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Milan Boss Berlusconi Guilty Sentenced to Jail

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 12:34

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has been found guilty of paying for sex with an underage prostitute and abusing his Prime Ministerial position to cover it up.

A court in the city Monday sentenced the 76-year-old to seven years in prison, as well as a lifetime ban on holding public office.

The Rossoneri chief however, has denied the allegations and will appeal the verdict. Such sentencesin Italy are only enforced once they are definite – a process which could take years.

Berlusconi was not in Milan yesterday to hear the verdict, but was found guilty of paying for sex
with Karima el-Mahroug in 2010, who was 17 at the time. Judges also found that the politician hadpressured the Milanese police into releasing Miss Mahroug, after she had been arrested on suspicionof theft.

Both deny all charges.

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Milan Boss Berlusconi Guilty Sentenced to Jail

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 12:34

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has been found guilty of paying for sex with an underage prostitute and abusing his Prime Ministerial position to cover it up.

A court in the city Monday sentenced the 76-year-old to seven years in prison, as well as a lifetime ban on holding public office.

The Rossoneri chief however, has denied the allegations and will appeal the verdict. Such sentencesin Italy are only enforced once they are definite – a process which could take years.

Berlusconi was not in Milan yesterday to hear the verdict, but was found guilty of paying for sex
with Karima el-Mahroug in 2010, who was 17 at the time. Judges also found that the politician hadpressured the Milanese police into releasing Miss Mahroug, after she had been arrested on suspicionof theft.

Both deny all charges.

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MIKEL RATED BEST EAGLE

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 12:27

Mikel Obi has been rated the best Super Eagles player at the on-going FIFA Confederations Cup inBrazil.

Nigeria crashed out of the tournament at the group stage Sunday night after losing 3-0 to reigning World and European champions,Spain at the Estadio Castelao in Fortaleza but FIFA,through its castrol index picked the Chelsea of England midfielder as the 20th best player after the completion of the group stage games and the best Nigerian player at the tournament.

The Castrol Index uses the latest FIFA tracking technology to capture data on each player, which will then be analysed by a team of Castrol Performance Analysts. Every pass, tackle and move on the field is measured and assessed to see if it has a positive or negative impact on a team's ability to score or concede a goal. The team of Castrol Performance Analysts crunch all the data to award each player a Castrol Index score out of 10 - the stronger the player's performance, the higher their score.

Mikel was awarded 8.45,the highest by any Super Eagles players at the tournament.He is also the only Nigerian player who made the top 20 list.

He was followed by defender,Godfrey Oboabona who was listed the 21st best with vastly improved defender, Uwua Echiejile is rated the third best Nigerian player and 31st best in the competition after the conclusion of the group sage matches.

Defender,Lucky Omeruo (34) and striker,Nnmadi Oduamadu (36) who hit a hat-trick in the 601 rout of Tahiti completed the list of Eagles players in the top 50. Meanwhile Mikel has said Nigeria exited the tournament because the strikers were wasteful in front of goal.

Speaking after the team’s 3-0 loss to Spain in its last group game, Mikel stated that the chances
created by the team were too numerous but were simply not converted.

“We came out to defeat the Spain and I think we even had a better possession against the world
champions, but we simply did not take our chances and they took theirs, so we paid dearly for our mistakes and are now out of the competition," lashed out a disappointed Mikel.

Mikel also described Spain as a fantastic side but had it been Nigeria strikers were potent enough, it would have been a different result.

The former Lyn of Oslo,Norway star, who played the last two games with a slight fever, promised
Nigeria will be back in Brazil next year from where the world will see the best of the reigning
African champions.

The Nigeria midfield general has also picked Roger Federer as his idol.

'He's someone I've looked up to since I first started watching the sport. What a great professional
he is. He's still breaking record after record and even when people seem to doubt him, he keeps
winning trophies.

'He's still up there as one of the best and he's the greatest player to ever play tennis. He's my
idol and I look up to him I just love watching him play. I've never had the chance to meet him but
I'm trying to do that when he is in London this year, either at Wimbledon or the ATP Finals at the
O2.'

