Confederation Cup & John Mikel Obi
John Michael Nchekwube Obinna (born 22 April 1987), commonly known as Mikel John Obi, John Obi Mikel or John Mikel Obi, is a Nigerian footballer, who plays as a midfielder for English club Chelsea and the Nigeria national team./5
Confederation Cup John Mikel Obi Super Eagles Didier Drogba Vincent Enyeama John Skipper Stephen Okechukwu Keshi World Cup Austin Ejide South Africa Juan Mata Champions League Fernando Torres League Cup David Luiz English Premier League Kenneth Omeruo Yaya Toure
Good morning and welcome to another day where we talk Soccer Nigerialy, PURELY NAIJA. We kick off the show from our home front here ABK. The ABK based NNL side, Gateway FC 'll start their 2013/14 season with a short trip to Lagos and take on the State Of Excellency's FA Cup kings, COD Utd Onikan Water Front Stadium. While the CAF Confederation Cup campaigners, Bayelsa Utd coach, Ladan Bosso described the Super 4 tourney in Abuja whick kicks off on 24th of this month as not a-must-win encounter. Still talking Nigerialy, Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi picked John Mikel Obi as Africa's best player of 2013 and says, the award will boost the team. Don't forget, the Chelsea midfield enforcer will battle it out with the Ivorian stars, Yaya Toure and Didier Drogba as the winner would be announced ceremony in Lagos on Thursday, but in a sharp contrast the current Mikel's form, Super Eagles winger, Victor Moses seem to be heading to a turbulent time of his career Anfield, following a growing petition by Liverpo ...
Confederation Cup Final: Apart from Barcelona FC that produced over 70% of the entire Spanish team and Juventus that produced 60% of the entire Italian team, Chelsea FC parades more footballers at the 2013 Confederation Cup more than anyother club in the world. (Nigeria) John Mikel Obi, Kenneth Omeruo; (Spain) Juan Mata, Cezar Aspilicueta, Fernando Torres; (Brazil) Oscar, David Luiz. Add that to the prospective signings, Hulk and Cavani.
MALI 2002, GERMANY 2006 REECHO -Enyeama, Mikel, Ejide Face Hammer -Harrison Jalla Blasts NFF Egg Heads Another angle that emerged in the wake of the infamous Super Eagles players’ strike in Windhoek, Namibia is the possibility of three senior stars in the squad – acting captain, Vincent Enyeama as well as his deputies, John Mikel Obi and Austin Ejide – taking the rap as scapegoats for the bonus row that threatened to derail Nigeria’s outing at the ongoing FIFA Confederation Cup in Brazil. Although the players insisted they acted as one and spoke with a single voice, additional reports indicate that officials at The Glasshouse are already setting the stage for punitive measures, which would see the three players suspended from national duties for a period of time, while head coach, Stephen Okechukwu Keshi will take a heavy fine. Independent observes, though, interpreted the NFF’s reaction to yet another trepidation over the looming threat from ‘the enemy within,’ who apparently will take shee ...
Galatasaray Offer £18m For Mikel -As Chelsea Star Targets Confed Cup Heroics Chelsea OF England star, John Mikel Obi is sure to have his mind on several issues going into the FIFA Confederation Cup in Brazil, as the youngster is being tempted with a massive payday by Galatasaray of Turkey, who have now put £18 million on the table in a four-year-deal for the Super Eagles midfielder. Although Mikel insists his focus for now is on how to lead the Eagles to a heroic outing at Brazil 2013, he will surely have to spare a thought to an updated report that Galatasaray will cough out nothing less than £18 million to land the Nigeria international. The latest development, as reported by The Mirror of UK, is coming hot on the heels of previous information that the Turkey champions had a personal commitment from Mikel to join them this summer and reunite with his former Chelsea pal, Didier Drogba. The Istanbul-based club's sporting director, Bulent Tulun made the revelation after a visit to London, and stated fur ...
Nigeria: Confederation Cup, Our Next Target, Says Mikel Posted: Newslego After Nigeria's victory at the 29th Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa penultimate Sunday, John Mikel Obi has revealed that the Confederations Cup scheduled for next June in Brazil is Super Eagles next target. "The next competition we will feature in now is the Confederations Cup, it will be nice to win that and add to my medals' collection. It will be another history for Nigeria and the continent, but getting ticket to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil is very important too," stressed the Eagles playmaker. Last year, Mikel won the UEFA Champions League with Chelsea to add his bulging trophy cabinet that includes winners' medals in the English Premier League, FA Cup and League Cup. The midfielder, who was one of the outstanding players of the recent Nations Cup in South Africa, told MTNFootball.com Sunday that a first-ever Nations Cup trophy for him has set the Super Eagles on the path to greater glory. "We had it at the back of our mi ...
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