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Manchester United are set to make a summer move for Lille striker Victor Osimhen, according to reports in France.
Liverpool, Chelsea, and Tottenham have all been linked with a move for the Nigeria international in recent months due to his goalscoring exploits this season.

Osimhen has bagged 18 goals in all competitions this campaign, including 13 in Ligue 1, and providing four assists to team-mates.
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Back in December, Lille president Gerard Lopez confirmed that “there is already interest for sums of about this … >>> Read Full Story



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Enugu Government on Saturday confirmed two cases of coronavirus in the state.

The confirmation was made public by Dr. Ifeanyi Agujiobi, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health.
A statement he signed disclosed that the two presented themselves for the test which came back positive.

He said the duo voluntarily contacted the Enugu State Ministry of Health on arrival from United Kingdom (UK).
Agujiobi noted that the patients were in isolation and that the Enugu State Multi sectoral Rapid Response Team has commenced contact tracing.
The government thanked them for their sincerity, consideration for others and for obeying the directive that individuals who returned from overseas should … >>> Read Full Story



Sydney Talker

Instagram Comedian and Skit Maker, Egere Sydney popularly known as Sydney Talker or Towel Guy has shared his alleged experience with the NCDC after he showed symptoms of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
Earlier, a video had gone viral of Talker trying to alert the NCDC of his critical condition but the NCDC via it’s Twitter page revealed it was a skit.
According to the NCDC Twitter handler, they reached out to the individual who was said to be very sick, but he has responded saying he is well.
In response to the tweet, the comedian refuted the NCDC’s claim that he is well. He … >>> Read Full Story



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On first viewing, the footage is quite benign. Almost cheerful.
In a video shot in that rich 1970s colour, Chilean players are shown waving to the crowd as their national anthem plays. As the game kicks off, though, and the camera starts to retreat, clumps of supporters are shown among rows of empty seats.
There’s also no opposition.
The Chilean players jog forward into an empty half. They pass the ball gently between themselves before, eventually, one of them lashes a shot into an unguarded net. The referee awards the goal, runs back towards the halfway line and the game ends.… >>> Read Full Story



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1) Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and directionless possession
Winning 17 points from nine matches against ‘Big Six’ opposition, coupled with the relatively poor seasons endured by Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea, has saved Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from greater criticism. His side are on track to collect 59 points for the campaign, their lowest figure for 30 years, and while the owner and chief executive deserve the lion’s share of the blame, Solskjaer’s tactics are partially responsible.

Unless allowed to sit deep and launch counter-attacks in behind a high opposition line, Man Utd look bereft of ideas. Long periods of stale possession and sideways … >>> Read Full Story



Ireland Tate catches coronavirus.

A 21-year-old Instagrammer identified as Ireland Tate from Nashville is down with the novel coronavirus after she shared a video about not social distancing.
In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak over the world, many governments have advised their citizens to curb the spread of the virus by social distancing.
Sharing a video, she said:
“I’m aware that we’re supposed to be self-quarantining and social distancing and all these things to like keep everyone safe,” she grinned in her video. “I get it, cool, great.”

“I just don’t think that I’m gonna get the virus.”
The inevitable happened as days later, … >>> Read Full Story



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By John Egbokan
Edo State Football Association Chairman, Henry Asemota has lauded Governor Godwin Obaseki for introducing the Video Assistant Referee. VAR at the renovated Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium, Benin City.

The Edo State Government, in its bid to host a remarkable 2020 National Sports Festival and provide world-class sporting facilities across the state, installed VAR technology at the new-look Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium, that meets the global standard of football officiating.
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Although the Edo 2020 Festival, which was supposed to have started on March 22 has been postponed due to … >>> Read Full Story