After CAF Recognition, Authentic Nigeria Football Supporters Club Targets FIFA Recognition

President of the Authentic Nigeria Football Supporters Club, Prince Abayomi Ogunjimi says it’s a thing of joy to be recognized by the Confederation Of African Football, CAF.

Abayomi who was granting an interview in Nigeria’s Football WhatsApp forum “Let’s Gist Naija”, stated that the club are delighted with the CAF recognition while also targeting the FIFA recognition.

“It’s a thing of joy to be recognized by CAF and I thank my media team and everyone for their support. It shows we’re working hard”, Abayomi said.

“We’re a pace setter, we would soon going to be recognized by FIFA and hopefully our hard work won’t stop”, Abayomi concluded.

The famous Authentic Nigeria Football Supporters Club have a world class Secretariat in Surulere, Lagos.

The ANFSC is committed to ensuring that Nigeria gets maximum support at international events.

The NGO is well recognized by Football stakeholders all over the world

Prince Abayomi Ogunjimi popularly known as Bonfrere. The name Bonfrere is because of his closeness to former Super Eagles coach, Bonfrere Jo. He is a very graduate of Business Management from the prestigious Lagos polytechnic.

“Hon. Soname Has Been Fantastic For Us” – President, Authentic Nigeria Football Supporters Club Reveals

President of the Authentic Nigeria Football Supporters Club, Prince Abayomi Ogunjimi has credited the successful outings recorded by its club to Hon. Kunle Soname who has been a strong sponsor of the club.

Abayomi who was granting an interview in Nigeria’s Football WhatsApp forum “Let’s Gist Naija”, stated that the club started with personal sponsorship but Hon. Soname has really been their backbone.

“Soname has really been helpful to us, we’ve been doing it singlehandedly with no sponsors but with Soname, we’ve been able to achieve success. He’s a man who loves sport and the grassroots”, Abayomi said.

The famous Authentic Nigeria Football Supporters Club have a world class Secretariat in Surulere, Lagos.

The ANFSC is committed to ensuring that Nigeria gets maximum support at international events.

The NGO is well recognized by Football stakeholders all over the world

Prince Abayomi Ogunjimi popularly known as Bonfrere. The name Bonfrere is because of his closeness to former Super Eagles coach, Bonfrere Jo. He is a very graduate of Business Management from the prestigious Lagos polytechnic.

“Rohr Should Give More NPFL Players A Chance In The Super Eagles” – Coach Bala

Niger Tornadoes Head Coach, Abubakar Bala says he strongly do not believe in what Super Eagles manager Genort Rohr says about the level of readiness of the NPFL players to lay a stake in the Super Eagles team.

Bala, who was a former Kwara Utd handler stated this while being a guest on Nigeria’s football forum “Let’s Gist Naija” this Sunday.

“I sincerely do not agree with Rohr over the mindset that Nigerian league players are not good enough for the Super Eagles, he seems not to be trying them but would still say they’re not good enough.”, Baba said.

A coach with the magic wand, the tactician lists FC Lokoja, FC Abuja, Niger Tornadoes and Kwara United as the clubs he has managed.

He has helped developed talents for Nigerian football which also includes ex Esperance and Super Eagles goal machine Michael Eneramo.

A friend and supporter of the Press, coach Abubakar Bala also with the Flying Eagles in the past.

He is currently the head coach of Niger Tornadoes, “Ikon Allah Boys and they are campaigning in the Nigeria National League.

“Improved Officiating But Still, There Are Two Major Problems Faced By Nigerian Coaches” – Abubakar Bala

Niger Tornadoes Head Coach, Abubakar Bala has harped on administrative support, competition organization as the major problems being faced by coaches in the Nigerian football sector.

Bala, who was a former Kwara Utd handler stated this while being a guest on Nigeria’s football forum “Let’s Gist Naija” this Sunday.