Federer is currently number three in the ATP world rankings and has won 17 grand slam titles over thecourse of a glittering career. In the eyes of many, he is regarded as the best tennis player of all time.

The Swiss star won Wimbledon last year, when he defeated Andy Murray in the final, and he will be trying for an eighth victory in the tournament beginning today in the capital.

Federer has appeared in 24 grand slam finals, more than any other player in history, and he is the only man to reach the semi-final stage of 23 consecutive grand slam tournaments.


 

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MIKEL RATED BEST EAGLE

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 12:27

Mikel Obi has been rated the best Super Eagles player at the on-going FIFA Confederations Cup inBrazil.

Nigeria crashed out of the tournament at the group stage Sunday night after losing 3-0 to reigning World and European champions,Spain at the Estadio Castelao in Fortaleza but FIFA,through its castrol index picked the Chelsea of England midfielder as the 20th best player after the completion of the group stage games and the best Nigerian player at the tournament.

The Castrol Index uses the latest FIFA tracking technology to capture data on each player, which will then be analysed by a team of Castrol Performance Analysts. Every pass, tackle and move on the field is measured and assessed to see if it has a positive or negative impact on a team's ability to score or concede a goal. The team of Castrol Performance Analysts crunch all the data to award each player a Castrol Index score out of 10 - the stronger the player's performance, the higher their score.

Mikel was awarded 8.45,the highest by any Super Eagles players at the tournament.He is also the only Nigerian player who made the top 20 list.

He was followed by defender,Godfrey Oboabona who was listed the 21st best with vastly improved defender, Uwua Echiejile is rated the third best Nigerian player and 31st best in the competition after the conclusion of the group sage matches.

Defender,Lucky Omeruo (34) and striker,Nnmadi Oduamadu (36) who hit a hat-trick in the 601 rout of Tahiti completed the list of Eagles players in the top 50. Meanwhile Mikel has said Nigeria exited the tournament because the strikers were wasteful in front of goal.

Speaking after the team’s 3-0 loss to Spain in its last group game, Mikel stated that the chances
created by the team were too numerous but were simply not converted.

“We came out to defeat the Spain and I think we even had a better possession against the world
champions, but we simply did not take our chances and they took theirs, so we paid dearly for our mistakes and are now out of the competition," lashed out a disappointed Mikel.

Mikel also described Spain as a fantastic side but had it been Nigeria strikers were potent enough, it would have been a different result.

The former Lyn of Oslo,Norway star, who played the last two games with a slight fever, promised
Nigeria will be back in Brazil next year from where the world will see the best of the reigning
African champions.

The Nigeria midfield general has also picked Roger Federer as his idol.

'He's someone I've looked up to since I first started watching the sport. What a great professional
he is. He's still breaking record after record and even when people seem to doubt him, he keeps
winning trophies.

'He's still up there as one of the best and he's the greatest player to ever play tennis. He's my
idol and I look up to him I just love watching him play. I've never had the chance to meet him but
I'm trying to do that when he is in London this year, either at Wimbledon or the ATP Finals at the
O2.'

Federer is currently number three in the ATP world rankings and has won 17 grand slam titles over thecourse of a glittering career. In the eyes of many, he is regarded as the best tennis player of all time.

The Swiss star won Wimbledon last year, when he defeated Andy Murray in the final, and he will be trying for an eighth victory in the tournament beginning today in the capital.

Federer has appeared in 24 grand slam finals, more than any other player in history, and he is the only man to reach the semi-final stage of 23 consecutive grand slam tournaments.


 

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HOULLIER SALUTES NIGERIA

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 12:19

Former France manager Gerard Houllier was full of praise for the Nigerian team despite their 3-0 loss to Spain, but bemoaned their lack of a cutting edge.

The Super Eagles matched Spain for long periods, and tested Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes on numerous occasions, but their inability to find the net condemned them to a second defeat and ended their Fifa Confederations Cup campaign.

Houllier was however quick to pick out the positives: "I'm very impressed with this Nigeria team," he told KickOffNigeria.com.

"They play good football, and they are very young team.
"But they need to score goals. If they can do that, it will be a great team," the former Liverpool manager said as he headed off to his Fifa duties.

