- Published on Thursday, 12 February 2015 17:54
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Clubs campaigning for the country in continental competitions have been urged by the League Management Company (LMC) to be good ambassadors and flag bearers of the ever-improving Nigeria Professional Football League.
Kano Pillars and Enyimba International are campaigning for the CAF Champions League cup while Dolphins and Warri Wolves are in the CAF Confederation Cup competition. All the clubs are engaged in the first leg of the qualifying rounds this weekend.
A statement from the office of the Chairman of the LMC disclosed that towards supporting the clubs and the two junior national teams that are billed to play in continental tournaments to excel in their respective competitions, the LMC would be remitting the sum of N2m to each of the teams as players’ bonus to facilitate their preparations and encourage the players give their best.
- Published on Friday, 06 February 2015 11:50
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Economics is a great subject.
I love the subject, not because I’m an Economist. I love it because of ceteris paribus!
Yes, ceteris paribus a Latin phrase meaning “with other things the same” or “all other things being equal or held constant”.
So, when in doubt, and in need of a clear and focused mind, “hold other things constant” like you often hear motivational speakers telling you to focus on one thing at a time. They stole it from Economics – a great subject indeed!
Nduka Irabor, chairman of the League Management Company (LMC) held other things like quality of the league and players constant and said that the media is under reporting the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL).
- Published on Thursday, 05 February 2015 16:45
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By Sarians Xobok,
It has become quite trite to say football remains Nigeria’s foremost national pastime and veritable glue on which we have built national consensus cutting across tribe and tongue as our old national anthem once stated.
It is even triter and stating the obvious too that nearly everyone rightly claims the status of “stakeholder” when it comes to football, especially at the level of the national team and its exploits, or lack thereof, in international soccer. We become a nation of 170 million coaches, analysts and pundits on talent, selection, skills and whatever deficiencies afflict the team in bringing whatever Cup home for us to celebrate. That is as is it should be when people are passionate about a game.
- Published on Wednesday, 15 October 2014 10:37
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