Former Green Eagles midfield maestro, Henry Nwosu has been named Head of Veterans in the new executive of the All Nigeria Players Union (ANPU). This much was confirmed in a release made available to newstap.com.ng by the body’s Board of Trustees chairman, Chikelue Iloenyosi. Iloenyosi further disclosed that former Golden Eaglets coach, Manu Garba would serve in the technical department of ANPU’s expanded Exco. ANPU also named an eightman economic team which has Larry Kubanje, Monday Kanu, Segun Oguns and Olisa Onuchukwu as members. Below is the full list as made available to the media. List Of Appointed Executive Members Patrick Pascal (MON) – Chief Operating Officer Economic Team 1. Larry Kubanje 2. Monday Kanu 3. Segun Agbayowa 4. Segun Oguns 5. Olisa Onuchukwu 6. Nevel Okere 7..Casmir Mbachu 8. Mrs. Lilian Bakkihs Security Department Prince Udofia – Chief Security Officer 1 Nkoku Ikechukwu Nputu – Chief Security Officer 2 Competition Department 1. Chief Kenneth Nwaomucha 2. Mobi Oparaku (MON) 3. Mathias Uduma Enebeli 4. Kamar Olachene Abubakar Legal Team 1.Bar. Nweke Samuel Uko 2. Bar. Bello Aideloje 3. Bar. Yomi Obafemi 4. Bar. Dr. Victoria Nlemigbo Esq 5. Bar. Audu Muhammed Lawal 6. Bar. Adaeze Agagbo Internal Auditor 3 Alagbe Akeem Olarewaju Technical Department 1. Coach Manu Garba 2. Mohammed Tukuru Head of Veterans Henry Nwosu (MON) Head of Intermediary/Payers Licence Ibrahim Dada The new union has scheduled to hold the inauguration of its appointed Executive members in Lagos this week.
Falcon Women beats Arsenal, Chelsea, Man U teams 5-1 in harvest novelty match
The Catholic women group, Falcon Women on Saturday, October 9, 2021 beat the Arsenal, Chelsea and Man U combined teams 5-1 in a novelty match. Lady Idowu Nwosu, LSM, Coach of the Falcon Women team said the novelty match is part of the activities designed to celebrate Harvest of Gratitude of The Catholic Church of the Annunciation, Abraham Adesanya Estate, Ajah, Lagos. According to her, football being a global game attracts huge number of people, “we feel a novelty match symbolises togetherness and excitement that can be associated with Harvest of parishioners expressing gratitude to God for all His mercies and blessings; and we are calling on all Nigerians to join parishioners of The Catholic Church of the Annunciation, Abraham Adesanya Estate, Ajah, to show gratitude to God.” The Coaches for the Arsenal, Chelsea and Man U teams were Pedro Momodu, Onyeka lkechukwu and Obinna Mbaneme. The Falcon Women Team won in all categories and a giant golden trophy was given to the jubilating women whose victorious dance transformed into a carnival. The Co-ordinator of the tournament was Chief David Egbe, KSM.