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Super Eagles are Nations Cup champs!

Posted: 10 February 2013 Time: 10:25 pm

Sunday Mba scored on Sunday night to hand Nigeria a 1-0 win over Burkina Faso in the Africa Cup of Nations Final.

For a gallery of last night's action CLICK HERE!

It is 19 years since Nigeria took the title – and Stephen Keshi becomes only the second man to win the trophy as player and coach (the other being the late Egypt legend Mahmoud El Gohary).

Burkina Faso played a hard-fought game, but were ultimately outclassed by the Super Eagles, who sealed the win with a Nigeria-based youngster in Mba, supporting Keshi’s philosophy of getting rid of the ‘egos’ in the national team set-up.

The match started as a scrappy affair, although Nigeria settled soonest.

Brown Ideye was the first to have a go when he shot over an empty goal, after Burkina Faso goalkeeper Daouda Diakite could not hold onto an easy catch after a corner.

Aristide Bance, who made an impression in the semi-final, had a couple of chances soon after, sending a long-range effort over the bar, and then hitting a free-kick from 20 metres just wide.

Nigeria broke the deadlock on 40 minutes, and credit must go to the Super Eagles for persisting in the box. The referee waved play on after a foul outside the area, and Victor Moses could have got a penalty but stayed on his feet to send the ball to Ikechukwu Uche in the box. The ball then broke to Mba, who flicked it up over a defender and, before it hit the ground, sent a fizzing volley into the net.

The Stallions almost came straight back into it, when Jonathan Pitroipa went down in the area after a challenge from Kenneth Omeruo. The referee did not consider it a penalty, and rightly so. Shortly after that Bance hit yet another long-range shot over the bar.

Just before half-time Mba, high on confidence after his goal, shot well over with a long-range effort from outside the box.

Just after the restart Nigeria could have doubled their advantage when Moses lost his marker and played the ball to Ideye, but his shot from a tight angle was just tipped wide by Diakite at the far post.

A few minutes later Moses found himself in a one-on-one situation approaching the keeper, but took too long to have a shot, allowing the defence to catch up with him, and the opportunity was lost.

On the half-hour mark Nigeria went on a speedy counter-attack, culminating in Moses finding substitute Ahmed Musa in the box, but the striker fell over with a goal in his sights.

Burkina Faso then went on a counter attack of their own, with Prejuce Nakoulma playing in substitute Wilfried Sanou, who hit a great shot towards the far post, but Vincent Enyeama made a fantastic finger-tip save to keep Nigeria in the lead.

Nigeria then had two chances in close succession: Moses was denied by Diakite from close range, before Ideye failed to get on the end of a ball across goal.

But Nigeria held onto their lead nonetheless, and went on to lift the trophy for their third Nations Cup victory.


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Previous comments on this story...

posted: 10:26 pm
Thank God that I am a Nigerian.

"Knowledge is like onyx. One digs deep to have it."
posted: 10:28 pm
Sweet Victory by a a great nation. The true giant of Africa. I am done . Let the celebrations begin.

"Knowledge is like onyx. One digs deep to have it."
posted: 10:28 pm
In Keshi We Trust! Yoh've proved so many wrong. I hope u get the respect u deserve. KESHI = LEGEND
twentyone guns
posted: 10:28 pm
Congratulations keshi,who jah bless noo one curse...

Game one four seven where una dey
posted: 10:31 pm

Congrats Super Eagles, Congrats Keshi, big ups Nigeria!!!!!!
posted: 10:32 pm
posted: 10:36 pm
I gives all glory to almighty God,the i am that i am,now my people,majority of South African are great people,let us ignore the useless one among them that are talking trash on here.I see so many Bafana bafana waving NigeriA flags.
posted: 10:36 pm
we are going to brazil! we are going to rio! Bring on the confederations cup! we are the champions!;)
posted: 10:38 pm
Drugs for free at Hillbrow!!
Paddy Moore
posted: 10:39 pm
Oshe - e Oshe Oo Oshe Oshe Baa baa. What a feat! God as usual smiled on us again. We bless and give him all the glory. Long live Africa! Long live Nigeria! Long live Super Eagles!
posted: 10:40 pm
I was not a Keshi Supporter but he should be given every chance to build his team to prepare for the world cup.
After the confederation cup in June, he can fine tune his team and get ready for world cup
posted: 10:44 pm
Thanks Kheshi. U made my day when u questioned the highly emphasized importance of having so-called European coaches. U r the Proudly African coach ever couched. Keep it up for in Nigerian team u so nitured we have it all. Goodluck in ur Confed Cup representation for Africans in Brazil 2014. We love uuuu
Matt/ Tremble4Da2ndStarChamps
posted: 10:45 pm
Congrats NAIJA!!!

