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Arsenal in Africa: Arsene Wenger's legacy

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Enyimba see off struggling Go Round in midweek fixture

Seven-time Nigeria league champions Enyimba outclassed an inexperienced Go Round FC 2-0 in a rescheduled NPFL game in Calabar on Wednesday.

Second-half strikes from forwards Joseph Osadiaye and Abdulrahman Bashir moved the People's Elephant into sixth on 26 points, seven off leaders Lobi Stars having played a game fewer.

Go Round FC earned a first away point at the weekend in Ilorin, and threatened to build on that early on when Chinonso Udeh's 20-yard free kick hit the underside of the woodwork...

Nigeria skipper John Obi Mikel excited about England return

Nigeria captain John Obi Mikel is relishing a return to England for June's high-profile international friendly against the Three Lions.

The fixture is one of several pre-World Cup warm-ups organised for the Super Eagles, and the West Africans have set themselves a stern test when they meet England, ranked 13th in the World Rankings, at Wembley on June 2.

"The match comes up only two weeks before our first match at the FIFA World Cup," the three-time FA Cup winner told the NFF's official website....

Arsenal in Africa: Arsene Wenger's legacy

Upending the English football apple cart has got to be one of the lasting legacies of Arsene Wenger's over-two decades in change at Arsenal.

Not only did the Frenchman disrupt the mentality of players and managers, he also brought a unique, continental stye that shifted the landscape and, for that, English football will forever owe him a debt.

However, the change didn't just end in England; reverberations spread out across the world, and nowhere more so than in Nigeria.

Pre-Wenger, the preponderance...

Could Henry Onyekuru yet gatecrash Nigeria's World Cup party?

Nigeria international forward Henry Onyekuru made an earlier-than-expected return to training this week after recovering from potentially season-ending medial ligament damage. 

His remarkable recovery on the eve of the World Cup puts him back in reckoning to gatecrash Nigeria's squad for the tournament, following in the footsteps of James Obiorah and Lukman Haruna.

The aforementioned duo gatecrashed Nigeria's 2002 and 2010 World Cup teams respectively on the back of a strong finish to the season...

Kwara United extend unbeaten NPFL streak

Struggling Kwara United recorded an impressive scoreless draw away at Enugu Rangers, extending their fine unbeaten streak to five-games to move off the foot of the table.

Against all odds, United gained a vital away point at Rangers to secure a result which aided their relegation cause as they moved up to 19th with a game in hand.

Ibrahim Ajani carried the biggest threat early on for Rangers, but twice, a combination of a blocked attempt and brilliant goalkeeping by Jonah Usman denied the veteran...