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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 11:55am On Sep 12
Senior forward Uchenna Kanu has totaled 10 goals and four assists through the first five contests of this season.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 12:01pm On Sep 12
Oshoala will go down as one of the biggest ever figures in African football. She has opened the door for African women every where she goes.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by TheSuperNerd(m): 10:40pm On Sep 12
'It is tough to find a player like Oshoala' - Barcelona coach Cortes
By Samuel Ahmadu



[img]The Nigerian was impressive on her initial loan stint with the Spanish giants and her mentor is delighted with her qualities[/img]

Barcelona coach Llius Cortes has lauded Asisat Oshoala for her pace and power, a rare quality which was not easy for the Blaugranes to find.

The 24-year-old realised her dreams of joining the Spanish giants after sealing a loan move from China's Dalian Quanjian in January.

The Nigeria international went on to establish herself in the team, scoring eight goals after 11 games and made history as the first African woman to play and score in the Champions league final.
Her stellar performances convinced the club to hand her a two-year contract which will keep her in Catalonia until June 2022.

The Blaugranes missed out on the Spanish Iberdrola and Champions League titles last season and Cortes moved to boost his ranks in a bid for glory this season with five signings, including Oshoala.

The coach, who hopes to lead Barcelona to reclaim the Spanish league diadem for the first time in four seasons, admitted the unique qualities in Oshoala earned her a permanent deal.

"It's the squad we wanted and the one we asked for," Cortes told Spanish newspaper, Sport.

"The club made a huge effort to put this squad together, the signings are the ones we wanted and I think we've been successful in that sense.

"We've also been able to promote some players from the youth teams, which is good because it gives meaning to the way we play and the work we're doing.

"The feeling is we have a complete squad with a lot of competition. Oshoala, we all saw at the end of last season. She has pace and power which is tough to find in any player nationally.


"Seeing how we've worked in the preseason, I think it's a good sign because we've taken every game like a Champions League final."

Barcelona have made a strong start to their title quest with a 9-1 thrashing of newly-promoted side CD Tacon, followed by a 2-0 Champions League Round of 32 first-leg advantage over Juventus.

Cortes will be counting on the fine form of Oshoala and his solid squad to surpass last season's achievements.


SOURCE: Goal

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 3:10am On Sep 13
For us to see this generation of Super Falcons make waves at the Olympics, Dennerby’s ultra conservative tactics need to go.
The likes of Oshoala, Kanu, Ordega
Etc thrive on confidently taking on opposition defenders, and not bunkering to the opposing fullbacks
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 12:57pm On Sep 13
PDPGuy:
For us to see this generation of Super Falcons make waves at the Olympics, Dennerby’s ultra conservative tactics need to go.
The likes of Oshoala, Kanu, Ordega
Etc thrive on confidently taking on opposition defenders, and not bunkering to the opposing fullbacks
The Coach really need to Let go of this 3-5-2 Formation isn't helping Matters at all, the type of players we have suite 4-3-3, 4-4-2 or better still 4-1-4-1
We don't have players who play naturally as Wing backs, he should stop reverting our strikers to Wing back! And utilize them in their traditional position!
imaging deploying Ordega as a right wing back during the World Cup was waste of Pace, Strength...

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 12:07am On Sep 16
Thomas Dennerby: Swedish coach considers leaving Super Falcons job

The 60-year-old tactician is on the verge of leaving his position after 18 months in charge of the African champions
Thomas Dennerby is considering quitting as head coach of the Nigeria women's senior team, Goal can exclusively report.
Dennerby, who returned to his native country of
Sweden two weeks ago, is not back in Nigeria to lead the team against the Elephants with two weeks to go to the first leg tie in Abidjan.
The Swede left the country after leading the Super Falcons to the third round of the African Women's Olympic qualifiers. This was after a 3-0 aggregate win over Algeria but he is now on the verge of leaving his post.