I guess now we can fully agree with you that SA only only won it in 1996 because you never participated in that edition of the Afcon.

Thank you once again to Keshi for proving that getting rid of dead wood players like Odemwingie, Martins and etc was a smart move. I hope Igasende will have a cup of coffee with you for next five weeks so you can show him how to assemble a winning team over a period of five weeks made up mostly of new and fresh young blood that consists of likes of AJ15, George Maluleka, Mathoho and etc. Of course, very minimal if not NO Zebras at all.

Now then, where is that skeez named Odemwingie with his Tweets? Hahahaha
posted: 10:45 pm
congrats 2 da super eagles of nigeria,i never thought they can reach the final let alone winning it.but it proves that being coached by some1 who knws the culture n has a passion 4 da country is a key 2 achieve thns
posted: 10:46 pm
This is the year of upsets: two minows made to the finals obviuosly one of them won it. Victor Moses your story is touching, boy.We can adopt you.
Anty Trott & Makhanya
posted: 10:46 pm
posted: 10:46 pm
Thank you God
posted: 10:49 pm
This is for Stephen Keshi. Take a bow! U can actually stake a claim for best African coach. Togolese FA ll easily agree. Well done NFF!!
Heavy Bee
posted: 10:49 pm
Ya-ah Nigerians you sweated for that victory Bukina faso did not gave you that cup on a silver plate.Congradulation you are the champs
posted: 10:49 pm
I am waithing for this 19 years.Congratulations boys,Keshi and all Super Eagles suppoters.Thank you Jesus Krist for this.God Bless Supdr Eagles!
posted: 10:50 pm
It concludes a fine story of a Local Boy (Sunday Mba) who scored the winning goal for Nigeria at the AFCON Final. What a tale!
posted: 10:50 pm
Thank you to the REAL South Africans I saw on TV at the stadium having fun with their fellow Africans NOT the other South African MORONS who come here to express their miserable lives!! SUPER EAGLES CAME, SAW AND CONQUERED AFRICA!!!!!
posted: 10:51 pm
I hardly see Pitriopa & Bance touch the ball (haha).
posted: 10:51 pm
Thanks be to God for the Victory, even in the midst of all trials, hate by our fellow Continent. We love you all, not withstanding. We deserved this cup ...Up Super Eagles.
posted: 10:52 pm
The main focus will be keeping hold of Stephen Keshi as lucrative offers will be coming from every angle! He's my star man
posted: 10:54 pm
Now there are two coaches in Nigeria


Up SE and God bless Nigeria. CHAMPION!!!!!!!@!!!
posted: 10:55 pm
4get those ingraticious south africans,did u not see dat d real south african fans were supporting d eagles in d final. Wow..wat a day to mark in history I witness a game dat I literally had tears in my eyes
Tokyo .
posted: 10:56 pm
Congratulation, up super eagles.
posted: 10:56 pm
If I were SK I would resign after this at least to give relief to those who wanted his head! He came, He saw, He conquered!
posted: 10:57 pm
The Eagle Landed, Saw, Conquered. Never lost any match, won football giants and favorites and number one in Africa, Ivory Coast. Went further to humiliate Mali, the winners against the host nation. Nigeria today reclaimed glory by a clear and very convincing win inside a packed out stadium. This Eagle that soars soooooooo high against his opponent, can sight his prey from many million heights away. The Eagle soars alone, but celebrates with all. Therefore we invite our friends and foes to come partake in this sweeeeeeeet experience. Happy People, Long live all kick off forumites (positive and negative), Long live the SUPER EAGLES, Long live Nigeria, Long live Africa. Thank you Keshi For leading us into sweet victory as not just AFRICAN GIANTS but AFRICAN TRUE CHAMPIONS. God has blessed the Super Eagles.
posted: 11:00 pm
Nigeria finally won d cup dey cud not defend in d same south africa. And Sunday scored d goal on a Sunday...2 God b d glory.Proudly 9ja
Omo 9ja
posted: 11:01 pm
First of all, Aliamdullilah. Victory at last. Congratulations to Nigerians and Africa. Up Super Eagles of Nigeria. God bless Mr Keshi, God bless Nigeria!!!
Sekitla R4
posted: 11:04 pm
Congratulations to Kheshi and of course the eaglets that became super when no one believed in them from their country especially.