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HOULLIER SALUTES NIGERIA

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 12:19

Former France manager Gerard Houllier was full of praise for the Nigerian team despite their 3-0 loss to Spain, but bemoaned their lack of a cutting edge.

The Super Eagles matched Spain for long periods, and tested Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes on numerous occasions, but their inability to find the net condemned them to a second defeat and ended their Fifa Confederations Cup campaign.

Houllier was however quick to pick out the positives: "I'm very impressed with this Nigeria team," he told KickOffNigeria.com.

"They play good football, and they are very young team.
"But they need to score goals. If they can do that, it will be a great team," the former Liverpool manager said as he headed off to his Fifa duties.

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KESHI PROMISES: EAGLES WILL BE BETTER IN 2014!

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 12:14

Super Eagles head coach,Stephen Keshi has promised to build a stronger Eagles team that will return to Brazil next year for the FIFA World Cup.

The Eagles crashed out at the group stage of the on-going FIFA Confederations Cup following defeats to Uruguay and Spain but te team's gaffer says he has taken the positives from the two games which he hopes to use to build a better team ahead of the FIFA mundial.

"It's a learning process for us, we just have to continue what we started tonight (Sunday night against Spain) and build. This is a team that hardly ever goes down 2-0 and when put in that position, they lost the composure, the shape of the team. It was a major problem. In the first half we were very composed, but when we conceded the second goal in the second half, we became unprofessional. We need more experience.

"The teams and the coaches that I spoke with have been very educational for us. We're going back with some sort of education from this tournament," he added.

Meanwhile Keshi has admitted that Spain were the better side in their 3-0 loss to Spain last Sunday. He however told the players must look at their experience in Brazil as a vital learning curve for the future.

"We lost the match because we played against a better side, a team that has been good for a very long time," he told media.

"If you look at the game - three goals was not fair. But, this is football and it happens.

"When you look at the other teams, they have their complete team, their first team. In the last few matches we lost four or five key players and today we lost another key player at centre-half [Kenneth Omeruo], it was damaging. It’s football, we have to live with it."

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KESHI PROMISES: EAGLES WILL BE BETTER IN 2014!

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 12:14

Super Eagles head coach,Stephen Keshi has promised to build a stronger Eagles team that will return to Brazil next year for the FIFA World Cup.

The Eagles crashed out at the group stage of the on-going FIFA Confederations Cup following defeats to Uruguay and Spain but te team's gaffer says he has taken the positives from the two games which he hopes to use to build a better team ahead of the FIFA mundial.

"It's a learning process for us, we just have to continue what we started tonight (Sunday night against Spain) and build. This is a team that hardly ever goes down 2-0 and when put in that position, they lost the composure, the shape of the team. It was a major problem. In the first half we were very composed, but when we conceded the second goal in the second half, we became unprofessional. We need more experience.

"The teams and the coaches that I spoke with have been very educational for us. We're going back with some sort of education from this tournament," he added.

Meanwhile Keshi has admitted that Spain were the better side in their 3-0 loss to Spain last Sunday. He however told the players must look at their experience in Brazil as a vital learning curve for the future.

"We lost the match because we played against a better side, a team that has been good for a very long time," he told media.

"If you look at the game - three goals was not fair. But, this is football and it happens.

"When you look at the other teams, they have their complete team, their first team. In the last few matches we lost four or five key players and today we lost another key player at centre-half [Kenneth Omeruo], it was damaging. It’s football, we have to live with it."

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Chukwu, Hamilton Blame Eagles Strikers

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 12:03

Top football coaches, Christian Chukwu and Paul Hamilton have attributed the elimination of the senior national football team, the Super Eagles, from the ongoing FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil, to the inexperience of the team’s attacking formation.

They noted that the team could have performed better if they had a good striking force to convert the many chances that came their way.

The Eagles were stopped with a 3-0 defeat by reigning world champions, Spain, resulting in their elimination from the competition.

Former Super Eagles Coach Christian Chukwu told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on telephone that the loss was essentially based on inexperience, because they were not able to utilise the many chances they created.

