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Acheru Advises Journalists To Keep Records

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The Media Manager of Go Round Football Club of Omoku in Rivers State, China Acheru has advised professionals, most especially sports journalists to keep accurate records.
He stated that keeping adequate records would make their job easy when writing previews of any given sport.
Acheru popularly known as Ikwerreman who was also the media officer of Dolphins FC of Port Harcourt, now Rivers United gave the advice while fielding questions from sports journalists, shortly after he received award given to him by League Bloggers for his 1000 games witnessed live, at Krisdera Stadium, Omoku.
According to him, he used the one week long activities to visit some selected schools in the state and gave pep talks, mostly the significant of record keeping.
“This is my personal celebration, but the importance celebrating is that I had kept my records since 1989; I had also witnessed many things in my travels in and out of Nigeria.
Majorly, I want to advice my colleagues most especially to keep records in whatever thing they are doing in life”, Acheru said.
The Ikwerrewman further revealed that later this year he would launch his book that contained his experiences in the 1000 games he has witnessed at different venues.
“My intention was to launch the book at the grand finale of the programme, but there was little hitches, I am optimistic that later this year the book will be made public” he stated.
The media manager also used the forum to urge journalists to form the habit of writing books.
“Why I decided to write my experiences into book form, it is because I want the upcoming sports journalists to share my experiences and learn from it, that is legacy”, he added.

 

Tonye Orabere

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Infantino Reveals How Nigeria Can Host FIFA Competitions

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FIFA President, Gianni Infantino last Thursday, in Abuja, revealed how Nigeria can be made a destination for top Grade A football matches and FIFA competitions.
Infantino gave the insight when the Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare took him on a tour of the renovated main bowl of the MoshoodAbiola National Stadium.
The FIFA boss, who was visibly happy with the re-grassed pitch at the stadium, said well-maintained stadia with good pitches were key to hosting grade A matches.
He said FIFA was ready to work more closely with Nigeria to develop the game and host more grade A matches in the country.
“We (FIFA) have to make sure when a country, when a government with the President, the minister and private persons are investing in football, in stadia, we work with them to give something back.
“It’s obvious that stadiums like this (MoshoodAbiola stadium) and others in Nigeria deserve the best quality games.
“They deserve top national team games, top club games and it’s not just about Nigerian football or African football, it’s about global football.
“We are working together to see what kind of new opportunities, competitions we can bring for men and women to fill this stadium and make the heart of the stadium beat for the fantastic spectacle that all of the Nigerian love, which is football,” he said.
Earlier, the minister said the Federal Government will continue to invest in sports development and facilities.
Tidesports source reports that the FIFA President, in the company of the minister, had earlier visited President Muhammadu Buhari at the Statehouse, as part of his engagement.

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Why NFF Must Offset Rohr’s Salaries, Bonuses  – Aikhomogbe

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Former Nigerian goal keeper, Andrew Aikhomogbe has called on the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) to resolve every outstanding salaries and bonuses owed to the Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr before the next World Cup qualifiers against Central Africa Republic (CAR).
Aikhomogbe made this known on the backdrop of the football body’s recent deal with Baba Ijebu.
Although the financial details of the deal was not disclosed, Aikhomogbe in an interview with Newsmen from his base in Cairo, Egypt, stated that the NFF should use this platform to offset Rohr’s salaries and bonuses.
“It’s a big delight to know that the Nigeria Football Federation have signed a deal with Baba Ijebu and this will serve as an opportunity for them to use part of the money to pay Rohr’s salaries and bonuses.
“There is no better time to motivate him than now before Nigeria’s next 2022 World Cup qualifiers against the Central Africa Republic (CAR) on October,” he said.

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Enyimba Players Vow To Support  Finidi

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Enyimba FC Goalkeeper, John Noble has stated that the players of the People’s Elephants will be key to the success of the newly appointed coach of the team, Finidi George.
Finidi, signed a two-year deal with Enyimba and oversaw his first full training session with the team on Thursday after a cameo appearance on Wednesday.
Speaking in a chat with Tidesports source, Noble  gave his assessment of the coach in his first session under the manager and believes the former Super Eagles winger has what it takes to lead the team to the next level.
He added that the Enyimba players will be the ones to hand Finidi George his success at the club.

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