Gordon should learn from you how to go for quality players that have a pedigree of winning cups
posted: 11:05 pm
Now there are two coaches in Nigeria


Up SE and God bless Nigeria. CHAMPION!!!!!!!@!!!
Sorry to break your heart you can only be recognised amongst the elite until you become a Champion!
There can only be one reputable Indigenous coach recognised in Nigeria besides Westerhof and that is; Stephen Keshi (The Special One)
posted: 11:06 pm
Where are those silly south africans?
posted: 11:09 pm
For the first time for 21 years that a black African coach has won the cup - Ivory Coast's Yeo Martial was the last to do so in 1992. Nigeria moving at the right direction! CHAMPI3NS!!
posted: 11:12 pm
i can,t stop flowing tears of joy . God have really remembered his people today . thanks south africans that supported nigeria se . i know they will support cos i lived there before .

i said match wil eat pitroipa and bace they didn,t even find their redeeming before the big whistle ended the match . congrats super eagles once again i,m proud .to be nigerian living in london . i love u all . cheers
▌▌ Y1NKA ,¸¸,ø¤º°º¤ ᵀᴴᴱ'ᴼᴿᴵᴳᴵᴻᴬᴸ ╚ll╝
posted: 11:12 pm
▌▌✨Yiηkα ★....Oηє ℓσvє Nαιjα

N I G E R I A - S U P E R - E A G L E S
Are officially the C H A M P I O N S ....2013
Thank God! ...Well done #TEAM NIGERIA
posted: 11:15 pm
Super Eagles of Nigeria are back. We are back and to show haters what we are capable of doing. Yes, we can, and we didi it. Whats a game by both team. Congrats to Keshi, and Super Eagles fans all over the world.
posted: 11:18 pm
Now watch out for our Eaglet too.
posted: 11:19 pm
I hope Osaze's celebratin tis wiv us...#justsaying#
Lady Goldilight
posted: 11:20 pm
Congratulations to the Nigerians for lifting the trophy. Burkina Faso played well, but going to extra time against both Togo and Ghana eventually made an impact on their tiredness. For me, these are the true soldiers of this Afcon tournament. Even without their injured star player, Alain Traore, they still managed to reach the finals. Well done Stallions! I personally salute you.
posted: 11:23 pm
Stephen Keshi has proved his critics wrong after his selection policy was widely questioned before the tournament. He reminds me of former Egyptian coach Hassan Shehata who led a youthful Egyptian team to 3 successful AFCON campaigns. He suffered similar strife from fans after dropping notable names like Mido & co. Congrats SE! Congrats SK! Congrats Nigeria!
posted: 11:28 pm
In the midst of this sweet celebration. I sieze this opportunity to thank the staff and management of KICKOFF, for giving us this beautiful platform to share our views on football. We love you and congratulations also.
posted: 11:29 pm
Bring back Siassia..... This 1-0 games is Nonsense
posted: 11:29 pm
In the midst of this sweet celebration. I seize this opportunity to thank the staff and management of KICKOFF, for giving us this beautiful platform to share our views on football. We love you and congratulations also.
@Funky_bee ,Zambian
posted: 11:29 pm
Congrats 9ja....AFCON champs
posted: 11:30 pm
You is this Sunday Mba... where are Peter O, Martins, Taiwo and co.?
posted: 11:31 pm
We are the Champions of Africa and I am very happy and over the moon.
My name sake Sunday Mba has made my name.
posted: 11:32 pm
@blackpanther187, You are not a true Nigerian! A true Nigerian wld be celebrating!--------
You are either an enemy of progress or a fake.
posted: 11:32 pm
Gooolaaassooo For The Eagles,The Best Are Yet To Come!
posted: 11:34 pm
Thank You Lord For Giving Us Such A victory,You Wipe Away Our Shames And Replace It With Loftiness To Be A Nigerian!
posted: 11:34 pm
posted: 11:35 pm
posted: 11:36 pm
Let This Victory Brings The Unity Of Niegria.Every Citizen Of Nigeria Should Wake Up,Lets Work Hard For The Future Benefit Of Nigeria,Keshi,Amokachi,Mikel,Moses,Mba,Ambros,Idaye,Ahmed,Enyeama,Emenike,
Echiejine,Oboabona,Omeruo,Onazi,Uche ,Yobo,Oshaniwa,And All The Rest Of The Team,You Guys Did A Good Job,May Good Bless You All,My Fellow Nigerians We All Means Alot To Our Nation.The Best Are Yet To Come.
posted: 11:39 pm

