Enyimba face uphill battle to reach Confederation Cup final
Enyimba need to overturn a 1-0 home loss against Raja Casablanca on Wednesday to qualify for the final of the 2018 African Confederation Cup.
Onuachu and Fatai best of the weekend
How did Nigeria's foreign-based stars fare around the world this weekend? KweséESPN reviews their performance over the last few days.
Aina backs Terry to be a coaching hit at Villa
The Nigeria right-back believes that the Villains' new assistant coach is destined to be a big success in his latest role.
Nigeria get South Africa in AWCON draw
Ghana were pooled alongside Cameroon in Accra on Sunday ahead of next month's Africa Women Cup of Nations.
Banyana coach Ellis pleased to draw Nigeria
South Africa coach Des Ellis is happy to be meeting Nigeria in the group stage of the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations in Ghana next month.
Ndidi regretting costly yellow card
Nigeria midfielder Wilfred Ndidi is "really disappointed" at the thought of missing next month's 2019 AFCON qualifier against South Africa.
Ighalo tells KweséESPN about death threats
Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo, who scored the winner in Tuesday's Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Libya, opens up about receiving death threats on social media.
Nigeria hero Ighalo nearly quit after death threats
Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo scored five goals in two games this week, but nearly hung up his boots after social media death threats and abuse.
Nigeria 4-0 Libya: What did we learn?
What were the key lessons learned from Nigeria's 4-0 victory over Libya in 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying on Saturday?
Nigeria's Rohr braced for Libya reaction
Nigeria's Gernot Rohr is bracing for a reaction from Libya in the return leg of their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Tuesday.
Amunike backs Tanzania to turn it around
Tanzania head coach Emmanuel Amunike has backed his team to bounce back and take maximum points when they host Cape Verde on Tuesday.
Jonathan Akpoborie slams Brian Idowu
Former Super Eagles international Jonathan Akpoborie hasn't held back in his criticism of first-choice left-back Brian Idowu.
EXCLUSIVE with William Troost-Ekong
Nigeria defender William Troost-Ekong sat down with KweséESPN to discuss his start to life with Udinese and his hopes for the Super Eagles.
Danjuma all but lost to Nigeria after Dutch call
Arnaut Danjuma Groeneveld recently burst to prominence in the UEFA Champions League but is about to be lost to Nigeria in favour of the Netherlands.
Favourites survive scares to qualify for Aiteo Cup final
Favourites Enugu Rangers and Kano Pillars will meet in the Aiteo Cup final after both survived scares from Nasarawa United and Katsina United.
Ebere Eze at the heart of Nigeria's dual citizen debate
Queens Park Rangers' Eberechi Eze, who some consider Nigeria's great attacking midfield hope, is one step away from being lost to the Super Eagles.
'Chaos in Lagos' features Gondarenda vs Salam II
Sting Gondarenda will put his WBF Africa Cruiserweight title on the line when he faces hometown favourite Tony Salam in the 'Chaos in Lagos' event in Nigeria on October 26.
NFL Africa Zone: 'These violent delights have violent ends' edition
Nigeria women set sights on Tokyo after FIBA success
Evelyn Akhator, the standout performer for the Nigeria women's basketball team at the recently-concluded FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup in Spain, has set her sights on another AfroBasket title... and then the Olympics.
Usman Abdallah optimistic of Enyimba progression vs. Raja
Usman Abdallah is optimistic that Enyimba can reach the CAF Confederation Cup final despite being defeated 1-0 at home by Raja Casablanca.
Enyimba 0-1 Raja Casablanca: Key talking points
Enyimba's CAF Confederation Cup progression hangs in the balance after they suffered a 1-0 home defeat by Raja Casablanca on Wednesday.
Hafidi gives Raja advantage over spineless Enyimba
Abdelilah Hafidi's strike secured a 1-0 away victory for Raja Casablanca against Enyimba in their CAF Confederation Cup semi final first leg.
Five times sport brought Nigerians together
As Nigeria celebrate Independence Day on October 1, KweséESPN digs into the archives to find five times the earth stood still for Nigerians as their sporting heroes unified the country.
NFF on course to reach self-funding goal - Pinnick
NFF President Amaju Pinnick says the Nigerian federation is on course to become completely self-funding by the end of his second term in office.
Africa's richest man keen on NFF partnership - Pinnick
Aliko Dangote, Africa's richest man, has expressed an interest in partnering with the NFF to invest in the development of Nigerian football.
Ahmed Musa: The Super Eagle channelling his inner phoenix
When news of Ahmed Musa's move to Saudi Arabia's Al Nassr broke, there were many who believed the move should mark the end of his Nigeria career.
Is Ikouwem Udoh Nigeria's LB solution?
