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Yoruba Leaders Plans to Hold Rally in Ibadan

Prominent Yoruba leaders drawn from all walks of life are expected to converge on the Lekan Salami Stadium, Ibadan, Oyo State capital, under the auspices of ‘Grand Rally of Yoruba Congress’ to chat a course for the South-west region in Nigeria, on Thursday, September 7, 2017. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

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Sports: ‘Aiteo Cup win good for NPFL tie’

Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) head coach, Fatai Amoo has said his side’s victory in the Aiteo Cup clash against Dynamite FC is a big boost going into the top-flight tie against Nasarawa United. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email


Wikki Tourists’ Mustapha target Shooting Stars’ scalp in Ibadan

The Bauchi Elephants made the trip to the Lekan Salami Stadium on Sunday. The skipper had high hopes with the aims of victory against the Oluyole Warriors  Wikki Tourist captain, Ibrahim Mustapha is confident they will secure a win against shooting stars at the Lekan Salami Stadium on Sunday. The defender says they will pounce on the Oluyole Warriors’ poor run of form to secure a win. “We are here to win, it’s that simple. Shooting Stars with all due respect haven’t been in a good form and we shall leverage on that,” Mustapha said. “There are obvious loop holes we...


3SC poor form could favour ABS, says Henry Makinwa

The Saraki Boys handler feels the poor situation for Fatai Amoo’s side could help his side’s chance of securing the crucial win in Ibadan ABS head coach Henry Makinwa believes his side faces a great prospect of picking the vital three points against struggling shooting stars at the Lekan Salami Stadium. Seeing their hosts languishing at the bottom of the Nigeria topflight log, the gaffer is confident they could be lucky to secure their first win away this season in Ibadan on Sunday. “We are prepared for the game and after 90 minutes we will see what happens,” Makinwa reviewed. “But...

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Warriors 4th quarter meltdown hands H&R third win of the season

Oluyole Warriors succumbed to a magical second half by Hoops & Read’s Bolaji Emilagba who scored 16 of his career high 22points to ensure the Ibadan side lost their 2nd straight game at the Lekan Salami Stadium 66-77. The Warriors led at 35-32 at the half in a fierce encounter, with star man Moses Okpah recording 15 points and 2 assists before the break and Sulaiman Owolabi adding 8 points. Owolabi later finished with 14 points -as the home Ibadan side took the opening quarters 13-11 and 22-21. The third quarter however, saw a huge response from the visiting Lagos...


Enyimba arrive Ibadan after salary row

Enyimba players and officials have finally arrived Ibadan on Thursday night from Aba ahead of their Federation Cup semi-final tie with Nasarawa United after the players got part of their outstanding debts. The People’s Elephant’s players had vowed not to honour the tie billed for the Lekan Salami Stadium, Ibadan because of their unpaid match bonuses but after a frantic search for cash by the chairman, Felix Anyansi Agwu the players have back-pedaled on their threat and have asserted that they are ready for the clash. Read More  FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email