I am more Nija than many other fake guys here!!! Now everybody love Nigeria...abi?

Have you heared this?:


I Love my country to Death!! I always said that the time will come where we may have to try out new players. either we do it by force or we admit to it....
posted: 11:40 pm
Where are the CAF favourites? Cote d'voire and Ghana.
Keshi had rubbished those who believe a team can only do well with experience players... 17 debutants with nine of them starting in all Nigerian games... Two players played all Nigerian games without been substituted; home boy Obaboana and Enyeama...
Where are those who were shouting experience, show us where experience triumphed over dedication and hard work?
posted: 11:41 pm
Congrats to the Super Eagles and Coach Keshi!!! Champions of Africa. Keshi should stay and fine tune this team for the confederations cup and world cup in Brazil. I will surely be there to sipport the team.I wonder how those Ameobi's of the world feel about giving Nigeria the finger after flirting with her. Players like that will never be a champion in any league or tournament. Am elated and proud to be a Nigerian albeit in diaspora.
posted: 11:41 pm
@Blackpanther187, BUZZ OFF and go help your mama do the dishes in the kitchen. How old again did I hear you say? Seven? Just go fly kite if you live in North America or quietly go to bed if you live in Africa okay?
posted: 11:42 pm
for all the haters of keshi what saith thou now? i hate critics that criticizes stupidly as if given the chance they will do wonders. this is a big lesson to u all, learn to support ur own. keshi is a true legend, take it or leave it
posted: 11:45 pm
I am happy that we won but my goal was that we should stick with Keshi and his vision. At the end we won the whole thing and Keshi can continue his work.

Hope you guys now that since almost 15 we have been sacking and sacking with no patience at all...:

Clemens Westerhof (1989–1994)
Shaibu Amodu (1994–1995)
Jo Bonfrere (1995–1996)
Shaibu Amodu (1996–1997)
Philippe Troussier (1997)
Monday Sinclair (1997–1998)
Bora Milutinović (1998)
Thijs Libregts (1999)
Jo Bonfrere (1999–2001)
Shaibu Amodu (2001–2002)
Festus Onigbinde (2002)
Christian Chukwu (2002–2005)
Augustine Eguavoen (2005–2007)
Berti Vogts (2007–2008)
James Peters (2008)
Shaibu Amodu (2008–2010)
Lars Lagerbäck (2010)
Augustine Eguavoen (2010)
Samson Siasia (2010–2011)
Stephen Keshi (2011–)
posted: 11:49 pm
Then I consider you to be a confused soul! I am here with my Nigerian mates in the UK celebrating and I believe Nigerians are celebrating all over the world for this victory after waiting for 19years! you are a disgrace to be called a Nigerian for saying you are tired of a 1-0 deserved win. If you dont have anything to cheer or be happy about I'll suggest you log off your account! Mug
posted: 11:50 pm
Congrats to Nigeria!
posted: 11:50 pm
We must learn from our mistakes and believe in our homebased coaches from now on!!
And also learn to stick to long term plan. I am so happy that Keshi can now stay.
posted: 11:51 pm
Next Brazil 2014:

