AIF Media has just gathered that Agu Awka is right now bribing club owners with the sum of 500,000 naira each to pen their signatories in a prepared letter to be sent to the Senate Committee on Sports.
According to the source, Club Owners are been wooed to join the fight as all other strategies they used to stop Senator Dr Ikemba Ifeanyi Ubah has failed.
With the white paper issued by the Ministry of Sports directing NFF to recognise Ifeanyi Ubah as the duly elected chairman of Anambra FA, Agu Awka is right now trying to drag the Club Owners in the state into the same shame they dragged NFF into.
They brought in NFF to fight Ifeanyi Ubah and failed. They are now moving to drag the senate committee on sports to their drowning battle against the anointed.
They can’t stop the man whose time has come. The slogan is; Fight Ifeanyi Ubah and end up in SHAME. The Club Owners should ask Emeka Okeke why he dumped Agu Awka in this matter and raw away.
Allow Agu Awka to drown alone as they continue to fight a battle that has been won. In the instant case, Agu Awka is daring the Ministry of Sport and wants to use Club Owners to fight the Minister, Hon Sunday Dare.
An outgoing administration which ordinarily should be preparing grounds for a hitch free transition of power is busy creating crisis everywhere – sacking ndi Igwe, imposing caretakers everywhere, fighting stakeholders and sowing seed of crisis in almost every organization.
The Club Owners should be wise. Fight Ifeanyi Ubah and end up in shame is real.
Messi Slammed With £540 Fine For Diego Maradona Shirt Celebration
LIONEL MESSI has been hit with a £540 fine for his tribute to Diego Maradona after the legend’s death.
The Barcelona superstar started his career at Newell’s Old Boys and unveiled their shirt in tribute to his fellow Argentine – who also played there – after scoring in Sunday’s 4-0 win against Osasuna.
The goal had striking similarities to a goal scored by Maradona on his Newell’s debut 27 years ago.
He picked up the ball outside of the box, beat two defenders then fired a shot into the far corner of the net.
The celebration forced referee Mateu Lahoz to book Messi for removing his Barca shirt, in line with the Spanish FA’s rules.
It has now been confirmed that the 33-year-old has now been sanctioned.
The forward, who earns over £60m-a-year, should have to cough up a £540 fine.
And Barcelona have also been hit with a fine of £316 over the incident – although they plan to appeal.
The rule which imposes a fine for celebrations like Messi’s is not exclusive to the Spanish league, it is also applied by FIFA.
On FIFA’s official website, it states: “The IFAB, the body responsible for the Laws of the Game, decided to add a detail to Law 12 relating to ‘Fouls and Misconduct’, stating: “A player who removes his jersey after scoring a goal will be cautioned for unsporting behaviour.”
“Cristiano Has A Bit Of Maradona’s Passion, But Messi Has None” – Jorge Jesus
PASSION KILLER Cristiano Ronaldo has a bit of Maradona’s passion but Messi has NONE, claims Benfica boss as he wades into GOAT debate
BENFICA manager Jorge Jesus reckons Cristiano Ronaldo is more like Diego Maradona because Lionel Messi has no passion.
The Portuguese manager waded into the modern-day GOAT debate by saying Ronaldo played more like the late great Maradona.
Argentine icon Maradona passed away aged 60 last week and tributes poured in from around the world.
Jesus said: “Maradona was the best player ever, along with Pele.
“Pele’s still here, he’s alive. Maradona was greater, not just because he was a genius, but because of how he showed it. That makes the difference for me.
“He was absolutely world-class, but he had a passion for the game, he was born to be a footballer, he was born with everything.
“It was not a product of work, he was born like that. But he still loved having the ball.”
Jesus added: “Today, among the best two in the world, Cristiano Ronaldo has a little of that. Messi has nothing. He doesn’t have any passion.
“Messi is a great player. But we’re talking about life and feelings, having passion for the game and for football.
Chelsea Leapfrog Real Madrid, Juventus In Chase For Alaba
Chelsea have emerged as favourites to sign Bayern Munich centre-back David Alaba.
The veteran Austrian, who has been with Bayern for practically his entire career, has not signed a new contract.
His deal expires in the summer, and he can sign a pre-contract with a European club in January.
According to AS, Chelsea are at the forefront to sign him.
The Spanish source claims the Blues will hold talks with Alaba and his agents in the New Year.
They will try to convince him that his future lies at the Stamford Bridge club.
Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain, along with Manchester City and Liverpool, are also linked with Alaba. (Tribal Football)
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