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|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 4:29pm On Mar 10|
Zambia have qualified for the Olympic Game.... Cameroon to play intercontinental play off against Chile to decide the last slot.
|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 4:32pm On Mar 10|
U are right if any country want the trophy they need to come out and fight for it we are also strong mentally ,more top level players ..Cameroon and south Africa have given it all but they still can't wrestle the trophy from us
|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 4:34pm On Mar 10|
Akinwunmi, who doubles as Eko_Football
boss admonished the Flamingos players to stay focused on excelling and avoid distractions, while reiterating the
support in the team’s qualification bid for #U17WWC.
|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by mostob(m): 7:59pm On Mar 10|
Schemerkhiz:This Jersey too big abeg
|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Honesty007(m): 11:47pm On Mar 10|
The subscriptions are back.
If I blow that hem is Samuel eh
Pls woman dribble most,let's know now oh so thatwe we don't start playing fiddle to any little team at. A high expectation match
|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by jimmyiovine: 9:29am On Mar 11|
Make we employ coach first lol. We have even submitted bid to host it
|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 7:39pm On Mar 11|
Highlights of our U17 destroying Guinea.
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|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by solonnachi: 8:20pm On Mar 11|
|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 4:34pm On Mar 13|
12 Falconets decamped ahead World Cup qualifier
March 13, 2020
Ahead of next weekend’s Africa Zone FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup first leg qualifier against Burkina Faso, Falconets Moses Adiku has decamped 12 players out of 37 that began camping two weeks ago.
Adiku who spoke after the training, said he retained 25 players to enable the technical crew concentrate and work on the lapses already identified.
He said the Burkinabes were not push over in female football especially at this level and every Africa nation want to be represented at FIFA-organised competitions, adding “our players have advantage due to their involvement in our domestic league.
“I have requested for the match tape of Burkina Faso. You know this is football, you can’t underrate any team. Women football is fast growing in Africa unlike before when our national teams had easy passage in both CAF and FIFA-organised championships.
“My target is to win the first leg in Ouagadougou with wide margin like what the Flamingoes did to Guinea by beating them 6 -1 to make the return leg a formality. My joy is that some of the girls are not new to international competitions.
“The girls also know the importance of the qualifier and only the best I will be selected for the match. For now the camp is injury free and I pray it continues to be injury free throughout our qualifiers,” he said.
The Falconets yesterday played a scoreless draw with Nasarawa Amazon in a friendly match after they lost
2-1 to Abuja U-17 Boys in their first warm up game.
The 2020 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup will be co-hosted by Costa Rica and Panama in August.
|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by solonnachi: 3:43pm On Mar 14|
Due to corona scare, the game may be shifted
|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 6:19pm On Mar 14|
Full time: Flamingoes 5-1 Guinea (11-2 on aggregate)
|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 11:21pm On Mar 14|
Lol i was scrolling through the thread a saw this is this the reason most of our player now play in Spain ??
|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 9:21am On Mar 18|
U20 Women's World Cup qualifier: Falconets pummel Naija Ratels in friendly
goal.comMar 16, 2020 7:05 AM
Moses Aduku's side continued with their fine build-up in training for Burkina Faso as they thumped the amateur side on Sunday
The Nigeria U20 women's team stepped up their preparation for their Burkina Faso showdown with a 7-0 win over Naija Ratels at the Fifa Goal Project pitch, Abuja on Sunday.
The Falconets had previously played two warm-up games since their resumption of camp on March 1, losing 2-1 to Abuja U17 boys before a playing out a 0-0 draw with Nasarawa Amazons.
Moses Aduku's ladies continued their build-up with captain Gift Monday giving them an early lead from a goalmouth scramble against the Women's Amateur League side in the 15th minute.
Esther Onyenezide doubled the lead moments later before Blessing Okpe breezed past her markers to net a third of the match and Joy Omewa made it 4-0 five minutes from before half-time.
The ruthless national side continued from where they left in the first half despite fresh legs introduced as Grace Igboamalu added the fifth and Precious Christopher grabbed a brace to seal the triumph.
The win was the first for Aduku's team in three warm-up matches and they have scored eight goals, conceding just twice.
The Falconets were initially scheduled to battle Burkina Faso in the first round of the U20 Women’s World Cup qualifier on March 21 but has now been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
|Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 7:23am On Mar 26|
Why I joined Belarus side, FK Minsk – Chioma Wogu
March 26, 2020
FK Minsk player, Chioma Wogu has opened up on her excitement after her successful move from the Nigeria Women’s Professional League to the Belarusian premier league with top division side, FK Minsk.
In a chat with www.brila.net, the Former Rivers Angels’ player said the move was prayers answered as the transfer was fueled by her desire to play in the biggest European club competition the ‘UEFA Champions women’s league’.
“I’ve been praying for it to happen, when I was called to come for trials I was very happy, because as ladies we have limited time to pursue this game, so we can settle down before people started asking questions and when the Offer came to go to Belarus I jumped at it as I wanted to experience football outside Nigeria.”
On her choice to settle for Belarus women champions, FK Minsk she added that it was a chance to expose herself to the world “The most important I needed was to play champions League, I always prayed about, I just want to get the Champions League experience, even if it meant playing in the lowest leagues in the world as long as I can play Champions league, this way other clubs will see me and sign me.”
The Former Rivers Angels’ goal poacher disclosed her zeal to shine and make an impact with FK Minsk, she said:
“Personally I want the world to hear my name and my exploits in the league, my target is to secure a starting shirt and score lots of goals and with my influence win all the trophies available for the team.”
Chioma Wogu Success who made her debut appearance at the 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations is set to be unveiled on 29th, March 2020.
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