22.03.13 Nigeria vs. Kenia
posted: 11:52 pm
you are truly a confused soul. Why are you contradicting yourself. You mentioned earlier that you are tired of 1-0 victories and that you want siasia back. Now you've turned up saying we should keep keshi. You are not making sense at all
posted: 11:54 pm

I was just joking I wanted to just once sound like the Idiots who never believed in Keshi and our future..
posted: 11:56 pm
you have often made good comments but why would you say a 1-0 win is nonsense? Did spain not win the world cup with a similar score? Don't be a hater.
posted: 12:00 am
I knew it. Boukina was not going to be easy but at the end, pedigree came tops. Nigeria had it in them to be the AFCON champions for 2013. UP SUPER EAGLES.

UP KESHI. We apologise to you Keshi. I never believed you.

But hey Big Boss, it was good not to believe in you for it fired you up.

CONGRATULATIONS especially to you guys who believed in Keshi. You never waivered. Good.

Congratulations to all Nigerians.
posted: 12:04 am
The battle is over and the Eagles have taken the spoils. Roll the drums out people. Tonight I sheath my dagger no foes, even those pest from south africa can join the party. This victory is for all those who believed in this young squad. they defined themselves in this tournament and the Almighty God crowned their efforts tonight. Those who were eating me here yesterday, I told you I'll be back to thank Baba God. And I'm saying thinking you Jesus, think you my Lord! Keshi's adventure with this team fights tonight, Ok.
posted: 12:05 am
Shola Ameobi can chop grass. He picked club over country, while he was warming the bench at Newcastle his mates Mikel and Moses were lifting the trophy. Let this be a lesson learned for other players.
posted: 12:08 am
Sunday Mba was born on Sunday and gave two important goals on Sundays to deliver the Cup to Naija...... Congrats to all Naija across the globe..... UP SUPER EAGLES
posted: 12:08 am
on June 17 2013....Super Eagles Vs Tahiti in the confederations cup. Note to NFF, start planning and give keshi what he needs.
other countries are Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Italy, Spain, Uruaguay.
Congrats again Super Eagles and Coach Keshi!!!
posted: 12:16 am
On Sunday, Sunday say uba to 19yrs drought
posted: 12:18 am
Keshi, you are a true legend. May almighty God bless you and your boys making up the super eagles abundantly
posted: 12:21 am
So this is how it feels to be a Champion. It feels really good. Sweeter than Maggi. My Ghanaian inlaws are jubilant as well. Hopefully this is the begining of a trend!!
posted: 12:22 am
Mikels champions profile is fast becoming a long list.
Championleague winner
FA Cup winner
Premierleague winner
Leagues cup winner (formerly called carling cup)
Afcon Champions
What next?
posted: 12:25 am
mystikal - next is for Mikel to be crowned African Footballer of the Year.
posted: 12:30 am
Arise o compatriots! Proudly NiGERIAN
posted: 12:30 am
Team of the tournament has five(5) Nigerian players: Enyeama, Ambrose, Mikel, Moses and Emenike. Wonderful!
posted: 12:33 am
Arise o compatriots! One nation bound in freedom peace n unity. Thank Ʊ Jesus for dis victory, God bless our land. Proudly NIGERIAN.
posted: 12:38 am
posted: 12:39 am
Moses thanks for choosing to represent Nigeria over England! Now u cant go any wrong!
tippy tappy
posted: 12:41 am
Matt/ Tremble4DaTrebleChamps and all SA fans alike, i say a very big THANKS for your good gesture... Dont worry SA's time will come too, and we shall celebrate @together.
posted: 12:45 am
While we celebrate take a moment and say a prayer for south African women.... this is what is happening to them as we speak...

At a time that South Africa and indeed the whole continent are engulfed in football, Rape cases are threatening to overtake and score more headlines than football itself.

tony-ubaniIn my earlier write-up, I had examined the dangers and the frequency at which girls, old women, grandmothers are raped in South Africa.

But more alarming statistics are coming up on rape, giving my beloved South Africa the inglorious title of the headquarters of Rape in the World.