The 60-year-old gaffer, who led Sweden to finish third at the 2011 Women's World Cup in
Germany, had signed a two-and-a-half-year contract to take charge of the team in January 2018.
In his last 18-months in charge, Dennerby led Nigeria to a third-place finish at the 2018 Wafu Women's Cup in Cote d'Ivoire, where he returned to lift the title in 2019.
He also won the 2018 African Women's Cup of Nations in Ghana and later steered the nation to the Women's World Cup knockout stage for the first time in 20 years in France earlier this summer.
Dennerby and the Nigeria Football Federation are yet to comment on the matter, but a top NFF source told Goal the gaffer is threatening to quit due to his frustration and lack of support.
"It is a serious matter because he [Thomas Dennerby] has been complaining about a lack of support which was not really from the NFF leadership but the secretariat," the source informed Goal.
"Most of his demands are administrative. He wants a permanent residence in Nigeria to stay and also support to travel around and see league matches week in, week out.
"Although he is still being owed one to two months he is not complaining about the money but the necessary administrative backing for his day-to-day activities.
"I also think the major reason why he is not happy was the fact he was not informed about some of his key players taken to the African Games when he was planning for the Olympic qualifiers.
"Well, he felt his job was tied to the Olympics and denying access to his best players was possibly a ploy to sabotage him. We don't know if he will return or not but these are some of his demands."
Having learned about Dennerby's stance, the NFF has swiftly drafted U20 women's head coach Christopher Danjuma to lead the team against Clementine Toure's side, on the interim basis.
Danjuma, who recently invited 37 players, will be assisted by his U20 assistants - Wemimo Matthew and Abdul-lateef Yusuf as the Super Falcons open camp in Abuja on Sunday.
It is not the first time Dennerby had threatened to quit for similar reasons. At the moment, it is unclear whether the NFF, led by Amaju Pinnick, will be interested to honour the demands of Dennerby.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by TheSuperNerd(m): 10:02am On Sep 16
Osinachi Ohale made a winning debut for Real Madrid Femini (aka CD Tacon) yesterday.

Oshoala came off the bench in Barca femeni's 1-1 draw with Rayo Vallecano.


And Chidinma Okeke played all 90 as Madrid CF lost 3-0 to Atletico Madrid femeni

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by TheSuperNerd(m): 10:10am On Sep 16
Updates on the likes of Ogonna Chukwudi of Djurgardens, Anam Imo of Rosengard and Iniabasi Umotong of Brighton....

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 1:58pm On Sep 16
REVEALED: Why Dennerby Dumped Super Falcons, Danjuma Drafted In



0 comments, 16/09/2019, by Best Choice Sports, in Investigation, News

By Amaechi Agbo

Super Falcons Coach, Thomas Dennerby has left the team unceremoniously over claims that some influential members of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) were interfering in his work as Falconets coach, Chris Danjuma has been drafted in to take charge of the team as they play in the second round of the 2020 Olympic qualifier against Cote d’Ivoire later this month, Bestchoicesports.com.ng can report.

The 60-year-old Dennerby has been in-charge of the Super Falcons for over 18 months. He was engaged in January, 2018.

Also read http://bestchoicesports.com.ng/revealed-nff-cabals-plan-to-frustrate-dennerby-out-of-super-falcons/

Best Choice Sports had in August reported plans by a cabal in the NFF to frustrate Dennerby out of the team. The cabal who are from the Secretariat and Women Department of the federation worked against the wishes of the coach to have his former assistant, Maureen Mmadu retained as well as blocked him from inviting Falcons combative midfielder, Rita Chikwelu, and others to the qualifiers against Algeria.

A source close to the NFF said the Swede, who led Nigeria to yet another African Women Nations Cup triumph last year and the round of 16 at the France 2019 Women World Cup, left the country immediately after Nigeria’s Tokyo 2020 Olympics qualifier against Algeria at the Agege Stadium on September 3.

“Dennerby complained that some NFF officials were making his job difficult for some selfish reasons. These officials ensured that some players, who complained that they were being owed allowances and winning bonuses, were shut out of the national team. These officials wield enormous power in the women teams.

