The story of a failed generation 

Good morning Guys and a Happy Easter.  I promised to write a thing or two about Coach Imama this weekend. Someone made it easy for me, so here's the post. Truth remains, we will keep being a disgrace in the Continent until the ones the decision at our clubs change their ways. The insightful piece … Continue reading The story of a failed generation 

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Hammer drop and press releases 

Still reeling from what I saw in Prison Break's newest episode few minutes. However is Michael Scoffield 'bearhuging' a terrorist? Calling him friend and all? And well he had already denied knowing his brother and family. There has to be some mixup and it's a shame that it's going to take a whole week before … Continue reading Hammer drop and press releases 

Specially dedicated to the team that shouldn’t be playing any football

Today surely has to be a test of my self control. I did get on the blog to express how pissed I am at the events of the past 30 or so hours. Well, Katsina United showed good character to bounce back from a goal down to actually win a game against us on Sunday. … Continue reading Specially dedicated to the team that shouldn’t be playing any football

Katsina United 2-1 Enyimba 

Good morning everyone,  You deserve this. So I'll just offer it to you. Its the official match report and It's a pity we can't have two blogposts a day at this time. So I'll just share this post with you and give you my full rant on what transpired in Katsina on the blog tomorrow. … Continue reading Katsina United 2-1 Enyimba 

Concluding Post: How to conquer Africa again

Good morning Guys, I know the fact that the talk on the blog in the recent past hasn't been exclusively Enyimba has a lot of us fans itching for this Continental ticket series to come to an end as soon as possible. Well, good news to you all, today's is the last in the series … Continue reading Concluding Post: How to conquer Africa again

Getting a Continental ticket: is it really worth it? 

Good morning All,  So looking at the Continental flag bearers this season, can we say, the whole fuss with getting a Continental ticket is worth it? I mean, look at the table, with Rivers United and Rangers in the 19th and 20th positions, would things be different with their standings had they not been involved … Continue reading Getting a Continental ticket: is it really worth it? 

The quest to conquer Africa, what are NPFL clubs doing wrongly? Part 1 

I'm looking at my traffic feeds on the blog and I'm just going to try to ignore the fact that you all love Mfon Udoh. He's trended on the blog the past two days and these posts have recorded us the highest visits in the past one month. When I get started with my football … Continue reading The quest to conquer Africa, what are NPFL clubs doing wrongly? Part 1 

The Rebirth: why Mfon Udoh is looking different this season

Good morning Everyone,  There are days such as today when I wish I'm at liberty to blog and share my posts much later and not just early in the mornings. The reason is, sometimes at about this time, there are three hundred and seven things calling for my attention at the same time. And factor … Continue reading The Rebirth: why Mfon Udoh is looking different this season

Mfon stars as Enyimba shrug off poor start in derby win 

For the first time in three years, we beat Rangers International at our 'home'. Sounds almost unbelievable doesn't it? Last season was a 1-1 scoreline in Port Harcourt and in our last title winning season, Musa Najere rescued a point for us in front of the Aba faithful. That game ended 1-1 as well. So … Continue reading Mfon stars as Enyimba shrug off poor start in derby win