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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Dedetwo(m): 10:24pm On Jun 26
Schemerkhiz:
Nnadozie And Chidinma Okeke Lead Falconets Provisional Squad For All Africa Games

The head Coach of the Nigeria U20 Women national football team Christopher Danjuma has released a provisional list of 25 players for the All Africa Games Scheduled to take place in Morocco.

The Falconets are paired in group B alongside, Cameroon, Zambia and South Africa.

Chiamaka Nnadozie and Chidinma Okeke who were part of the Super Falcons squad that made it to the round of 16 of the Women world cup ,lead the list of 25 players for the all Africa games.


Full List of Invited Players

Duru Joy. ( Nasarawa Amazons)

Efih Peace Ewomazino ( Rivers Angels)

Amoo Bashshat ( Confluence Queens)

Peter Monday Uduakobong ( Ibom Angels)

Monday Gift ( FC Robo)

Saheed Adebisi ( Bayelsa Queens)

Chiamaka Nnadozie ( Rivers Angels)

Igboamalu Grace Chineyere ( Nasarawa Amazons)

Saiki Mary ( Nasarawa Amazons)

Okeke Chidinma ( FC Robo)

Tarnum Dooshima (Nasarawa Amazons)

Olapade Zainab ( Sunshine Queens)

Ogbona Akudo ( Sunshine Queens)

Momoh Esther ( Confluence Queens)

Innocent Patricia ( Sunshine Queens)

Kenneth Katherine Ijeoma (Rivers Angels)

Obia Christiana Chinaza ( Osun Babes)

Akarekor Rita ( Sunshine Queens)

Mathias Josephine ( Rivers Angels)

Aku Cynthia ( Rivers Angels)

Sule Rufiat ( Bayelsa Queens)

Adeboye Esther ( FC Robo)

Anjor Mary ( Bayelsa Queens)

Oshobukola Omowumi (Sunshine Queens)

Folashade Ijamilusi (FC Robo)

Where was the girl hiding all these years? She was one of best central defender for U17 or U20. Where are Ugochi Emenayo, Mariam Ibrahim, Charity Ucheibe and Tessy Biahwo

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 5:43pm On Jun 27
Dedetwo:


Where was the girl hiding all these years? She was one of best central defender for U17 or U20. Where are Ugochi Emenayo, Mariam Ibrahim, Charity Ucheibe and Tessy Biahwo

The following players you listed are above 20 except Christy Ucheibe 18yrs who is current based in SWEDEN
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 9:46pm On Jun 27
I don't like the coach
Schemerkhiz:
Nnadozie And Chidinma Okeke Lead Falconets Provisional Squad For All Africa Games

The head Coach of the Nigeria U20 Women national football team Christopher Danjuma has released a provisional list of 25 players for the All Africa Games Scheduled to take place in Morocco.

The Falconets are paired in group B alongside, Cameroon, Zambia and South Africa.

Chiamaka Nnadozie and Chidinma Okeke who were part of the Super Falcons squad that made it to the round of 16 of the Women world cup ,lead the list of 25 players for the all Africa games.


Full List of Invited Players

Duru Joy. ( Nasarawa Amazons)

Efih Peace Ewomazino ( Rivers Angels)

Amoo Bashshat ( Confluence Queens)

Peter Monday Uduakobong ( Ibom Angels)

Monday Gift ( FC Robo)

Saheed Adebisi ( Bayelsa Queens)

Chiamaka Nnadozie ( Rivers Angels)

Igboamalu Grace Chineyere ( Nasarawa Amazons)

Saiki Mary ( Nasarawa Amazons)

Okeke Chidinma ( FC Robo)

Tarnum Dooshima (Nasarawa Amazons)

Olapade Zainab ( Sunshine Queens)

Ogbona Akudo ( Sunshine Queens)

Momoh Esther ( Confluence Queens)

Innocent Patricia ( Sunshine Queens)

Kenneth Katherine Ijeoma (Rivers Angels)

Obia Christiana Chinaza ( Osun Babes)

Akarekor Rita ( Sunshine Queens)

Mathias Josephine ( Rivers Angels)

Aku Cynthia ( Rivers Angels)

Sule Rufiat ( Bayelsa Queens)

Adeboye Esther ( FC Robo)

Anjor Mary ( Bayelsa Queens)

Oshobukola Omowumi (Sunshine Queens)

Folashade Ijamilusi (FC Robo)
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Dedetwo(m): 10:14pm On Jun 27
Schemerkhiz:


The following players you listed are above 20 except Christy Ucheibe 18yrs who is current based in SWEDEN

Does this mean that "All African Games" is age-graded?

