As NPFL await a new season Plateau United boost up their squad with newly signed players.
Here are the list of newly signed players in Plateau United football club.
1. Jimmy Ambrose from Wikki Tourist
2. Nwani Ikechukwu Morgan bought from Akwa United
3. Uchegu Emmanuel bought from Ifeanyi Una
4. Chimeze Izuchukwu Victor bought from MFM FC
5. Reuben Bala bought from Enyimba
6. Muh’d Muh’d Umar bought from GBS
7. Muhammad Abubakar from GBS
8. Olakunle Akala from GBS
9. Dennis Victor bought from Kano Pillars
10. Oyaleso Suraj bought from Kano Pillars
11. Babaginda Abubakar bought from Rarara FC
12. Alex Aghahowa from Lobi Stars
13. Samuel Mathias from Lobi Stars
14. Oguacha Eric Epere from ifeanyi Una
15. Haggai Katoh from Nassarawa United
16. Reuben Nicodemus joined from Nassarawa United
17. Oghene Elijah from Katrina United
See all Super Eagles Coach List from 1949 till Date
Here are the list of Super Eagles coach list right from 1949 till date, the list is stated below.
England: Jack Finch (1949)
Nigeria: Daniel Anyiam (1954–1956)
England: Les Courtier (1956–1960)
Israel: Moshe “Jerry” Beit haLevi (1960–1961)
Hungary: George Vardar (1961–1963)
England: Joey Blackwell (1963–1964)
Nigeria: Daniel Anyiam (1964–1965)
Hungary: József Ember (1965–1968)
Spain: Sabino Barinaga (1968–1969)
Nigeria: Peter ‘Eto’ Amaechina (1969–1970)
West Germany: Karl-Heinz Marotzke (1970–1971)
Brazil: Jorge Penna (1972–1973)
West Germany: Karl-Heinz Marotzke (1974)
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Tihomir Jelisavčić (1974–1978)
Brazil: Otto Glória (1979–1982)
West Germany: Gottlieb Göller (1981)
Nigeria: Festus Onigbinde (1983–1984)
Nigeria: Chris Udemezue (1984–1986)
Nigeria: Patrick Ekeji (1985)
Nigeria: Paul Hamilton (1987–1989)
West Germany: Manfred Höner (fr) (1988–1989)
Netherlands: Clemens Westerhof (1989–1994) as Technical Adviser
Nigeria: Shaibu Amodu (1994–1995)
Netherlands: Jo Bonfrere (1995–1996)
Nigeria: Shaibu Amodu (1996–1997)
France: Philippe Troussier (1997)
Nigeria: Monday Sinclair (1997–1998)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Bora Milutinović (1998)
Netherlands: Thijs Libregts (1999)
Netherlands: Jo Bonfrere (1999–2001)
Nigeria: Shaibu Amodu (2001–2002)
Nigeria: Festus Onigbinde (2002)
Nigeria: Christian Chukwu (2002–2005)
Nigeria: Augustine Eguavoen (2005–2007)
Germany: Berti Vogts (2007–2008)
Nigeria: James Peters (2008)
Nigeria: Shaibu Amodu (2008–2010)
Sweden: Lars Lagerbäck (2010)
Nigeria: Augustine Eguavoen (2010)
Nigeria: Samson Siasia (2010–2011)
Nigeria: Stephen Keshi (2011–2014)
Nigeria: Shaibu Amodu (2014)
Nigeria: Stephen Keshi (2014)
Nigeria: Daniel Amokachi (2014–2015)
Nigeria: Stephen Keshi (2015)
Nigeria: Sunday Oliseh (2015-2016)
Germany: Gernot Rohr (2016–present).
Currently the match between Super Eagles of Nigeria and Central African Republic is on going, as it stands the Super Eagles are leading with 1 nil. Leon Balogun scoring at the 29th minute.
And again Victor Osimhen just scored at the 45th minute, making it 2 nil
2021/2022 NPFL Season Kick off Date Revealed
Chairman of the League Management Company (LMC), Mallam Shehu Dikko has revealed the kick-off date for the 2021/2022 season of the NPFL.
The LMC boss declared October 2021 as when the new season will resume and end in May 2022. Dikko disclosed this during the visit of the Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN), Abuja branch, to his office in Abuja.
Dikko noted that it’s only logical to align the league with the calendar of CAF and that the reason the 2020/2021 season rounded off in August is so that the 2021/2022 season could kick off early.
“We have a mandate from CAF to align our league with their calendar, the reason we have to do all that we did in August to finish our league and now we have to start early that is certain 2021/2022 we have to finish by May regardless of what happened. We just have to start the new season early and our clubs are ready for these challenges.
“We have to come to a conclusion and call our clubs to a meeting on when we will finish our season, the CAF competition starts in September whatever we are doing we have to start by September or early October, we have to agree on the date to start we just finished our season on August 8 the players are not machine we have to give them a month rest and now the continental teams are already in camp now.”
Speaking further, the NPFL Supremo said:
“ideally the CAF competition starts on the 10th of September so whatever we are doing we have to start as quickly as we can.
“So when the CAF competition starts officially and our clubs are readjusting to the new CAF schedule and some of them are into preseason now, we have to target end of September or the 1st week in October.
“We must meet our club owners and we need to have a clearer date that’s why you can see that most of the clubs are already back in camp and hopefully once we cross these hurdles we will be back to the normal league scheduled for CAF competition,” Dikko said.
Malomo Deal From Joy Cometh: Shooting Stars Present More Facts
More facts have emerged that Shooting Stars of Ibadan midfield prodigy Malomo Taofeek Ayodeji was signed from Nigerian National League (NNL) side Joy Cometh of Ikorodu.
VIA Football Academy who lay claim to the midfielder had posted online that the player is their product and so they have the economic rights on Malomo.
A team picture dated December 15, 2018, that captured the midfielder and post read, ‘Fact-checking…Pictures don’t lie. VIA FA vs Shooting Stars Sports Club of Ibadan played at Adamasingba Sports Complex on the 15th of December, 2018. Malomo Taofeek Ayodeji on jersey No. 16. Conscience is an open wound that can only be healed by truth. Malomo is a product of VIA Sportsclub and we have the economic rights of the player duly documented.’
The General Manager of the Oluyole Warriors, Rashid Balogun said, “Shooting Stars management will not waste precious time joining issues with any Academy, agent, intermediary or third party.