Should Gernot Rohr consider the Enyimba wideman as a solution to the Super Eagles' left-back problem?
Nigeria to move Libya clash to Uyo
Nigeria are expected to move their 2019 Afcon qualifier against Libya from Kaduna after the Ahmadu Bello Stadium failed a pitch inspection.
Bene Benwikere and the quest for redemption
Arizona Cardinals cornerback Bene Benwikere is quite familiar with the idea of redemption, having found a new home in Phoenix after a nightmare end to his Panthers career.
Obada hopes his experience makes journey easier for others
Joshua vs. Wilder? Don't get your hopes up
Unified heavyweight world titlist Anthony Joshua scored an exciting seventh-round KO of Alexander Povetkin and kept alive the prospect of an undisputed championship fight with Deontay Wilder. Just don't count on that fight being next, writes Dan Rafael.
What we learned from Joshua's KO of Povetkin
Here are some thoughts of what we learned from world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua's seventh round win over Alexander Povetkin at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, and what lies ahead.
Anthony Joshua keeps his eyes on date with destiny -- and Deontay Wilder
The heavyweight champion took care of business at Wembley before immediately setting his sights on his next outing there in April, and landing the opponent everyone wants.
Anthony Joshua is further proof of Nigeria's hidden promise
Nigerian-Brit Anthony Joshua, who will defend his unified heavyweight titles for a sixth time on Saturday at Wembley, is the latest in a long if broken line of Nigerian boxing talent to show the world what is possible.
Amaju Pinnick re-elected NFF president
Pinnick saw off the challenge of his predecessor, Aminu Maigari, and former NFF General Secretary and executive committee member Taiwo Ogunjobi.
NFF Elections: The men who lost to Pinnick
KweséESPN details the pros and cons of the candidates who ran against Amadu Pinnick during the pivotal NFF elections on Thursday.
UFC's Usman says 'I don't think so' to another standby role
UFC welterweight fighter Kamaru Usman was the alternate for the Tyron Woodley-Darren Till title bout at UFC 228, but says he is unlikely to take up that second fiddle role again.
Okolie: Joshua would get a Lagos fight before me
Steve Bunce speaks with WBA Continental cruiserweight champion Lawrence Okolie, ahead of his British title fight Matty Askin.
Golden Eaglets vindicate Nigeria's youth football policy
Nigeria U-17's victory over their Ghanaian counterparts secured World Cup qualification, and bodes well for the future.
Salisu Yusuf's punishment is a mere slap on the wrist
Banned Super Eagles assistant coach Salisu Yusuf was always going to face punishment for accepting a bribe, but the light sanction has drawn ire.
Super Eagles assistant banned for bribery
The Nigeria Football Federation's Committee on Ethics and Fair Play have placed a one-year ban on Super Eagles assistant coach Salisu Yusuf.
Africans in the NFL: Will Alvin Kamara dominate again?
Francis Okupa, Special to KweséESPN
Samuel Kalu: Blitzing his way to the Super Eagles
Samuel Kalu may not have made his Nigeria debut yet, but he has the potential to be a major asset for Gernot Rohr's side.
Onyekuru is Nigeria's Champions League torchbearer
Henry Onyekuru is the standout Nigerian who will be expected to feature prominently for his club in the UEFA Champions League.
What's happened to Nigeria's 2008 Olympic silver medalists?
There was genuine expectation that the majority of the 2008 Olympic team would walk into the Super Eagles and dominate it for the next decade.
Who will follow Victor Moses into Nigeria retirement?
Here are five Nigeria players who could possibly call time on their own international careers, for various reasons, in the near future.
Victor Moses' five best Super Eagles outings
KwesèESPN highlights five moments of Victor Moses' brilliant international career which came to a surprisingly early end this week.
Moses announces international retirement
Chelsea winger Victor Moses stunned the Nigerian football community by announcing his international retirement.
African stars on Chelsea's books face uncertain futures
The Blues have built a sprawling squad boasting many African talents, but can any of them expect gametime under Maurizio Sarri?
Africa benefits from European coaches, claims Amunike
Tanzania coach and Nigeria great Emmanuel Amunike believes that African football benefits from the influx of European coaches.
Amokachi backs Amunike to succeed after Tanzania mix-up
The former Nigeria striker was initially reported to have been taking over with Tanzania, rather than his ex-teammate.
Tanzania appoint Nigeria legend Emmanuel Amunike
The Taifa Stars have named the Super Eagles great as Salum Mayanga's successor.
Aminu on returning for Nigeria, and that Super Eagles non-handball
Portland Trailblazers forward Al-Farouq Aminu has stated his intention to play for Nigeria at the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup qualifiers in September.