Super Falcns won the 2018 AWCON in Ghana

“He got angry that these people have taken their activities to his team selection and decided the best thing to do was to go away. But we are trying to talk to him and address his concerns in the interest of the nation,” the source said.

Before he left, Dennerby was preparing the Super Falcons for a Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games qualifier against Cote d’Ivoire for which the federation recently invited 30 overseas and home-based players to camp. The players, according to the NFF, are expected to arrive in camp today, but the source said Dennerby may not likely return to lead the team against Cote d’Ivoire unless on-going efforts to convince him to return succeeds. The source added that the crisis infested NFF has asked Falconets’ Head Coach, Christopher Danjuma to take charge of the team for the Cote d’Ivoire game.

More facts that the Swedish had abandoned the team emerged when on 13th of September, NFF released the list of the players to prosecute the matches against Cote d’Ivoire with Dennerby’s name not mentioned in the release. This was in contradiction with the earlier release the NFF made when the team tackled Algeria in the second round qualifier.

In the release made on 7th August, the NFF said “Tokyo 2020: Dennerby invites 30 Super Falcons for Algeria,” with Dennerby’s name appearing in the headline and lead of the release unlike the 13th September release with the heading “Tokyo 2020: Super Falcons to regroup for Cote d’Ivoire,” with the coaches name never mentioned a single time.

Dennerby, who returned to his native country of Sweden two weeks ago, is not back in Nigeria to lead the team against the Elephants with two weeks to go to the first leg tie in Abidjan.

The Swede left the country after leading the Super Falcons to the third round of the African Women’s Olympic qualifiers. This was after a 3-0 aggregate win over Algeria but he is now on the verge of leaving his post.

The 60-year-old gaffer, who led Sweden to finish third at the 2011 Women’s World Cup in Germany, had signed a two-and-a-half-year contract to take charge of the team in January 2018.

In his last 18-months in charge, Dennerby led Nigeria to a third-place finish at the 2018 Wafu Women’s Cup in Cote d’Ivoire, where he returned to lift the title in 2019.

He also won the 2018 African Women’s Cup of Nations in Ghana and later steered the nation to the Women’s World Cup knockout stage for the first time in 20 years in France earlier this summer.

Dennerby and the Nigeria Football Federation are yet to comment on the matter, but a top NFF source told Goal the gaffer is threatening to quit due to his frustration and lack of support.

“It is a serious matter because he [Thomas Dennerby] has been complaining about a lack of support which was not really from the NFF leadership but the secretariat,” the source informed Goal.

“Most of his demands are administrative. He wants a permanent residence in Nigeria to stay and also support to travel around and see league matches week in, week out.

“Although he is still being owed one to two months he is not complaining about the money but the necessary administrative backing for his day-to-day activities.

“I also think the major reason why he is not happy was the fact he was not informed about some of his key players taken to the African Games when he was planning for the Olympic qualifiers.

“Well, he felt his job was tied to the Olympics and denying access to his best players was possibly a ploy to sabotage him. We don’t know if he will return or not but these are some of his demands.”

Having learned about Dennerby’s stance, the NFF has swiftly drafted U20 women’s head coach Christopher Danjuma to lead the team against Clementine Toure’s side, on the interim basis.

Danjuma, who recently invited 37 players, will be assisted by his U20 assistants – Wemimo Matthew and Abdul-lateef Yusuf as the Super Falcons open camp in Abuja on Sunday.

It is not the first time Dennerby had threatened to quit for similar reasons. At the moment, it is unclear whether the NFF, led by Amaju Pinnick, will be interested to honour the demands of Dennerby.

The Super Falcons camp opened in Abuja on Sunday while the first leg of the qualifier will hold at on September 30 while the return leg will hold on 6th October at Agege Stadium, Lagos.