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Chukwu, Hamilton Blame Eagles Strikers

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 12:03

Top football coaches, Christian Chukwu and Paul Hamilton have attributed the elimination of the senior national football team, the Super Eagles, from the ongoing FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil, to the inexperience of the team’s attacking formation.

They noted that the team could have performed better if they had a good striking force to convert the many chances that came their way.

The Eagles were stopped with a 3-0 defeat by reigning world champions, Spain, resulting in their elimination from the competition.

Former Super Eagles Coach Christian Chukwu told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on telephone that the loss was essentially based on inexperience, because they were not able to utilise the many chances they created.

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Quadri Targets African Singles Table Tennis Title

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 11:56

Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri has won virtually all the laurels at stake in Portugal, but the only laurel that the young Nigerian believes remains his priority is the Portuguese table tennis Super Cup, which he hopes to claim in September.

Also, the GD Toledos star is aiming to reclaim the African Singles Cup title, which he surrendered to Egypt’s Ahmed Saleh in 2010 when this year’s edition holds in Congo Brazzaville.

“I am yet to win all the titles in Portugal as Portuguese Super Cup is yet to be attained and I am hoping to win it in September when we confront CP Oliveirinha.

After winning the Portuguese league title, it is not to relax as I had begun preparation for the African Singles Cup holding next month.”

“The Singles Cup serves as qualifiers for the Men’s World Cup. After winning it in 2009, I am hoping to win it again this year as I have always been settling for the third place in all the tournaments since 2009,” he said.

The Oyo State-born athlete added: “I am seriously hungry for titles because I have not made serious impact in Africa and I pray to succeed this time and shock all the Egyptians like I did in 2009. I know it's a difficult task but it is possible to achieve it with prayer and hard work.”

While admitting that his performance is yet to yield him more recognition in the continent, he reflected:

“It is true that I am yet to make serious impact in Africa since I joined the national team in 2007, but I have always been giving in my 100 percent best and I pray to have my second African title in Congo Brazzaville early next month. I have been preparing hard for it, and I am not preparing for the Egyptians alone but for all North African players and the rest of Africa,” he said.

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Quadri Targets African Singles Table Tennis Title

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 11:56

Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri has won virtually all the laurels at stake in Portugal, but the only laurel that the young Nigerian believes remains his priority is the Portuguese table tennis Super Cup, which he hopes to claim in September.

Also, the GD Toledos star is aiming to reclaim the African Singles Cup title, which he surrendered to Egypt’s Ahmed Saleh in 2010 when this year’s edition holds in Congo Brazzaville.

“I am yet to win all the titles in Portugal as Portuguese Super Cup is yet to be attained and I am hoping to win it in September when we confront CP Oliveirinha.

After winning the Portuguese league title, it is not to relax as I had begun preparation for the African Singles Cup holding next month.”

“The Singles Cup serves as qualifiers for the Men’s World Cup. After winning it in 2009, I am hoping to win it again this year as I have always been settling for the third place in all the tournaments since 2009,” he said.

The Oyo State-born athlete added: “I am seriously hungry for titles because I have not made serious impact in Africa and I pray to succeed this time and shock all the Egyptians like I did in 2009. I know it's a difficult task but it is possible to achieve it with prayer and hard work.”

While admitting that his performance is yet to yield him more recognition in the continent, he reflected:

“It is true that I am yet to make serious impact in Africa since I joined the national team in 2007, but I have always been giving in my 100 percent best and I pray to have my second African title in Congo Brazzaville early next month. I have been preparing hard for it, and I am not preparing for the Egyptians alone but for all North African players and the rest of Africa,” he said.

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NFF Chieftains Owed Nine Months Salaries

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 11:48

The management staff of the Nigeria Football Federation, including the General Secretary has not been paid salaries for almost nine months, Complete Sports investigation has revealed.

They were last paid their monthly salaries in August 2012, according to Complete Sports investigation.

It was gathered that trouble started when the management staff who are on contract applied for regularization of their appointments with the federal government but the IIPRS kicked against the move and queried how they became directors without records at establishment and ordered that they should go back to status quo.

