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Dennis Erezi

22 Nov 2019
Solomon Fowowe, Dennis Erezi and guest return this week discussing what to expect from Mourinho as the football coach return to action with Tottenham Hotspur F.C.
2 Jul 2019
The Guardian analyst, Dennis Erezi and Solomon Fowowe return to review Nigeria’s surprising loss to Madagascar. They discuss what went wrong in the 2-0 loss and looked at the possible opponent for the Super Eagles in the last 16 of the 2019 AFCON.
30 Jun 2019
The Guardian staff writer, Dennis Erezi, discusses the Nigeria-Madagascar match and the Super Eagles performance against the Guinea national side. He also discussed each players transition as the competition progresses to the knock out stages.

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