“As a coach you want to do your job very well and at the end of the season, you want to achieve your target but there are a lots of problem being faced by coaches in the country, from the administrative problem to the competition organization”, Baba said.

“However, the officiating has improved and we’re happy about this because officiating was a major problem but it has since stepped up in the last two years”, Baba concluded

A coach with the magic wand, the tactician lists FC Lokoja, FC Abuja, Niger Tornadoes and Kwara United as the clubs he has managed.

He has helped developed talents for Nigerian football which also includes ex Esperance and Super Eagles goal machine Michael Eneramo.

A friend and supporter of the Press, coach Abubakar Bala also with the Flying Eagles in the past.

He is currently the head coach of Niger Tornadoes, “Ikon Allah Boys and they are campaigning in the Nigeria National League.

“Remo Stars, A Huge Turning Point For My Career” – Afeez Aremu

Nigerian Intl and IK Start of Norway midfielder, Aremu Afeez has attributed the rise of his career to Remo Stars football club of Ogun State, harping on the role the club played in his football development.

The former U20 stated this while answering questions from Journalist on Nigeria’s football WhatsApp forum, Let’s Gist Naija.

“I honestly can’t deny the role of Remo Stars in my football development, after I left Dosu FC, I will always appreciate the club for their effort for me”, Aremu said.

Aremu Afeez made his league debut with Remo Stars F.C at the age of 14 in 2013/14 Nigeria National Pro League season during their terrain in the Nigerian Second Division League.

He has played for several Nigeria Premier League teams, such as Sharks F.C. from where he played against Sunshine Stars F.C. and this made Sunshine Stars F.C. sign him.

He got stronger interest from Rivers United F.C. after he played against them during the first leg of 2015/16 Nigeria Premier League season and was signed during the mid season.

He won the man of the match again towards two games to the end of 2015/16 Nigeria Premier League season when Rivers United F.C. played against Akwa United F.C. and this also made Akwa United F.C. signed him in the 2017 Nigeria Premier League season.

He has since be plying his trade with IK start since 2018, scoring 5 goals in 55 appearances for the Norwegian club.

“NPFL Club Chairmen Are Not The Biggest Problem Of the League”, Katsina Utd’s Supremo Kicks Back

Nigeria Professional Football League side, Katsina Utd chairman, Prince Abudulsamad Badamasi has refuted the claims that the club chairmen are the biggest problem of the NPFL.

Prince Badamasi stated this in the wee hours of Sunday while answering questions from journalists in Nigeria’s biggest WhatsApp platform, NSM.

“Any club chairman is looking for the success of its team and well being. Just like my own team, we’re not owing any match bonuses, although we know we’re not yet up to par as regards salary because of the present state of the country’s economy”, Badamasi disclosed

“It is however wrong for a player to say the club chairmen are the biggest problem of the NPFL”, Badamasi concluded.

Prince Badamasi took over from Aminu Kurfi and has done so well to help reposition and rebrand THE CHANGI boys into a strong force in the NPFL as they’re currently 10th in the log.

“Winning The African Footballer Of The Year Was More Difficult In Our Generation” – Emmanuel Amunike

Super Eagles legend, Emmanuel Amunike says he believes it was much difficult to win the African Footballer of the year in his own generation that what is being witness presently.

Amunike who won the African Footballer Of The Year in 1994, stated this in a chat with Nigeria’s biggest WhatsApp platform, NSM this Thursday.

“To some people, they believe it was easy to win the African Footballer of the year in our generations but they forget that, we had great intelligent players in Africa then, the likes of Yekini, Amokachi, George Weah and others”, Amunike said.

“To make it to the top during our days was quite hard as you can’t compare what’s obtainable now to what exist then, there are now good pitches and more technical input” said Amunike.

Amunike played 27 times for Nigeria, scoring nine goals.

He was part of the team that participated at the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the United States, scoring against Bulgaria and Italy; also in that year, he helped the Super Eagles win the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations in Tunisia, eventually being voted African Footballer of the Year.

