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IRAN manager, Carlos Queiroz has expressed the resolve of his team to make a strong impact at the 2014 World Cup.
The Asia's top-ranked nation in the monthly FIFA rankings will demonstrate that resolve by putting up a good showing when they confront Nigeria in their first match of

Uefa president Michel Platini withdrew his support for Fifa counterpart Sepp Blatter on Thursday, plunging world football into open warfare.
"I am supporting him no longer; it’s finished," said Platini. "He knows it. I told him. I think Fifa needs a new breath of fresh air."

The Flying Eagles Head Coach Manu Garba has assured Nigeria that his boys are ready to fly Nigeria’s flag very high in this weekend’s 2015 African Youth Championship qualifier in Tanzania.

With the way Nigeria’s team is raking in medals at the second edition of the on-going Africa Youth Games in Gaborone, she may end up becoming winner of the tournament.

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has described allegation by Singaporean Wilson Raj Perumal of match fixing in the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa as not only fallacious but a total distinct fiction.

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