Offiah


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Offiah

(ɒˈfaɪə)
n
(Biography) Martin. born 1965, English Rugby League football player: scored 26 tries in 33 matches for Great Britain (1988–1994)
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Secondly, and perhaps most succinctly, were the views of former league and union legend Martin 'Chariots' Offiah when he appeared on Celebrity Pointless.
While it was a legendary scorer the winger looked up to, it was goals rather than tries that gave young Offiah the appetite to gets his name up in lights.
FORMER Great Britain winger Martin Offiah believes Australia are "there for the taking" as England prepare to deliver the knockout punch in the Four Nations Series.
FORMER Wigan stars Martin Offiah and Gareth Hock sparked a Twitter backlash after defending Ben Flower.
Wing legend Martin Offiah, who played in two losing World Cup finals against Australia in 1992 and 1995, believes the Wigan coach would be the perfect choice to take over.
Huge balloons, fireworks, dancers, singers, trapeze artists and musicians, together with former rugby stars Gareth Thomas and Martin Offiah helped to make the event a fantastic opener to the tournament.
FORMER Wigan favourite Martin Offiah is tipping his old club to reclaim the Tetley's Challenge Cup, but not with any great confidence.
Boston will be honoured alongside fellow league greats Martin Offiah, Alex Murphy, Eric Ashton and Gus Risman.
Winger Martin Offiah takes to the stove next to cook up a menu that includes mussels and an authentic Nigerian stew.
WIDNES' most prolific ever try scorer and rugby league legend Martin Offiah has thrown his weight behind the Vikings' push for Super League by claiming the club has the potential to return to the glory days of yesteryear.
Offiah is a consultant in pediatric radiology at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London.
MARTIN Offiah insists he must be convinced of Dwain Chambers' intentions if he is to provide the disgraced sprinter with help and advice ahead of his possible Super League debut this weekend.