Posts Tagged ‘Leicester City’

Super Eagle player, Ahmed Musa gets chieftaincy title

Reports reaching us have it that Super Eagles player, Ahmed Musa has bagged a chieftaincy title in Kano State.

The Association of the Northern Nigerian students honoured the Leicester City forward. He was turbaned  as the Jagaban Matasan on Thursday, June 15, 2017 during the commissioning of his Sports and fitness center in Kano state.

It was a very eventful moment as the ocassion was attended by the chairman of Kano state sports commission, Ibrahim Galadima among other dignitaries.

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Trending: I’m Now A Happy Man After My Second Marriage -Ahmed Musa

MusaSuper Eagles and Leicester City winger Ahmed Musa says he has found happiness once again after marrying a second wife.

Musa, 24, divorced his wife of  four years and mother of his two kids, Jamila, before marrying a new wife in Juliet Adeh last month.

Musa told said that he is  once again happy as a married man.

“Marriage is not new to me but I believe it was a right move to make when I did,” Musa told Completesportsnigeria.com.

“The past remains in the past.

“I’m happy now and I think well and I can focus on my game which suffered a bit.”

Musa  struggled in his first season in the Premier League, scoring four goals in 32 appearances Leicester in all competitions.

Read more at http://www.completesportsnigeria.com/musa-im-now-happy-man-second-marriage/#sYVegwCrRRlYvH75.99

Trending: Have you seen Ahmed Musa pre-wedding photos with Juliet ?

Leicester City FC  and Super Eagles football star Ahmed Musa has picked July 1st to marry Juliet , the controversial woman who made the footballer chased former wife out of Musa house in UK.

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Trending Gist: Troubles in Ahmed Musa’s home in U. K.

If the report reaching us is anything to go by, it is very obvious that former assistant captain of Super Eagles and Leicester City football club player, Ahmed Musa is encountering  trouble in his marriage at this moment at his United Kingdom home.
Earlier today, the media in UK and in Nigeria were awash with the report of the arrest and questioning of former assistant captain of Super Eagles and Leicester City football club player, Ahmed Musa.
Musa was invited over by the UK police on suspicion that he beats up his wife at their home this morning.
Findings revealed that apparently, Ahmed who has been married to his wife and mother of two children, Jamila, for years now, took to his IG page yesterday to wish a certain lady a happy birthday and uploaded her photo.
The lady is said to be Juliet Adeh Ujue and according to rumours, he’s planning to marry her as a second wife and being that he’s a muslim, he’s allowed to marry more than one wife.
The birthday message was said to have infuriated his wife, who confronted him and expressed her displeasure. Neighbors called the police during a shouting match between couple.
Police officers arrived and took Ahmed to the station. He was released after some hours.

Twitter reacts as Wilfred Ndidi scores first English Premier League goal

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The Nigerian scored his first English topflight goal versus Stoke City, with fans and pundits all sharing their thoughts on social media

Twitter went into a frenzy after Wilfred Ndidi netted his first English Premier League goal as Leicester City defeated Stoke City 2-0 at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.

Ndidi’s superb strike, came after 25 minutes and Jamie Vardy added a second shortly after the interval with a brilliant volley.

We’ve taken a look at some of the best ones here…

 

Wilfred Ndidi’s goal is an audacious strike from outside the box…
He has been a revelation for Leicester and recently for Nigeria

Wilfred Ndidi’s goal should be shortlisted for the goal of the season.

What a year Wilfred Ndidi is having at Leicester

Manchester United bargained for Leicester’s Wilfred Ndidi but got Pogba instead

Ndidi shines As Leicester Reach UCL Q/Finals

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Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi was in action for 90 minutes on Tuesday night as Leicester City reached the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League at the King Power Stadium after their 2-0 win in the round of 16, second leg match of the competition, advancing 3-2 on aggregate.

Nigeria star Ahmed Musa unlike his compatriot was however not listed to face the Sevilla. Musa played in four of Leicester’s six matches in the group stages and was in action for 58 minutes when the Foxes lost the first leg of the Round of 16 fixtures.

Captain Wes Morgan and Marc Albrighton got Leicester’s goals, while Samir Nasir was sent off for Sevilla.

Leicester were the underdogs but sensed a real opportunity to pull off a major upset on the night following their 2-1 away defeat in Seville, but it was Sevilla who first threatened.

Nasri received a precise pass in the fourth minute and was given time inside the box to send a promising strike towards the bottom right corner. Kasper Schmeichel guessed his intention and denied him with a fine save.

Nasri was booked in the 18th minute by referee Daniele Orsato for a cynical tackle on Ndidi before an altercation with Vardy led to the Frenchman’s dismissal.

Morgan scored in the 27th minute to make it 2-2 on aggregate. A cross from the freekick was whipped deep into the box by Riyad Mahrez and skipper Wes Morgan was available to shoot the ball into the bottom right corner.

Albrighton made it 2-0 in the 54th minute while Kasper Schmeichel saved Steven Nzozi’s penalty in the second half much to the delight of his father and Manchester United legend, Peter, who was in the crowd watching.

Ndidi, who was one of the best players on the night, was yellow-carded in the 84th minute for dangerous play with his elbow.

On the othter hand, at the Juventus stadium in Turin, Maximiliano Allegri led Juventus to reach the quarter-finals with a 1-0 win. The Old Lady had won the first leg 2-0.

Porto had been victorious in just two of four away Champions League games this season but could not conjur the result away to qualify for the next round.

Paulo Dybala converted a 42nd minute penalty after Porto right-back Maxi Pereira controversially handled the ball in the box and was sent off.

Both sides did not score in the second half but created chances which were not converted.

 

Fans Mix reactions over Claudio Ranneiri sack over Leicester City sack

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After Hours ago, English premiership football club, Leicester City announced the sack of it’s first team coach, Claudio Ranneiri. A lot people and football fans aren’t happy with the decision to sack the Italian coach despite winning the league for the club just 9-months ago.

Read lots of Tweets below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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