Could you imagine that an average of 150 rape cases are committed in an hour? This staggering figure is an estimation of: The 144 rapes reported to the police every day. The Medical Research Council’s latest finding reveals that only one in 25 women in Gauteng reports rape. These two totals add up to 3 600 rapes a day.

The rage of Bredasdorp residents over the gang-rape, murder and mutilation of 17-year-old Anene Booysen is at the centre circle as many have condemned the gang-rape and murder of Anene.

Independent Newspapers visited Anene’s family at the Simunye RDP development outside Bredasdorp yesterday.

Wilma Brooks, Anene’s aunt, wept when the question of Anene’s injuries arose. After half a minute’s silence, she spoke.

“Her throat had been slit, all her fingers and both legs were broken, a broken glass bottle had been lodged in her, her stomach had been cut open… That which was supposed to be inside her body lay strewn across the scene where they found her.”

Anene was left for dead at a construction site near her home. It’s believed her attackers had followed her as she was walking home from a sports bar on Friday night. She was taken to hospital in Bredasdorp, transferred to Worcester and later to Tygerberg, where she died on Saturday afternoon.

Independent Newspapers found Anene’s mother, Corlia Olivier, at a relative’s house.

With tears in her eyes she spoke of her relationship with her daughter, who worked as a cleaner for Asla Construction.

“We were mother and daughter, but we were also best friends. She was so helpful – with her around I didn’t need a man in the house. She worked hard and helped to buy food, we shared everything.”

After years of separation due to financial difficulties, Olivier and Anene had been living together in their newly built RDP house for just two months.

“She was everything to me, and such a joyous person. I can’t recall that I ever lost my temper with her. She was just too sweet,” said Olivier.

On the morning after the attack Olivier visited her daughter at Otto du Plessis Hospital in Bredasdorp.

“From the moment I entered, I could hear her screaming: ‘Mother, mother please help me’ – without her knowing that I had come. I walked up to her bedside and saw what they had done to my girl.”

Mom and daughter shared their final words there, before Anene was transferred to Worcester.

Today Anene’s room remains as she left it: meticulously tidy, with Michael Jackson posters on the wall and flowers everywhere.

“At night when it gets quiet and I am alone is when I will miss her the most. We always used to joke that we don’t need a TV, because we had each other.

“I think I may have to get one now,” said Olivier.

I spoke to some girls on why they think that boys and men old enough to be their fathers indulge in this criminal act. Dorothy said that those who commit rapes are animals, cowards.

“They don’t need to be brutal. If they ask nicely, girls will open up for them. After all, an average South African girl loves toi-toi”, she said.

SA girls are not like Nigerian girls. They are bold and willing to make friends and go all out to give and satisfy their partner.

It takes as little as buying beer and steaks. Timi Ebikagboro, a Nigerian Journalist also blamed the girls for wearing revealing and short skirts which leaves nothing to imagination.

They roll their waists enticingly and provoke some men who cannot control themselves. The love for alcohol, smoking and drugs, no doubt, plays a major role in this dastardly act. For me, RAPES are committed by APES. Period!
posted: 12:48 am
Hopefully this is a sign of whats to come for our team. Keshi should know his team now. We still have players like Joel Obi, Aluko and hopefully Sidney Sam who can also add options for our bench.

Keep it up and lets go for victory in our world cup qualifier next month.
posted: 12:56 am
No bance, pritopa etc etc, she mooo jo Asahmoa abi moooo jo omo Ghana, 1st of all....... Ar u a learner?
posted: 01:10 am
Burkinafaso's defense was all over the place. It made Sunday Mba looked like What a goal!
posted: 01:29 am
Very thoughtful of you to remember those being subdued by force sexually just cause they are women who can't fight back nor defend their selves. it's very sad that Africans are always on the record for negative story. Well the Government alone can't fight this evil. The ppl around need to start reporting any male they suspect to be a rapist,and Government need increase the punishment on rapists maybe 75-85yrs imprisonment.
posted: 02:14 am
Mr. Editor Please get it Right! The Headline Should State. Super Eagles are Champions Of Afrika! Excelent Article though. Up Super Eagles and Job well done for Keshi, Congratulation Nigeria! Big Boss Thanx for Joy!
posted: 02:20 am
the real JONATHAN is the PRESIDENT of NIG
bravo SUPER EAGLES: The CON CUP is the next
up naija
posted: 02:28 am
NaijaBros don't forget Anichebe
posted: 02:33 am
Great team, great performance, and a very bold and clever coach! Keshi deserves credit. I will never ever underestimate him again period!!
posted: 03:55 am
"South Africa the inglorious title of the headquarters of Rape in the World"

