Nigerian Footballer Dies In Auto Crash After Winning Man Of The Match

Nigerian footballer and Kano Pillars defender, Chinedu Udoji, who reportedly won the man of the match following his impressive performance yesterday, reportedly died in an auto-crash after the match. It was gathered that the Nigerian footballer, who was former Enyimba FC captain died in the accident last night while heading back to the Pillars club house, after the NPFL Week 9 match against his former club Enyimba, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

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Popular Footballer Criticized For Doing This To His Nose With Currency Note Worth N31,000 (Video)

In an act that has caused disapproval on social media,Russian football player, Stanislav Manayev was filmed blowing his nose with a 5,000 roubles – the equivalent of N31,000- note. In the video making rounds on social media, depicts Manayev travelling on a plane with teammates. The FC Tonso player asks someone if they have anything for him to clear his nose with, before being handed a bunch of 5,000 rouble notes. “I could give this money to people in great need, but I’m not going to do it because I…

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Nigerian International And Premier League Star, Isaac Success Arrested Over Sex Dispute With 4 Prostitutes

Nigerian international and Premier League star, Isaac Success, was arrested after reportedly demanding back the cash he had paid to four escorts. Success, 21, paid £2,000 for a hotel romp after spending the night at a lap-dancing club in London’s West End last month. Escort Alexis Domerge has claimed the football ace angrily asked for his money back after a 90 minute romp. The star, who earns £30,000 a week, was arrested in the Hertfordshire hotel lobby after police were called following an allegation of assault. Alexis told The Sun…

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How Aspiring Footballer Turned Robber After Losing Out Of Under-17 Team – See Photo

Akwa Ibom State indigene, James Udobong, 29, had always nursed a dream of becoming a footballer for Nigeria’s national team. After training as hard as he could in 2003, he found his way to Abuja, to participate in an Under-17 trial, but wasn’t picked. To survive Udobong resorted to phone robbery. Udobong said after he could no longer make ends meet, one of his friends suggested that he followed him to Transcorp Hilton and other five star hotels in Abuja, where they could target customers who were drunk in order…

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