Thomas Dennerby’s contract was to expire after the Olympics in August 2020.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by sanpipita(m): 8:56pm On Sep 17
Things seem to have escalated quickly, did dennerby resign?
https://twitter.com/NGSuper_Falcons/status/1174036747237363712
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 10:17pm On Sep 17
sanpipita:
Things seem to have escalated quickly, did dennerby resign?

https://twitter.com/NGSuper_Falcons/status/1174036747237363712
For the Acting coach to take such a drastic decision, shows that Dennerby is indeed gone.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by sanpipita(m): 11:24pm On Sep 17
PDPGuy:

For the Acting coach to take such a drastic decision, shows that Dennerby is indeed gone.

True I don't even understand need to change captain, unless its just for Olympics qualifiers
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 11:09am On Sep 18
Somehow i feel oparanozie is gone for good
sanpipita:


True I don't even understand need to change captain, unless its just for Olympics qualifiers
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 4:54pm On Sep 18
Update: After the meeting between NFF and minister of youth and sports on Tuesday, Thomas Dennerby has been contacted to arrive Nigerian by weekend.

He will be having a meeting with the minister, ministry staff and NFF to find out on what the issues are and deliberate on a way forward so that he can continue as the Super Falcons coach.

More to follow......

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by lakesidepapa(m): 6:36pm On Sep 18
Schemerkhiz:
Update: After the meeting between NFF and minister of youth and sports on Tuesday, Thomas Dennerby has been contacted to arrive Nigerian by weekend.

He will be having a meeting with the minister, ministry staff and NFF to find out on what the issues are and deliberate on a way forward so that he can continue as the Super Falcons coach.

More to follow......

Good one from Mr. Dare Are, I know the Ministry will strive under him.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 9:47pm On Sep 19
Spanish club, SD Eibar have captured Nigerian striker, Charity Adule from Bllk Kazygurt, Champions of the Kazakhstan league.

Adule 25, offers absolute international exposure through her country since 2013, signed in 2014 for the aforementioned team, with which she has won all the domestic laurels available in Kazakhstan since that date.


In addition, the new Sociedad Deportiva Eibar Femenino player has played nine UEFA Champions League matches with the Kazakh team, in which she has scored 2 goals.

Charity Ogbenyealu Adule is one of the players in the famous U-20 falconets that finished as runner -up at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Germany nine years ago.


The former Bayelsa Queens and Rivers Angels star will be representing her new team in the Primera División B.


She is the third Nigerian female professional to migrate to Spain in 2019 after Asisat Oshoala who is currently starring for Barcelona Femení and Chidinma Okeke who recently just put pen to paper for Madrid Club de Fútbol Femenino.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by lakesidepapa(m): 10:52pm On Sep 19
Schemerkhiz:
Spanish club, SD Eibar have captured Nigerian striker, Charity Adule from Bllk Kazygurt, Champions of the Kazakhstan league.

Adule 25, offers absolute international exposure through her country since 2013, signed in 2014 for the aforementioned team, with which she has won all the domestic laurels available in Kazakhstan since that date.


In addition, the new Sociedad Deportiva Eibar Femenino player has played nine UEFA Champions League matches with the Kazakh team, in which she has scored 2 goals.

Charity Ogbenyealu Adule is one of the players in the famous U-20 falconets that finished as runner -up at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Germany nine years ago.


The former Bayelsa Queens and Rivers Angels star will be representing her new team in the Primera División B.


She is the third Nigerian female professional to migrate to Spain in 2019 after Asisat Oshoala who is currently starring for Barcelona Femení and Chidinma Okeke who recently just put pen to paper for Madrid Club de Fútbol Femenino.


Is she a midfielder?
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by TheSuperNerd(m): 11:11pm On Sep 19
Actually she is the fourth. Oshoala, Okeke, Ohale and now Adule...

Osinachi Ohale is now with Real Madrid's ladies team known as CD Tacon.


Schemerkhiz:
Spanish club, SD Eibar have captured Nigerian striker, Charity Adule from Bllk Kazygurt, Champions of the Kazakhstan league.

