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Exploring the global appeal behind the Nigeria kit enjoying huge demand

Nigeria announced on Thursday that the national team's new 2018 kit line had hit a record three million pre-orders, far outstripping anything that preceded it.

While this was the first time such official sales figures have been announced, it's clearly a number that leaves everything else in its wake.

Such high demand for a Nigeria kit is unprecedented, but NFF Vice President Shehu Dikko explained that they the federation were informed at a meeting with Nike on Thursday that the novel, throwback...

Picking a Nigeria XI never to play at the World Cup

Ahead of the 2018 World Cup, KweséESPN pick a Nigeria XI of Super Eagles who never played on the grandest stage of all.

Nigeria's legends of the last 20 years have all had opportunities to showcase their wares in front of a global audience, but before the nation's maiden qualification in 1994, several generations of Eagles never appeared in the tournament.

In this feature, KweséESPN's Colin Udoh picks his cross-generational XI of Nigerian players who never made it to the World Cup.

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NPFL heavyweights face tricky away ties

Three of the NPFL's chasing pack -- Plateau United, Kano Pillars and Niger Tornadoes -- all face tricky away games on matchday 22 as they attempt to close the gap to leaders Lobi Stars.

Kano Pillars, who are without red-hot Junior Lokosa for the first time this campaign, are away in Lafia against Nasarawa United.

Sai Masu Gida have failed to win away this season in 10 previous attempts, but could they get it right in the absence of their top scorer and complete a double over relegation-threatened...

Nigeria unmoved in FIFA World Rankings, Ghana climb

Nigeria and South Africa have remained unmoved in the May edition of the FIFA World Rankings, although Ghana are one of several nations to have climbed after a relatively quiet month of international football.

There are no movers inside the world's top 47 places, and therefore Africa's top six remain as they were in April.

This means that Nigeria, with less than a month to go until the World Cup, are 47th overall and sixth in the continent.

Africa's top five are Tunisia (14th overall), Senegal (28),...