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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
Ajax could be United’s worst nightmare
In the early 1970s, a refreshingly new set of young Dutch players, led by the now late, but still legendary Johan Cruijff, mesmerised and dominated European football. Read full blog
FA to bring in retrospective bans
The English Football Association (the FA) is to introduce retrospective bans for players found guilty of diving or feigning injury from the start of next season (2017/2018), it has been revealed. Read full blog
2030 - West Africa’s World Cup?
Perhaps 2030 will provide West Africa with an opportunity to host the world's greatest sporting event. Read full blog
N'Golo Kanté not my choice
At the end of the 1999 season in England and after a titanic battle with one of the best Arsenal teams of the Wenger era, Manchester United won the league and the FA Cup double. Read full blog
Nigeria once had a world-class stadium
A recent conversation on the National Stadium in Lagos reminded me of another even bigger sports infrastructural disaster in Nigeria. Read full blog
Is diving now the order of the day?
I was driving home the other day and I was listening to a sports programme on the car radio. Read full blog
Messi, Ronaldo, and the greatest player debate
Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegan thinks that Lionel Messi is the greatest player in the history of the game. Read full blog
Why you shouldn't bet against Juventus
When you play at Juventus, all you have to worry about is playing football. The club’s management tries to cater for every other thing that you may need. Read full blog
Hypocrisy among managers and players
The recent outburst by the manager of Glasgow Celtic Football Club displayed double standards and hypocrisy of the highest order. It certainly leaves a bad taste in the mouth of all match officials. Read full blog
Champions League down to the wire
Football is a psychologically brutal game. It does not take any prisoners. It is cold and heartless. Otherwise, Bayern Munich would not have lost the way they did. Read full blog
Pochettino needs a trophy
The Argentine has until the end of next season at the very most to win a trophy, otherwise he will be in danger of losing his way and his job. Read full blog
Should refs support teams?
It’s been reported that an English Premier League (EPL) referee has been taken off a game where it was found it might be a conflict of interest with him in charge. Read full blog

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Dr Errol Sweeney
More controversy surrounding VAR
A question that has been asked many, many times – who would want to be a referee, particularly in...

Calvin Emeka Onwuka
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...

Segun Odegbami
Eagles - this time truly beaten
Last Saturday in Uyo, something went very wrong for Nigeria’s Super Eagles, and very right for...

Sunday Oliseh
Ajax could be United’s worst nightmare
In the early 1970s, a refreshingly new set of young Dutch players, led by the now late, but still...