Toothless Man utd beaten by Brighton As Ten Hag loses first Premier league game

  By Sedara Oluwadara Brighton survived a late onslaught to secure a first win at Old Trafford and condemn Erik ten Hag to a losing start as Manchester United manager.   Pascal Gross' first-half double stunned the home supporters, who were desperate to see their team put a miserable end to last season behind them.

JUST IN: Amusan inspires Nigerian women Relay team to clinch Gold medal in 400×100 metres

By Sedara Oluwadara Nigeria’s female team has clinched gold medal in the 400 ×100 meters relay race at the ongoing Commonwealth games in Birmingham, UK.   The four-man team comprises Tobi Amusan, who had earlier won gold in the 100 meter race, Rosemary Chukwuma, Grace Nwokocha and Favour Ofili.     The quartet set a

Breaking:Tobi Amusan wins commonwealth 100m hurdles Gold medal

Tobi Amusan has won 2022 Commonwealth Gold medal in 100m women's hurdles. She did it in a fascinating manner by setting another record of 12.30sec at the Commonwealth games It will be recalled that Amusan recently won the 100m women's hurdles event in record 12.41sec at the world athletics championship in Oregon. Amusan is the

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Abducted Ondo Monarch, three others regain freedom

Four travellers abducted by gunmen in Ondo State on Thursday have regained freedom. The victims, who include a traditional chief, Mukaila Bello of Ikare Akoko in the Akoko North-East Local Government of the state, Mr Adeniran Adeyemo, Mr Bashiru Adekile and Chief Gbafinro, were kidnapped by the hoodlums along Owo-Ikare expressway on Thursday. The abductors

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Relegated Kano Pillars, Katsina United, Five Others Pick Aiteo Cup Quarterfinal Tickets

By Sedara Oluwadara     Nigeria National League bound Kano Pillars defeated DMD FC 2-0 in the Aiteo Cup Round of 16 to pick the quarter final ticket. Katsina United who were relegated at the end of the just-concluded 2021/22 NPFL season have also advanced to the quarterfinal after beating Sunshine Stars 5-4 on penalties

2002CWG: Ofili Wins 200m Silver, Becomes 3rd Nigerian Woman To Bag Games Feat

By Sedara Oluwadara Favour Ofili has become the third Nigerian woman after Mary Onyali (1994) and Blessing Okagbare (2014) to win a medal in the 200m at the Commonwealth Games. The 19-year-old ran 22.51 seconds Saturday evening at the Alexander stadium in Birmingham to place second behind Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson-Herah (22.02s Games record), the Tokyo

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