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NAS World Cup 2014 Special Issue Printed Version
This is a bumper issue packed with interviews and articles we hope you will enjoy. 64 pages including interviews with Stephen Keshi, Vincent Enyeama and Siasia amongst many more great pieces. We hope you will support us here at NAS.
In this issue:
The Story of Stephen Keshi, captain of the Class of ’94
and current Head Coach of Super Eagles
Nigerian Football Rebirth - 2010-2014,
featuring an in-depth interview with Aminu Maigari
1994 Reminiscences - Efan Ekoku - The “Outsider” in the group.
His thoughts on the past and present
Where are they now?
A look at the Class of ’94 - where are they now?
Your guide to Brazil
Your guide to Brazil, and Nigeria’s match venues
2014 World Cup Planner
Chart your way through the tournament
My 1994 Experience
1994 Reminiscences - Nigerians of all walks of life,
on their recollection of those golden moments of USA ‘94
Vincent Enyeama Exclusive - A look at the present.
Looking to create history and be a part of a legendary Class of 2014
Super Eagles 2014
The Provisional Eagles squad to Brazil
1994 Reminiscences - Sunday Oliseh - The “small boy” in the group.
From USA 94 to Brazil 2014
1994 Reminiscences - Fans, represented by the Supporters’ Club.
Dr Rafiu Ladipo features
1994 Reminiscences - Samson Siasia - on the moments he enjoyed,
his history with Argentina
Tribute to Nigeria’s most prolific striker Rashidi Yekini
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Here’s to a great World Cup in Brazil.
Good luck to all the African nations participating.
New African Soccer Magazine