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Feni turnaround continues
The Daily Star
Sports Reporter. Nigerian striker Chuka Charles of Feni Soccer Club celebrates scoring one of his two goals with a somersault in their Bangladesh Premier League match against Team BJMC yesterday at the Bangabandhu National Stadium. Photo: Firoz ...
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Nigerian Tribune
Prince Tolu Adeleke Fatoyinbo retired as Director of Programmes at the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN); but avid followers of sports, especially football, would remember him more for his radio commentaries in the 80s. .... the coverage of ...
Atlanta lands MLS expansion team for 2017
The Idaho Statesman
It is the ninth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S. and the biggest without a top-level soccer team. The city has a large Hispanic population and last month drew more than 68,000 fans to the Georgia Dome for a friendly between Mexico and Nigeria.
Your Students, Your Schools: Des Moines West
DesMoinesRegister.com
Roosevelt. Senior Murphy Burke performed in the Iowa High School Speech Association all-state festival on the campus of the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls March 31. ... She is a national award winning vocalist and blue-ribbon winning artist ...
Top Contenders for the World Cup Football 2014 Title
Newstrack India
World Cup Football is the most special event in the sporting landscape of the world and however indifferent you try to be it is bound to create a temptation to think of your favorite football teams and heroes. Who will win the Brazil World Cup 2014 or ...
Yahaya Mohammed downplays bad boy tag
spyghana.com
Though the local Black Stars player had vehemently denied signing a contract with a Libyan club, most soccer fans in Kumasi now tag him a bad boy. Reacting to the rumour, the player stated that he was not a bad person as was being speculated. According ...

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