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 3:43pm On Jun 29
The Italians have collapsed in this second half! Anytime they have some possession, they’re quickly disposed by the Dutch!
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by TheSuperNerd(m): 3:50pm On Jun 29
I expect Holland to win and make it through. I was so glad USA knocked out France too. grin

PDPGuy:
The Italians have collapsed in this second half! Anytime they have some possession, they’re quickly disposed by the Dutch!
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 4:12pm On Jun 29
TheSuperNerd:

I expect Holland to win and make it through. I was so glad USA knocked out France too. grin

And the Dutch went through cheesy
I expect them to beat either Germany or Sweden in the semis because the Dutch are technically superior to both teams; though Sweden/German have the edge in terms of athleticism.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by TheSuperNerd(m): 4:17pm On Jun 29
You are right my man. smiley

Netherlands with Lieke Martens, Miedema, Van de Don et al are really really superior technically. They play like their male counterparts. Their football is so sweet to behold. They have that edge over the other European teams even the super athletic England.
It would be bloody close but I expect A Holland triumph in the semis against any of Germany or Sweden. Talking of Germany vs Sweden.... Well, hard to call but let me give it to the Efficient German girls. If they fail, then that is their business... Lol


But USA vs England is gonna be the tightest game yet in this WWC edition. But I still tip USA to make the final vs Netherlands. Let's see how it goes.



PDPGuy:

And the Dutch went through cheesy
I expect them to beat either Germany or Sweden in the semis because the Dutch are technically superior to both teams; though Sweden/German have the edge in terms of athleticism.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by DiamondSports(f): 4:20pm On Jun 29
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 10:19pm On Jun 29
TheSuperNerd:
You are right my man. smiley

Netherlands with Lieke Martens, Miedema, Van de Don et al are really really superior technically. They play like their male counterparts. Their football is so sweet to behold. They have that edge over the other European teams even the super athletic England.
It would be bloody close but I expect A Holland triumph in the semis against any of Germany or Sweden. Talking of Germany vs Sweden.... Well, hard to call but let me give it to the Efficient German girls. If they fail, then that is their business... Lol


But USA vs England is gonna be the tightest game yet in this WWC edition. But I still tip USA to make the final vs Netherlands. Let's see how it goes.


Yes, I fully expect the English ladies to give the Americans a stern test! I’m looking forward to the wing battles between Lucy Bronze - the best full back in the women’s game - and Megan Rapinoe; and Nikita Parris and Crystal Dunn.

If the English ladies shackle both American wingers - Rapinoe and Heath - they’d also have the unenviable task of shackling the American midfield trio of Mewis, Lavelle, and Horan/Ertz, who are clearly the best midfield trio at the tournament, to have any slight chance of winning the game. The tactical battles all over the pitch makes this game a must-watch one on Tuesday.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 10:25pm On Jun 29
Looking forward to next year’s Olympics, assuming the Super Falcons make it, I wouldn’t want to see the likes of Chikwelu, Ayinde, Oparanozie, Nwabuoku and Faith Michael near the team.
The players from the last U-20 World Cup should form the bulk of the 18-player squad, with Toni Payne, Umotong joining them.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 10:48pm On Jul 03
FT: Netherlands 1-0 Sweden..

The Netherlands have now won 12 consecutive matches at both the last European championships and this World Cup shocked
It would be tough for the US against this Dutch team, but the superior athleticism of the US should give the Stars and Stripes the slight edge.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 3:24pm On Jul 05
faith Michael and chikwelu are not needed again ....I think ayinde and oparanozie can play from the bench
PDPGuy:
Looking forward to next year’s Olympics, assuming the Super Falcons make it, I wouldn’t want to see the likes of Chikwelu, Ayinde, Oparanozie, Nwabuoku and Faith Michael near the team.
The players from the last U-20 World Cup should form the bulk of the 18-player squad, with Toni Payne, Emoting joining them.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by do4luv14(m): 5:44pm On Jul 05
isan:
faith Michael and chikwelu are not needed again ....I think ayinde and oparanozie can play from the bench


what about uchenna kanu?
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 6:07pm On Jul 05
KANU , ajibade and anam imo are the future....oshoala and ordega will provide the experience needed in the future
do4luv14:



what about uchenna kanu?

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 7:15pm On Jul 05
Lol. Infantino is proposing an expansion of the WWC to 32 teams shocked
We are going to see 8 more “Thailands” then grin grin
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 10:52pm On Jul 05
For the proposed 32-team WWC, I'd suggest the following slot allocation:


*CAF - 5.5
UEFA - 12
CONCACAF - 4
CONMEBOL - 4
*AFC - 5.5
Oceania - 1

The last spot will be decided by an Intercontinental playoff between Africa's 5th best team and AFC's 6th best team
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Dedetwo(m): 11:22pm On Jul 05
PDPGuy:
Looking forward to next year’s Olympics, assuming the Super Falcons make it, I wouldn’t want to see the likes of Chikwelu, Ayinde, Oparanozie, Nwabuoku and Faith Michael near the team.
The players from the last U-20 World Cup should form the bulk of the 18-player squad, with Toni Payne, Umotong joining them.

