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16 Oct
Ayomide Shotubo and Olaniyi Adeoluwa review Mozambique vs Nigeria match preview on The Nutmeg.
13 Oct
It might just be a friendly. But the journey to qualification for the World Cup and preparation for the African Cup of Nations in January begins for the Super Eagles with a game against the Green Falcons of Saudi Arabia. Ayomide Shotunbo and Ifeoluwa Johnson review that match on The Nutmeg.
7 Oct
Arsenal vs Man City match preview with Ayomide Shotubo on The Nutmeg this week.
26 Sep
With the increased amount of action that footballers have to deal with and how it affects the collective. Of course, teams in Europe are having a hard time including Manchester United. This is The Nutmeg on GuardianTV.
19 Sep
The UEFA Champions League returns tonight after Manchester City won the title for the first time last year. All roads lead to Wembley this time and we'll preview the group and the biggest games of the first round. My name is Ayomide Sotubo and this is the Nutmeg on Guardian TV.
3 Apr 2023
Chelsea have sacked manager Graham Potter, the London club said on Sunday after a string of poor results left the team 11th in the Premier League.

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