Lol.................they finally won something to put their name on the World Map!!!!!!!
posted: 04:06 am
Please add Imoh Ezekiel to the attacking force list.............
Omo 9ja
posted: 04:30 am
Also add Rabiu I brahim and Dike to the list cos we still need both of them. As Omo9ja, i will say a big thanks to almighty Allah for bn there for us. Congrats to Coach Keshi, Nigerians and Africa. God bless Nigeria!!!
Benjy Soccer
posted: 04:59 am
Congrats ! Super Eagles..........we are waiting for you over here in Brazil June....for the Confederation Cup......We are proud of you guys (Keshi, his technical committe, and all his players).......Thanks for the wonderful performance.......I'm one of the guys who supported the Super Eagles right from the start.....I also gave my opinion of a superior ball possession and fast groung passes......and everything worked well.....Let's be united and always support our Super Eagles........Up Nigeria.....From: Benjy Nzeakor (From Brazil) a football observer and an ex professional player
Sir eeemzaa-walikhosi
posted: 04:59 am
One love naija
One love super eagles

The best team for the day has won, congrads. This nigerian squad is the future; full of young stars who are hungry for sucess. As for Cote I'd vore mxm they have wait for a decade to clinch a trophy. Drogba and Yaya toure will outdated in the next Afcon and I think they gonna retire.

K4L : let's hear
Mhlonitjhwa: Treble Champ kwesibili
posted: 05:03 am
Halala! Super Drug Addicts, you are champions and you deserve it, im champion myself a double Treble Champion to be specific so i knw how its like to be a champ like that, you have every right to make noise the way you want.