You could not be more correct. You should have added Onome Ebi, Oshoala and Ajibade. This girl Ajibade will jinx any Nigerian team that has her as a member.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 11:30pm On Jul 05
Dedetwo:


You could not be more correct. You should have added Onome Ebi, Oshoala and Ajibade. This girl Ajibade will jinx any Nigerian team that has her as a member.
You're spot on with regard to Onome Ebi. She is already 36, and should give way for a CB partnership of Ohale and Chidinma Okeke.
But I still think Ajibade and Oshoala should continue to be part of the team. Ajibade was easily our best attacker at the WC despite playing only 45 minutes throughout the tournament.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 11:57pm On Jul 05
This would be my ideal starting 11 at the Olympics

-----------------Nnadozie-------------

--Ologbosere--C.Okeke---Ohale----N. Ebere----

----------Igbinovia---Peace Efih--------

---------------Tony Payne---------------

---Ordega---Oshoala---U.Kanu------

The likes of Umotong and Ajibade can start from the bench.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 1:17am On Jul 06
The Super Falcons will kick start their 2020 Olympics qualification with a double-header against Algeria in August and September. And will have to play at least 6 more matches (4 rounds in total) to qualify for the Olympics.

Assuming the team advances to the 5th round of qualifying, and lose both legs, they would have to play a two-legged intercontinental playoff against Chile, sometime in January and February 2020. The winner of that playoff qualifies for the Olympics.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 4:19pm On Jul 07
The Netherlands are firmly on the back foot!
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Dedetwo(m): 7:13pm On Jul 08
PDPGuy:
This would be my ideal starting 11 at the Olympics

-----------------Nnadozie-------------

--Ologbosere--C.Okeke---Ohale----N. Ebere----

----------Igbinovia---Peace Efih--------

---------------Tony Payne---------------

---Ordega---Oshoala---U.Kanu------

The likes of Umotong and Ajibade can start from the bench.

Which team will bring Oshoala, Ajibade and Ohale to the Olympics?
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Dedetwo(m): 7:22pm On Jul 08
PDPGuy:

You're spot on with regard to Onome Ebi. She is already 36, and should give way for a CB partnership of Ohale and Chidinma Okeke.
But I still think Ajibade and Oshoala should continue to be part of the team. Ajibade was easily our best attacker at the WC despite playing only 45 minutes throughout the tournament.

Falcon's future center backs should consider Chidinma Okeke, Ugochi Emenayo, Mariam Ibrahim, Ijeoma Kenneth.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 9:59pm On Jul 08
Dedetwo:


Which team will bring Oshoala, Ajibade and Ohale to the Olympics?
Ajibade and Ohale distinguished themselves well at the WWC.
Oshoala, for some reason was bang average at the tournament; maybe it had to do with the ultra-defensive tactics of Dennerby. However, I’ll still take her along because her pace and strength would be a valuable addition to the team.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 10:00pm On Jul 08
Dedetwo:


Falcon's future center backs should consider Chidinma Okeke, Ugochi Emenayo, Mariam Ibrahim, Ijeoma Kenneth.
Right.
In a 3-5-2, the three defenders could be Okeke, Ohale and Ijeoma Kenneth.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 11:11pm On Jul 08
shut up with that jinx shit u always talk about ..take or not if ajibade is active she will be a regular in super falcons for the next ten years
Dedetwo:


You could not be more correct. You should have added Onome Ebi, Oshoala and Ajibade. This girl Ajibade will jinx any Nigerian team that has her as a member.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 1:50am On Jul 09
What’s your opinion on this 3-4-1-2formation for the potential Olympic team?

———————Nnadozie——————

——-Ohale——-Okeke——I. Kenneth——

——Ordega——Igbinovia—Okobi—-Ajibade——

—————————T.Payne———————

—————Oshoala——U. Kanu————-

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Graduateacher(f): 8:22am On Jul 09
PDPGuy:
What’s your opinion on this 3-4-1-2formation for the potential Olympic team?

———————Nnadozie——————

——-Ohale——-Okeke——I. Kenneth——

——Ordega——Igbinovia—Okobi—-Ajibade——

—————————T.Payne———————

—————Oshoala——U. Kanu————-


Why's Onome missing? plus Oshoala, I don't understand her again. We need agile players not strollers on the field. People like Greene of UK and Robinoe of US teams. We need coaches like Garry, to achieve anything meaningful in the world stage

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 3:51pm On Jul 09
Graduateacher:



Why's Onome missing? plus Oshoala, I don't understand her again. We need agile players not strollers on the field. People like Greene of UK and Robinoe of US teams. We need coaches like Garry, to achieve anything meaningful in the world stage
Onome is 36...And the last WC was probably her last international tournament for Naija.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by KevinDein: 3:57pm On Jul 09
The falcons are the 11th best national female team of all time, pretty good. But I fear we will go down that list in just a couple of years from now. Most of the countries are actively working hard to improve their female leagues while we seem to be regressing.

Sad.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Dedetwo(m): 8:17pm On Jul 09
isan:
shut up with that jinx shit u always talk about ..take or not if ajibade is active she will be a regular in super falcons for the next ten years


shut the hell up with your idiotic quip of "..Take or not if ajibade is active she will be a regular in super falcons for the next ten years". Your silly ajibade shall not even see falcons in mere friendlies talk less of WAFU. What a douche.

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