proverbial kid in a candy shop as I waited with bated breath for the start of the...

Calvin Emeka Onwuka
Wayne Rooney - A Man United great
It was the summer of 2003 and a few weeks after the 2002-03 premier league season ended with...

Segun Odegbami
Why Cameroon must fall
These are not the best of times for Nigerian football and for those in the business in Nigeria.