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Federation Cup (fa Cup) Final Discussion Here (official Thread): by fm4real2k6(m): 7:53pm On Jul 09, 2009
[center]YOu're welcome to the official thread openning of the Final match of the Federation cup between Enyimba fc and sharks FC, also the third place match between Bayelsa Utd and Lobi stars. i hope you find this thread informative. plz feel free to leave comment here, post news, pictures, and if youre chanced to be arround lagos for the match plz go there to watch good football atch on display, and if you know any TV station that will show the match, just drop it off here, and for our brothers overseas we'll work on getting an online link they can watch the math live. for more information check http://fmbaba.lefora.com/forum/category/nigeria-federation-cup-fa-news/page1/


Re: Federation Cup (fa Cup) Final Discussion Here (official Thread): by fm4real2k6(m): 10:27pm On Jul 09, 2009
[center]Etisalat make offer for Fed Cup, [/center]

Telecommunication newbies Etisalat look to be in pole position to acquire the rights for Nigeria's oldest football competition, the Federation Cup, for a fee of about N1.6 billion over a four-year period.
The Nation newspaper reports that the NFF are looking to grant Etisalat the naming rights to the competition for the next four years at an annual sum of N400 million.

Following the withdrawal of previous sponsors Coca-Cola, the NFF offered the competition to partners Globacom, who have a right of first refusal on all of the Federation's properties.

However, Globacom's offer of N150 million, fell far short of the NFF's valuation, and the property was taken elsewhere with Etisalat proving to be more than willing buyers.

culled from kickoffnigeria.com
Re: Federation Cup (fa Cup) Final Discussion Here (official Thread): by fm4real2k6(m): 3:09pm On Jul 10, 2009
Na waa ooo, nobody deem it fit to comment here o ga ooo, so all of una na Manchester, Arsenal, and chelsea una dey support, why cant we support our own, ?

well God will help us sha, well to the news of the day,

Lagos to test run Balogun Stadium with Fed Cup

[b]THE Lagos State government is to use Sunday’s Federation Cup final match between Sharks FC of Port Harcourt and Enyimba FC of Aba to test run the Teslim Balogun Stadium ahead of this year’s FIFA U-17 World Cup to be hosted by the country.

The stadium is one of the centres selected by the world football-governing body, FIFA, to host matches of the cadet World Cup.

Speaking at a press briefing on Wednesday in Lagos, the state Commissioner for Sports, Prince Ademola Adeniji-Adele, said the government wanted to use the final match to showcase to the world the facilities on ground for the U-17 World Cup.

He announced that telecomminucation company, MTN Nigeria, would support the state in hosting the final, adding that the state had contacted Africa Independent Television (AIT) and SuperSports to televise the match live.

Adeniji-Adele added that the state had also agreed to host next year’s final of the Federation Cup, expressing appreciation to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) for given the state the opportunity to host the event.

He informed that spectators would have to park their vehicles at the National Stadium to avoid congestion at the match venue, adding that BRT buses would be available for commuters to ease transportation problem, while match tickets would not be sold at the stadium.[/b]

Re: Federation Cup (fa Cup) Final Discussion Here (official Thread): by aegibson(m): 6:54am On Jul 24, 2009

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