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Lobi Stars vice chairman, Dominic Iorfa has expressed grief over the death of their striker Seriki Audu as well as former referee Michael Abeda.
The two men passed away in the past week, and Iorfa has described their demise as huge losses for Lobi Stars.
The camp of Lobi Stars was thrown into mourning on Saturday morning when news filtered in that Audu has passed away after an automobile accident.

Nigeria international goalkeeper, Austin Ejide is a man of many parts.
He made his international debut in 2001 and has since racked up 31 caps with the Super Eagles.
A widely travelled man, the 30-year-old has played professionally in Tunisia, France and Israel.
The Hapoel Be’er Sheva man sat down with supersport.com to discuss the rather more unconventional things about himself. Enjoy!

Brendan Rodgers admits Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez would have been the perfect signing for Liverpool.
The Reds were beaten to the Chile international’s signature by Arsenal as Brendan Rodgers attempted to sign Sanchez to replace Barcelona-bound Luis Suarez.
The 25-year-old has scored nine goals in 15 Premier League appearances following his £35m switch to the north London side in July.

Mario Balotelli has been hit with a one-game ban and £25,000 fine for breaking the FA’s social media rules.
The Liverpool striker accepted an FA charge last week and submitted written mitigation for an image he re-posted on Instagram on December 1, which on Thursday was deemed to be abusive or insulting by a three-person independent panel.

•’Needs to improve’

Tottenham’s manager, Mauricio Pochettino, has Togo international Emmanuel Adebayor available for Saturday’s Premier League clash with Burnley as Spurs look to carry the momentum of the midweek thrashing of Newcastle United.
The Togo striker has returned from compassionate leave but is not yet fully fit, so is unlikely to start for Pochettino, who has a fully fit squad in buoyant mood after the 4-0 defeat of the Magpies.

Joseph Yobo’s representative says there is no chance of the former Nigeria skipper turning out in South Africa’s Premier Soccer League.
Chiedozie Nwabueze has moved quickly to end apparent speculation that the former Everton and Fenerbahce defender is on the way to South Africa, saying that PSL clubs would never be able to afford his wages.

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