Adule 25, offers absolute international exposure through her country since 2013, signed in 2014 for the aforementioned team, with which she has won all the domestic laurels available in Kazakhstan since that date.


In addition, the new Sociedad Deportiva Eibar Femenino player has played nine UEFA Champions League matches with the Kazakh team, in which she has scored 2 goals.

Charity Ogbenyealu Adule is one of the players in the famous U-20 falconets that finished as runner -up at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Germany nine years ago.


The former Bayelsa Queens and Rivers Angels star will be representing her new team in the Primera División B.


She is the third Nigerian female professional to migrate to Spain in 2019 after Asisat Oshoala who is currently starring for Barcelona Femení and Chidinma Okeke who recently just put pen to paper for Madrid Club de Fútbol Femenino.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 7:21am On Sep 20
TheSuperNerd:
Actually she is the fourth. Oshoala, Okeke, Ohale and now Adule...

Osinachi Ohale is now with Real Madrid's ladies team known as CD Tacon.









5th Peace Efih is also there
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by TheSuperNerd(m): 10:37am On Sep 20
Can you imagine? Abeg you sure say we no get any other... should we also count Toni Payne? Lol...

Meanwhile which club does Peace play for?


BascoVanVeli:



5th Peace Efih is also there

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 1:02pm On Sep 20
TheSuperNerd:
Can you imagine? Abeg you sure say we no get any other... should we also count Toni Payne? Lol...

Meanwhile which club does Peace play for?



Lol abeg add Ms. Payne to the list also biko.

Sporting de Huelva
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by TheSuperNerd(m): 2:57pm On Sep 20
Huelva... wow. Thanks.

So with Payne we get six naija babes for Spain top flight... this is getting better and better... lol


BascoVanVeli:


Lol abeg add Ms. Payne to the list also biko.

Sporting de Huelva

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Dedetwo(m): 4:08pm On Sep 20
Schemerkhiz:
REVEALED: Why Dennerby Dumped Super Falcons, Danjuma Drafted In



0 comments, 16/09/2019, by Best Choice Sports, in Investigation, News

By Amaechi Agbo

Super Falcons Coach, Thomas Dennerby has left the team unceremoniously over claims that some influential members of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) were interfering in his work as Falconets coach, Chris Danjuma has been drafted in to take charge of the team as they play in the second round of the 2020 Olympic qualifier against Cote d’Ivoire later this month, Bestchoicesports.com.ng can report.

The 60-year-old Dennerby has been in-charge of the Super Falcons for over 18 months. He was engaged in January, 2018.

Also read http://bestchoicesports.com.ng/revealed-nff-cabals-plan-to-frustrate-dennerby-out-of-super-falcons/

Best Choice Sports had in August reported plans by a cabal in the NFF to frustrate Dennerby out of the team. The cabal who are from the Secretariat and Women Department of the federation worked against the wishes of the coach to have his former assistant, Maureen Mmadu retained as well as blocked him from inviting Falcons combative midfielder, Rita Chikwelu, and others to the qualifiers against Algeria.

A source close to the NFF said the Swede, who led Nigeria to yet another African Women Nations Cup triumph last year and the round of 16 at the France 2019 Women World Cup, left the country immediately after Nigeria’s Tokyo 2020 Olympics qualifier against Algeria at the Agege Stadium on September 3.

“Dennerby complained that some NFF officials were making his job difficult for some selfish reasons. These officials ensured that some players, who complained that they were being owed allowances and winning bonuses, were shut out of the national team. These officials wield enormous power in the women teams.

Super Falcns won the 2018 AWCON in Ghana

“He got angry that these people have taken their activities to his team selection and decided the best thing to do was to go away. But we are trying to talk to him and address his concerns in the interest of the nation,” the source said.