Those owed nine months are Secretary General, Musa Amadu, the Director Technical Emma Ikpeme, the Director of Competition Sanusi Mohamed and the Director of Marketing Idris Adama.

Asked to confirm if he had not been paid for nine months like other senior staff, the Secretary
General Musa Amadu flared up saying: "Whoever told you should give you the details.”

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NFF Chieftains Owed Nine Months Salaries

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 11:48

The management staff of the Nigeria Football Federation, including the General Secretary has not been paid salaries for almost nine months, Complete Sports investigation has revealed.

They were last paid their monthly salaries in August 2012, according to Complete Sports investigation.

It was gathered that trouble started when the management staff who are on contract applied for regularization of their appointments with the federal government but the IIPRS kicked against the move and queried how they became directors without records at establishment and ordered that they should go back to status quo.

Those owed nine months are Secretary General, Musa Amadu, the Director Technical Emma Ikpeme, the Director of Competition Sanusi Mohamed and the Director of Marketing Idris Adama.

Asked to confirm if he had not been paid for nine months like other senior staff, the Secretary
General Musa Amadu flared up saying: "Whoever told you should give you the details.”

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Yobo: I Love Turkey Life

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 10:45

Joseph Yobo has denied transfer speculation linking him with a move to Cardiff City and underlined that he has no intentions of leaving Fenerbahçe.

"I still have two-years left on my contract," Yobo said.

"My son goes to school in Istanbul and my family is happily settled in the city. I have no intentions
of leaving."

"I am undergoing stem-cell therapy in the US and will be ready to take part in pre-season training."

The 32-year-old defender joined Fenerbahçe for from Everton for €2.5 million last season and made 34appearances this season.

Fenerbahçe are facing pressure as competition for foreign spaces increase.

The Turkish Football Federation only permits six foreign players on the field at any one time.
Fenerbahçe now have 11 non-Turkish players and the Turkish Football Federation have just introduced a ruling which only permits six foreign players to be included in team selection for the 2013-14
season.
 

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Yobo: I Love Turkey Life

Tue, 25/06/2013 - 10:45

Joseph Yobo has denied transfer speculation linking him with a move to Cardiff City and underlined that he has no intentions of leaving Fenerbahçe.

"I still have two-years left on my contract," Yobo said.

"My son goes to school in Istanbul and my family is happily settled in the city. I have no intentions
of leaving."

"I am undergoing stem-cell therapy in the US and will be ready to take part in pre-season training."

The 32-year-old defender joined Fenerbahçe for from Everton for €2.5 million last season and made 34appearances this season.

Fenerbahçe are facing pressure as competition for foreign spaces increase.

The Turkish Football Federation only permits six foreign players on the field at any one time.
Fenerbahçe now have 11 non-Turkish players and the Turkish Football Federation have just introduced a ruling which only permits six foreign players to be included in team selection for the 2013-14
season.
 

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Flying Eagles Maul Cuba 3 - 0

Mon, 24/06/2013 - 23:02

Nigeria got their FIFA U-20 World Cup back on track as they recovered from their opening defeat to Portugal to cruise past Cuba 3-0 in Kayseri.

A first-half double from Animu Umar, followed by captain Abdul Ajagun getting his third of the tournament, allowing the west African side to reassert their knock-out stage aspirations, in what was the pairs first meeting at any level of international football.

Nigeria were unable to break down the Cuban's early on, with Chidi Osuchukwu's speculative free-kick the closest they came. Nigeria's man of the moment Ajagun almost opened the scoring with a superb lob, from the right of the penalty area while running at full pace, but Sandy Sanchez was relieved to see it land on the roof of the net.

Seconds later they were ahead. Ajagun fed Olarenwaju Kayode down the left wing, who got clear of the defence, before squaring to Umar to score what is likely to be one of the simplest goals of his career.

Umar had another four minutes later, which had a touch more flair to it. Osuchukwu's deep corner eventually found Abdullahi Shehu, who drilled a cross that Umar flicked between his legs and into the bottom corner. Olaitan Michael almost made it three with a superb right-footed effort that cannoned off the outside of the post.

