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Nigeria warned about World Cup pay strike

nigeria warned about world cup pay strike
Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr has warned his players that their performances at next year's World Cup will be affected if there is any repeat of protests over pay and bonuses.

Nigeria going to Russia, Ghana miss out

Alex Iwobi's goal saw Nigeria become the first African team to qualify for next year's World Cup in Russia, while Ghana were eliminated in the qualifiers.

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News video: Egypt makes World Cup for first time In 28 years

Egypt makes World Cup for first time In 28 years 01:05

Egypt have qualified for the football World Cup for the first time since 1990.Mohamed Salah's injury-time penalty gave them a 2-1 win against Congo, making them the second African team after Nigeria to..
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News video: Iwobi secures World Cup place

Iwobi secures World Cup place 00:33

Arsenal's Alex Iwobi came off the bench to score Nigeria's winner against Zambia which secured their place at the World Cup next year.
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Iwobi sends Nigeria to third straight World Cup

Alex Iwobi scored the decisive goal as Nigeria became the first African team to qualify for the 2018 World Cup with a 1-0 win over Zambia. The Arsenal forward netted a 73rd-minute winner to give the..
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Soccer-Nigeria first African side to claim World Cup place


World Cup: Nigeria qualify for 2018 finals after win over Zambia

world cup: nigeria qualify for 2018 finals after win over zambia
Arsenal's Alex Iwobi scores as Nigeria beat Zambia to become the first African nation to seal a place at next year's World Cup.
BBC Sport

Nigeria face epic Zambia test

Nigeria will look to take a decisive step toward qualifying for the 2018 World Cup when they host Zambia in Uyo on Saturday evening.

Nigeria, Tunisia, Egypt eye World Cup places

nigeria, tunisia, egypt eye world cup places
There are five places reserved for Africa at the 2018 World Cup in Russia and Nigeria, Tunisia, and Egypt could fill three of them

Nigeria on the brink of World Cup

nigeria on the brink of world cup
Nigeria host Zambia in their penultimate 2018 World Cup qualifier on Saturday knowing that victory would secure a sixth finals appearance since first qualifying in 1994.

Three from Africa on brink of World Cup qualification

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Nigeria, Egypt and Tunisia could all book their spots at next year's World Cup in the penultimate round of African qualifiers at the weekend but the other two slots will only be..

‘Zambia playing WCQ mind game’

‘zambia playing wcq mind game’
Former Super Eagles assistant coach, Fatai Amoo has dismissed as mere mind game the antics by the Zambians to halt Nigeria’s qualification for the 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia.

Danjuma thinks WCQ win v Tanzania

danjuma thinks wcq win v tanzania
Nigeria’s Falconets head coach, Christopher Danjuma has said his side are in buoyant mood going into the decisive World Cup qualifier against Tanzania.

Nigeria recall Iwobi for Zambia tie

nigeria recall iwobi for zambia tie
Nigeria on Tuesday recalled Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi for next month's crucial 2018 World Cup qualifier against their main rivals Zambia.

Tammy denies switching to Nigeria

tammy denies switching to nigeria
England under-21 striker Tammy Abraham has denied reports he is set to switch international allegiance to Nigeria in a bid to feature in next year's World Cup.

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