Additionally, Amunike played all the games at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, scoring the winning goal in the final as the national team won the gold medal.

However, knee problems kept him out of the 1998 FIFA World Cup.

“Financial Issue, A Major Problem Of The NPFL – Highly Rated Nigerian/Japanese Tactician

A top rated Japanese/Nigerian who ones worked with coach Imama Amapakabo during the CHAN and Olympics qualifiers has labeled finances as the main bane of the problems facing the Nigeria professional football league, NPFL.

Oba Bolarinwa states this on Tuesday when he was a guest on Nigeria Sports Mouthpiece WhatsApp platform while hoping that the LMC can get things right.

“For me, the problem of the league is finance and money issues, because clubsides struggle to get going without proper funding”, Bolarinwa said.

Born in Ibadan, Oyo State and played for shooting stars, Osun United, Lagos United and Stationery Stores.

He is a top rated Coach with the UEFA LICENSE B he coaches a club in Japan presently and has just signed a new contract. He only recently applied to coach the under 17 or under 20 National teams of Nigeria and looks anxiously for an opportunity to serve his fatherland

He is a man of many parts, he speaks more of Japanese than English,

He had tidied up interesting deals for a few Nigerian coaches already penciled down for coaching courses in Japan and other Asian countries after the Covid-19 pandemic.

“Having handled the youth team in Abroad for more than 11 years, I did like to work with the Nigeria national team, be it the U17 or U20 team”, Bolarinwa told Nigeria’s biggest WhatsApp sports platform, NSM.

NIGERIA FOOTBALL FANS CALL FOR THE IMMEDIATE INVITATION OF RAVE OF THE MOMENT, EMEM EDUOK

The football fraternity in Nigeria has called on Super Eagles coach, Genort Rohr to invite Hadjuk Split forward Emem Eduok to the Eagles team.

Eduok has scored nine goals in 19 appearance for his Croatian club side and was the first player to score a goal at the Nest of champions in Uyo.

Born in Itu, Emem Eduok played for Dolphins and Akwa United, and was the second-top scorer in the 2014 Nigeria Premier League with 20 goals.

In December 2014 he signed a contract with Norwegian club Sarpsborg 08; after changing his mind he signed a second contract with Tunisian club Espérance in January 2015, resulting in a transfer row.

He completed the transfer to Espérance later that month.

He moved initially on loan to Turkish club Kasımpaşa in August 2016. The loan deal became permanent at the end of the 2016–17 season.

In January 2019 he signed for BB Erzurumspor. He left the club at the end of the season.

On 19 July 2019 Eduok signed for Croatian First Football League club HNK Hajduk Split. He signed a 3-year contract and was given the number 11 shirt.

Eduok scored on debut for Hajduk, coming off the bench and netting the 3rd goal in a 3-0 win over NK Varaždin at Stadion Anđelko Herjavec.

Emem Eduok Delighted With Improvement In The NPFL, Calls For More From The LMC

Former Dolphins striker and Super Eagles Intl, Emem Eduok says he is impressed with the state of improvement he has since witnessed in the Nigeria Professional Football League, NPFL.

Emem, who now plies his trade at Hadjuk Split in Croatia stated this while speaking on NSM interview session this Sunday, the former U20 star said the LMC must however see major rooms for improvement.

“I know officiating is an issue in the Nigeria league and it is same all over the world. However, I was impressed with the Dakkada vs Akwa Utd game I saw, it was a good game and I saw improvement in the league”

Emem once scored all goals as Dolphins defeated Nembe City 6-0 in the 2014 season fo the NPFL.

Eduok played for Dolphins and Akwa United, and was the second-top scorer in the 2014 Nigeria Premier League with 20 goals

In December 2014 he signed a contract with Norwegian club Sarpsborg 08; after changing his mind he signed a second contract with Tunisian club Espérance in January 2015, resulting in a transfer row.

He completed the transfer to Espérance later that m

Create your website with WordPress.com
Get started