Before he left, Dennerby was preparing the Super Falcons for a Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games qualifier against Cote d’Ivoire for which the federation recently invited 30 overseas and home-based players to camp. The players, according to the NFF, are expected to arrive in camp today, but the source said Dennerby may not likely return to lead the team against Cote d’Ivoire unless on-going efforts to convince him to return succeeds. The source added that the crisis infested NFF has asked Falconets’ Head Coach, Christopher Danjuma to take charge of the team for the Cote d’Ivoire game.

More facts that the Swedish had abandoned the team emerged when on 13th of September, NFF released the list of the players to prosecute the matches against Cote d’Ivoire with Dennerby’s name not mentioned in the release. This was in contradiction with the earlier release the NFF made when the team tackled Algeria in the second round qualifier.

In the release made on 7th August, the NFF said “Tokyo 2020: Dennerby invites 30 Super Falcons for Algeria,” with Dennerby’s name appearing in the headline and lead of the release unlike the 13th September release with the heading “Tokyo 2020: Super Falcons to regroup for Cote d’Ivoire,” with the coaches name never mentioned a single time.

Dennerby, who returned to his native country of Sweden two weeks ago, is not back in Nigeria to lead the team against the Elephants with two weeks to go to the first leg tie in Abidjan.

The Swede left the country after leading the Super Falcons to the third round of the African Women’s Olympic qualifiers. This was after a 3-0 aggregate win over Algeria but he is now on the verge of leaving his post.

The 60-year-old gaffer, who led Sweden to finish third at the 2011 Women’s World Cup in Germany, had signed a two-and-a-half-year contract to take charge of the team in January 2018.

In his last 18-months in charge, Dennerby led Nigeria to a third-place finish at the 2018 Wafu Women’s Cup in Cote d’Ivoire, where he returned to lift the title in 2019.

He also won the 2018 African Women’s Cup of Nations in Ghana and later steered the nation to the Women’s World Cup knockout stage for the first time in 20 years in France earlier this summer.

Dennerby and the Nigeria Football Federation are yet to comment on the matter, but a top NFF source told Goal the gaffer is threatening to quit due to his frustration and lack of support.

“It is a serious matter because he [Thomas Dennerby] has been complaining about a lack of support which was not really from the NFF leadership but the secretariat,” the source informed Goal.

“Most of his demands are administrative. He wants a permanent residence in Nigeria to stay and also support to travel around and see league matches week in, week out.

“Although he is still being owed one to two months he is not complaining about the money but the necessary administrative backing for his day-to-day activities.

“I also think the major reason why he is not happy was the fact he was not informed about some of his key players taken to the African Games when he was planning for the Olympic qualifiers.

“Well, he felt his job was tied to the Olympics and denying access to his best players was possibly a ploy to sabotage him. We don’t know if he will return or not but these are some of his demands.”

Having learned about Dennerby’s stance, the NFF has swiftly drafted U20 women’s head coach Christopher Danjuma to lead the team against Clementine Toure’s side, on the interim basis.

Danjuma, who recently invited 37 players, will be assisted by his U20 assistants – Wemimo Matthew and Abdul-lateef Yusuf as the Super Falcons open camp in Abuja on Sunday.

It is not the first time Dennerby had threatened to quit for similar reasons. At the moment, it is unclear whether the NFF, led by Amaju Pinnick, will be interested to honour the demands of Dennerby.

The Super Falcons camp opened in Abuja on Sunday while the first leg of the qualifier will hold at on September 30 while the return leg will hold on 6th October at Agege Stadium, Lagos.

Thomas Dennerby’s contract was to expire after the Olympics in August 2020.


I had been happy if Thomas Dennerby could pronounce the names of the cabal and influential members of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) who seemed to interfere with the progress of Falcons.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Dedetwo(m): 4:09pm On Sep 20
sanpipita:


True I don't even understand need to change captain, unless its just for Olympics qualifiers

The cabal at work.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by ykalhaji(m): 3:04am
Why is there always a cabal in almost all Naija settings... Them use cabal do us abi na wetin ?
Any news about Dennerby abeg ?

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