Having struggled to grind out a remarkable result in their last seven NPFL games before the 2-0 victory over Adamawa United on Sunday, the club management decided to confirm the ex-Shooting Stars, Sharks FC, Union Bank, Gombe United player as the team’s new manager on interim basis.
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Resolute MFM FC forced Dakkada FC to a 1-1 draw in one of the Matchday 4 matches of the 2020/21 Nigeria Professional Football League played across various centres on Wednesday.
The host began the fascinating encounter with the first kick of the ball as Ikechukwu Ibenegbu tried a long shot from the center circle, but his effort went inches wide
The Olukoya Boys are guests to the Peoples Elephant in one of the Matchday 13 fixtures in the Nigerian top flight, which will to take place at the UJ Esuene Stadium on Saturday afternoon
Olatunbosun’s stunner against Nigeria Professional Football League reigning champions, Enugu Rangers International FC, in one of the Matchday 10 games played last week Friday at the Agege Stadium, was voted the CNN Goal of the Week
The award-winning 19-year-old forward, who was absolutely impressive for MFM FC in the month of January, scoring four goals from four Nigerian top league games, beat off competition from his teammate, Olatunbosun Sikiru, Kabiru Umar of Plateau United and Olufemi Thomas of Rivers United to win the Player of the Month Award
Coach Fidelis Ilechukwu and his wards, who muscled out a point with Shooting Stars in their last away game in Ibadan, went all out for the maximum three points on Sunday and it was well delivered
Fidelis Ilechukwu made five changes to the side that suffered 4-0 defeat on Matchday 2 at FC Ifeanyiubah, with Agbane Candy dropped to the bench
The Olukoya Boys, who retained 30 players from the full squad of last season, have been able to complete the signings of new 10 players from various top outfits, including those competing in the NPFL
The Olukoya Boys, who returned to camp last week Thursday from the season’s break after their campaign in the 2015/16 Nigerian League, were joined by promising talents from various leagues and non league sides on Tuesday morning at the Prayer City training ground in preparation for the forthcoming Nigeria top league season
The Lagos-based team is placed 15th on the log with 41 points while the Peoples Elephants occupy the 7th position on the NPFL table with 49 points