Cancelling football season could cost Europe’s top clubs four billion euros

Europe’s top five football leagues could lose as much as four billion euros ($4.33 billion, 3.75 billion pounds) in combined revenue if the coronavirus pandemic completely wipes out the rest of the season, according to a study by KPMG. The…

*Bus conductor faints after LASTMA arrest (Punch) *LASTMA assures justice on alleged beating of bus conductor by official (Guardian)

Bus conductor faints after LASTMA arrest (Punch) A yet-to-be-identified commercial bus conductor reportedly fainted on Saturday after officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority intercepted his vehicle to arrest him and his driver for violating the state traffic rule…

*Man, 22, fingered as ‘Supreme Leader’ of dreaded Lagos cult (DailyTrust) *We use Facebook to recruit members, says ‘cult leader’(Nation)

Man, 22, fingered as ‘Supreme Leader’ of dreaded Lagos cult (DailyTrust) The police in Lagos State have arrested a 22-year-old man identified as supreme leader of Berry Boys cult group. It was gathered that the suspect, simply indentified as Maliki,…

*Lagos reopens Shina Peller’s club (Nation) *Obasanjo knocks Ambode for abandoning Lagos rail project (Guardian)

  Lagos reopens Shina Peller’s club (Nation) The Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA) says it has re-opened Club Quilox, after securing the management’s commitment to comply with the state’s Environmental Laws, Regulations, Guidelines and Standards. The General Manager, LASEPA,…

*Fire disaster averted at MMIA as tanker spills petrol on motorway (ThisDay) *Lagos C&S leader bemoans insecurity (Punch)

Fire disaster averted at MMIA as tanker spills petrol on motorway (ThisDay) Vehicular traffic came to standstill yesterday at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos when a 42 feet truck, laden with 33, 000 litres of petrol fell and…

Bayern may drag Osimhen back to Germany (Nation)

Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich are tracking Nigeria international Victor Osimhen, according to reports in France. The German champions and AC Milan are monitoring the performances of the Lille striker ahead of a possible move. The Bavarians are in the market…

Okocha, Bundesliga partner Lagos SWAN (DailyTrust)

Nigeria football legend, Austin ‘Jay Jay’ Okocha in company of German Football League, Bundesliga, on Thursday paid a courtesy visit to the secretariat of the Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (Lagos State Chapter). The visit which was led by Okocha…

Retiring an option as Robben, 34, confirms imminent Bayern exit (Supersport)

Arjen Robben says he may retire in June after confirming he will quit Bayern Munich when his contract with the defending Bundesliga champions expires. Robben, who turns 35 in January, confirmed in Monday’s edition of magazine Kicker that he will…

thisislagos.ng is the number one site on all things Lagos. It will curate and aggregate news about Lagos - the city and the state as well as the people of the city. It will become the pre-eminent news site covering Lagos and its people, businesses and personalities, events and celebrations, celebrities and criminals. thisislagos.ng will be the beating heart of Lagos when it comes to news. If it’s not here, it’s not Lagos. thisislagos.ng covers Lagos like no other site. We are democratic, non-partisan, all Lagos! Itesiwaju eko!!!
Categories