Hail to the undisputed African champs you highly deserve it!!
posted: 05:33 am
Thank God for everything....we deserve it,infact BF were lucky not to concede more than 1 goal. What could νє pain me most in this tournament is,if Wakaso walk away with the Golding Boot bcos he didn't deserve it,but thank God the rightful owner EMINIKE got it at the end......God bless SE! God bless Naija
posted: 05:35 am
Now playing..... 2face_power_of_naija.
Repeat mode
posted: 06:03 am
Sunday Mba scoring his 2 goals on d 2 sundays of d tournament. Wearing jersey no 19 and winning d game 4 us after 19 years. What a gifted guy!!!
posted: 06:24 am
Well done Nigeria,you always were the champions.Well now you have proved yourself correct your argument that if in 1996 you were there,you were going to defend what was yours,unfortunately,football gurus allowed politicians to interfere with our beutiful game.You dominated frm the start up to the end and the score sheet does not reflect what actually happened.Up the SE.
Marop wa le Downs
posted: 06:43 am
Congrats, Boko Haram and MEND, not forgetting the independent state of Biafra! Kheshi did well by getting rid of egos, and selected people who wanted to play. I don't see anybody stopping nigeria in the next twotwo afcons. Their team is young and if they keep Kheshi, who obviously doesn't employ the pay to play policy, they are bound to do well even in Russia 18, remember the likes of Mba will be 25 by then, moses 27, etc.
Marop wa le Downs
posted: 06:56 am
Its time SA took a leaf out of Nigerias book. Retire the tried, tired, tested, failed players like Cowmalo, Tshabalala, yeye, mphela, etc. In fact all players with over 20 caps for bafana should go except khune.
posted: 07:12 am
This afcon thing is over now,back to the real thing Psl soccer.Back to calling FNB stadium by its real name not this National stadium nonsense.Back to blogging with South Africans not the Druglords.Back to whalloping Chimpanzees atLoftus like we did the last time.
Nigeria won this cup because there was no stronger teams this year ,the final was boring hence Egypt was always winning.Now Nigerians back to your burrows in Lagos and Abuja .Let the Psl games restart.The 8th best league in the world and thats a fact.
posted: 07:24 am
What a disappointing end. I blame Ivory Coast for all this mess. Nigeria is the most hated nation on the African continent and probably on the whole world because of the bad criminal behavior of their people. Everybody I knew wanted these animals to lose. Even Caf tried its best and I don't blame them. Nobody wants to see bad people doing well in life. Anyway life goes on. At least there were less drugs peddled in the streets of Hillbrow, Sunnyside and Sea Point as these animals either went to watch the game live or on television.
posted: 07:42 am
Nigeria is a blessed country with blessed people. Thank God have finally remind us who we're in football.... congrats to se of 9ja, congrats to Mr SK. Long live 9ja long live SE long live SE supporters all over the wold.
posted: 07:43 am
The final was boring I miss Egypt.....
posted: 07:49 am
Those animals must not forget to go home the afcon is over,Lagos is waiting for them ,they must not forget their drugs
posted: 07:59 am
I still don't know, why some good for nothing rapists call us drug addicts? How many people do drugs in Nigeria? Less than 1% of the population of 160million. These rapists should get their facts right before making derogatory comments against nigeria.
posted: 12:15 pm
Behold the claws of the mighty Eagle, clutching around the most wanted golden cup and up he goes, lifting it higher, higher and higher far above the reach of any African team; As he soars high he screems louder than all..."WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS, TRUE GIANTS OF AFRICA". Now who can stand the Eagles wrath???
posted: 12:19 pm
posted: 12:45 pm
T'zozo, I couldn't help laughing in afrikkans after reading your hate induced post. Let start with you calling Nigerians bad people. These same bad people saved you from your semi white masters who burned your forefathers at the stake for many years. Look at the evil been perpetrated in your country. 100 years old women and one year-old girls are been raped by demon possessed youths of your country who have sold their souls to the devil. Your voodoo leader himself is a rapist so what do we expect from you poor followers, with low lives? Pray tell me who is a bad people.
posted: 01:22 pm
On 05/02/2013 I wrote: We will have Burkina faso vs Nigeria in the Finals. I will be shocked if Ghana can beat Burkina faso on two reasons; Ghana are playing fast game but not so much as a team and not physically better than Burkinabes, but they try to play physical game which they cant much with Burkinabes.And second, that horrible playing surface will be to the advantage of Burkinabes coz they dont play flat football like SA, zambia and Nigeria, and Ghana plays a little bit like these countries which will make them find difficult to play in this playing surface. Nigeria have found a rithym and motivated more especially that they are not at Mbombela I foresee them even winning the AFRICA CUP. The only block for Nigeria is the Divine intervation which may see Mali being given the game because of the Pains at home. It wll give Mali a consolation.Nigeria will have themselves to blame if they dont Pray harder to win the 2013 Africa Cup.
Congratulations Nigeria! But mind your comments we never insulted anyone when we won the cup last year 2012. We have handed the cup to you.
sonny ****
posted: 02:34 pm
@CEK, Thanks but remember that Nigerians don't start insulting people, we always mind our business until these hateful South Africans come provoking us.
posted: 03:05 pm

posted: 03:00 pm | Report

Nigeria= Gold
Burkina Faso=Silver
Mali = Bronze
Ghana = 4th
Bufunny, Bufunny = bottom feeders
To all South African haters, if you do not know the meaning of being a bottom feeder, then check out the dictionary.
posted: 03:09 pm
The second class Africans, also known as wharf rats in their own land are jealous that the Super Eagles are the African champions for the third time.
posted: 06:11 am
Congratulations to the SUPER EAGLES, CHAMPIONS OF AFRICA. Lets go out there and dominate the confederations cup in Brazil. We are very proud of you. Slyman
posted: 08:12 pm
T'zozo, just because you are consumed by hatred for your fellow humans as a result of your satan controlled mind does not make everyone else reason the way you do. You are a child of perdition and it is quite glaring from your post. I find it really funny when people like you insult Nigeria, when everyone knows that South Africa is the world Capital of RAPE and other violent crimes. YOU FIND PEOPLE REJOICING AND YOU COME HERE TO POST HATE COMMENTS?
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