Victor Moses Retires From The Super Eagles

Nigerian Super Eagles forward Victor Moses announced last week that he has retired from international football. Moses will no longer play for the Super Eagles. Moses had 37 appearances, 13 international goals, 6 assist, and one Africa Cup of Nations winners medal. This includes the 2018 World Cup where Victor scored a penalty kick goal against Argentina in the Group Stage round.

The announcement of Victor retirement may come to a surprise to people especially since is only 27 years old. Moses will continue to play for Chelsea FC in the Premier League.

Here’s Victor full post announcing his decision:

ESPN did a great breakdown on Moses 5 memorable moments as part of the Super Eagles. Click here.

Thank you Victor for representing the green white and green over the years. We will continue to cheer for in the Premier League.

Njoku Hot Start to the NFL Preseason

David Njoku, the second year Tight End on the Cleveland Browns, had a great start to the 2018 NFL Season last night. Njoku had two catches and two touchdowns with 46 receiving yards. Although, it was only the first game of the preseason, it’s always a good sign to have early connection with the two new quarterbacks on the Browns roster. Njoku is poised for a breakthrough year as the starting Tight End and should get plenty of opportunity to showcase his ability regardless of who the Browns choose for the starting quarterback.

Iwobi Signs Extension With Arsenal


22-year-old star Alexander Iwobi announced on Friday that he has signed an extension with his English Premier League club Arsenal FC. Iwobi, the talented young forward, will be playing in his fourth season with the club. After coming off playing for the Super Eagles during the World Cup, we’re excited to see what Iwobi does on the pitch this upcoming season. Check out some plays below from Iwobi’s previous two seasons with Arsenal: