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The inside story of Wilfred Ndidi’s rise

The inside story of Wilfred Ndidi’s rise

OLUWASHINA OKELEJI LEICESTER City manager Brendan Rodgers’ announcement in September that midfielder Wilfred Ndidi would miss about 12 weeks of football action because of a groin injury was received with a collective gasp in the East Midlands. Since joining the Foxes in 2017, Ndidi has been highly influential, both in terms of involvement and impact. So important is his function within the side that when he was forced to miss five Premier League matches in January, the club’s title bid was derailed. He was duly rushed back ahead of his scheduled recuperation, with Rodgers at the time describing him as…
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1st African woman to win Champions League medal

1st African woman to win Champions League medal

AFRICAN MIRROR REPORTER NIGERIAN striker Asisat Oshoala became the first African Woman to lift the UEFA Women’s Champions League (UWCL) trophy as her Barcelona team trounced English Champions Chelsea 4-0. Oshoala has made history by lifting Nigeria atop the mantle of having both male and female UEFA Champions League winners (Nwankwo Kanu, Findi George, and John Obi Mikel).   Source: Twitter Barcelona’s women’s team were dominant throughout the season winning 26 Spanish La Liga games -without losing or sharing the spoils in a single fixture- and conceding a grand total of five league goals. https://twitter.com/oluwashina/status/1394230179703267329 Oshoala firmly cements her name at…
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