Nigeria were in full control, and that continued into the second period, Kayode breaking beyond the back line and firing wide across goal. He charged forward in similar style moments later, but in choosing to square to Ajagun, Abel Martinez was able to clear.

Ajagun did get his goal though, with 67 minutes on the clock. Kingsley Madu's cross deceived Sanchez and Ajagun stooped to head home, seeing him become the top-scorer so far. Ajagun missed the chance to double his tally for the day late on, missing from the penalty spot after Martinez upended Kayode in the area.

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Flying Eagles Maul Cuba 3 - 0

Mon, 24/06/2013 - 23:02

Nigeria got their FIFA U-20 World Cup back on track as they recovered from their opening defeat to Portugal to cruise past Cuba 3-0 in Kayseri.

A first-half double from Animu Umar, followed by captain Abdul Ajagun getting his third of the tournament, allowing the west African side to reassert their knock-out stage aspirations, in what was the pairs first meeting at any level of international football.

Nigeria were unable to break down the Cuban's early on, with Chidi Osuchukwu's speculative free-kick the closest they came. Nigeria's man of the moment Ajagun almost opened the scoring with a superb lob, from the right of the penalty area while running at full pace, but Sandy Sanchez was relieved to see it land on the roof of the net.

Seconds later they were ahead. Ajagun fed Olarenwaju Kayode down the left wing, who got clear of the defence, before squaring to Umar to score what is likely to be one of the simplest goals of his career.

Umar had another four minutes later, which had a touch more flair to it. Osuchukwu's deep corner eventually found Abdullahi Shehu, who drilled a cross that Umar flicked between his legs and into the bottom corner. Olaitan Michael almost made it three with a superb right-footed effort that cannoned off the outside of the post.

Nigeria were in full control, and that continued into the second period, Kayode breaking beyond the back line and firing wide across goal. He charged forward in similar style moments later, but in choosing to square to Ajagun, Abel Martinez was able to clear.

Ajagun did get his goal though, with 67 minutes on the clock. Kingsley Madu's cross deceived Sanchez and Ajagun stooped to head home, seeing him become the top-scorer so far. Ajagun missed the chance to double his tally for the day late on, missing from the penalty spot after Martinez upended Kayode in the area.

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Odemwingie: Well Done Super Eagles

Mon, 24/06/2013 - 22:59

By Johnny Edward:


Estranged striker Osaze Odemwingie has praised the gallant efforts of the Super Eagles despite their 3-0 loss to world and European champions Spain.

The AFCON champions who were punished for failing to convert their chances will head home hoping to return to Brazil next year having learned some valuable lessons, but the unsettled West Brom attacker believes the Eagles did well considering the miles they journeyed from Texas to Kenya and Namibia before the competition.

"Well done to the boys," he began.

"After a long season,game in Texas, then away in Kenya and Namibia within ten days and back to America, it's not easy,"Odemwingie tweeted on his official twitter handle @OdemwingieP.

La Furia Roja's win secured their place at the top of Group B to set up a mouthwatering semi-final against Italy in the FIFA Confederations Cup Sunday.

The Eagles bowed out of the competition, finishing third in the group behind Uruguay, who crushed Tahiti 8-0.

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Odemwingie: Well Done Super Eagles

Mon, 24/06/2013 - 22:59

By Johnny Edward:


Estranged striker Osaze Odemwingie has praised the gallant efforts of the Super Eagles despite their 3-0 loss to world and European champions Spain.

The AFCON champions who were punished for failing to convert their chances will head home hoping to return to Brazil next year having learned some valuable lessons, but the unsettled West Brom attacker believes the Eagles did well considering the miles they journeyed from Texas to Kenya and Namibia before the competition.

"Well done to the boys," he began.

"After a long season,game in Texas, then away in Kenya and Namibia within ten days and back to America, it's not easy,"Odemwingie tweeted on his official twitter handle @OdemwingieP.

La Furia Roja's win secured their place at the top of Group B to set up a mouthwatering semi-final against Italy in the FIFA Confederations Cup Sunday.

The Eagles bowed out of the competition, finishing third in the group behind Uruguay, who crushed Tahiti 8-0.

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