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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 10:16pm On Sep 17
Highlights of South Africa thrashing Ghana grin



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2x_MnJoANUY

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 2:34am On Sep 18
We got Onome to handle Kgatlana. No shaking
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BOOOMNAIJA: 3:59pm On Sep 18
Wen is our next match oo
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 4:34pm On Sep 18
BOOOMNAIJA:
Wen is our next match oo
On Tuesday vs South Africa
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by AkinDS: 7:48pm On Sep 18
Kgatlana is faster than Ebi. And I have little or no confidence in Akudo Ogbonna.
It will be an interesting game as after the first set of games, South Africa seems to be playing the best football of the six teams.
PDPGuy:
We got Onome to handle Kgatlana. No shaking
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Pidginwhisper: 8:14pm On Sep 18
AkinDS:
Kgatlana is faster than Ebi. And I have little or no confidence in Akudo Ogbonna.
It will be an interesting game as after the first set of games, South Africa seems to be playing the best football of the six teams.
it’s not about being fast but experience. Kgatlana has nothing on ebi. Experience defenders wouldn’t need to be fast with you stop your attacking threat. I don’t see anything special in her. Ghana has lost it. That’s just it.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by AkinDS: 9:50pm On Sep 18
...The same experience that let Kgatlana blow by Ebi and score the winning goal in the last AWCON, or the same experience that led Randy Waldrum to substitute a sluggish Rita Chikwelu in the Mali game for the much more dynamic and quicker Regina Otu?
Sure.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5kFZrz9OLc
- watch from min. 1:08 and see how she left Ebi for dead to score the brilliant goal.
Pidginwhisper:
it’s not about being fast but experience. Kgatlana has nothing on ebi. Experience defenders wouldn’t need to be fast with you stop your attacking threat. I don’t see anything special in her. Ghana has lost it. That’s just it.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by GeneralDae: 10:35pm On Sep 18
AkinDS:
...The same experience that let Kgatlana blow by Ebi and score the winning goal in the last AWCON, or the same experience that led Randy Waldrum to substitute a sluggish Rita Chikwelu in the Mali game for the much more dynamic and quicker Regina Otu?
Sure.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5kFZrz9OLc
- watch from min. 1:08 and see how she left Ebi for dead to score the brilliant goal.
But Ebi and Ohale ( though slow or aged ) are probably our best defenders at the moment. I blame Oluehi for that Kgatlana goal at the first match (AWCON) than Ebi, and in the final when they met again, kgatlana had no answer to Ebi, Ngozi, Chuckwunoye, and Ohale. She was lost in that final.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by AkinDS: 12:09am On Sep 19
No disputing that they are still our best centerbacks. However, you cannot discountenance the fact that Thembi has improved dramatically from 2018 and she is in top form now. Sharper, smarter and quicker on the ball. Her playing in the Spanish Iberdola has really helped her improve her overall game. She is a whole better now, than in 2018.
The problem we have is the likes of Ngozi, Ebi, Ohale, Chikwelu, etc, have tacked on a few more years and have slowed a bit since 2018. Thembi is only 25 and is near or at her peak.
The SA / Nigeria game will definitely be a very good test of the 2 best teams on the continent.
GeneralDae:

But Ebi and Ohale ( though slow or aged ) are probably our best defenders at the moment. I blame Oluehi for that Kgatlana goal at the first match (AWCON) than Ebi, and in the final when they met again, kgatlana had no answer to Ebi, Ngozi, Chuckwunoye, and Ohale. She was lost in that final.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by CoolJulian: 5:13am On Sep 19
AkinDS:
Kgatlana is faster than Ebi. And I have little or no confidence in Akudo Ogbonna.
It will be an interesting game as after the first set of games, South Africa seems to be playing the best football of the six teams.

They are playing the best football cos they defeated that weakened Ghanaian team? From the highlights I watched, I did not notice anything special in their play, or... You watched the full match?

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 9:53am On Sep 19
GeneralDae:

But Ebi and Ohale ( though slow or aged ) are probably our best defenders at the moment. I blame Oluehi for that Kgatlana goal at the first match (AWCON) than Ebi, and in the final when they met again, kgatlana had no answer to Ebi, Ngozi, Chuckwunoye, and Ohale. She was lost in that final.


Osinachi Ohale is the fastest among our Defenders right from 2010 till date. You can't beat Ohale in terms of Speed no matter how quick the forward is..

As for Onome Ebi, with the way she's playing even at 38years I bet you she's the best Center Back in Africa. She have got the Experience and her positional awareness gives her the edge over the Younger attackers.

Randy would have paired Ikidi and Ebi but no he didn't because he considered their speed too that's why he paired the younger and quicker Esther Akudo Ogbonna with Onome Ebi against Mali.. Akudo keeps getting better with each game she plays..

Randy will definitely start Rita against the Banyana Banyana of South Africa but I would love to see Coach Randy taking the risk of Playing Regina Otu ahead of Rita Chikwelu in that Defensive Midfield position..

I think Joy Bokiri didn't have a bad game either but some of her double touches let her down in the first half against Mali..

Okobi seems to have lost it but she's arguably the best we have around for the Aisha Buhari Cup right now. It's up to her to be the Okobi she used to be..

Then upfront Desire did well in the first half against Mali but due to our poor Midfield the attack couldn't function..
I will leave her out to heal from the cut she sustained against Mali at the end of the first half...
Play Kanu, Oshoala and Ordega upfront..
Bring in Gift Monday and Vivian Ikechukwu as Substitute..

Amarachi Okoronkwo even after playing in Finland �� for some years back when the finnish league was top notch then during the time of Cynthia Uwak, Soo Adekwage, Juliana Bawa, Joy Okwodua, Racheal Ayegaba hasn't really impressed me till date except her robust style of play.. She's only good at playing against a well known Physical Opponents.



South Africa major strength lies in Thembi kgatlana cause they mainly distribute the balls to her for her to use her pace and Skills but if those supplies can be cut off just like they did during the AWCON final in 2018, the Falcon are good to go..

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PROVERBZ(m): 11:19am On Sep 19
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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 1:03pm On Sep 19
Highlights of Cameroon vs Morocco

Cameroon didn't convert their chances and Morocco scored their only one.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_Dx77s2SAc

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by naptu2: 5:05pm On Sep 19
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by naptu2: 4:49pm On Sep 20
Cameroon 0-0 Ghana. It's half time.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXRD4cM0iNc

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by naptu2: 5:17pm On Sep 20
Beautiful goal by Ghana.

Cameroon 0-0 Ghana.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by labas370(f): 5:49pm On Sep 20
cameroon is going down. I wish nigeria can maintain this ABC tournament. It will help the development of african women football. Tomorrow will be interesting to see how SF will thrash BB

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by labas370(f): 5:50pm On Sep 20
Now 2:0.. ghana winning

naptu2:
Beautiful goal by Ghana.

Cameroon 0-0 Ghana.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by AkinDS: 5:54pm On Sep 20
Didn't see this coming. Kudos to Ghana.
This scalp will most certainly boost their confidence for their game against Nigeria next month.
labas370:
Now 2:0.. ghana winning

Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PROVERBZ(m): 6:28pm On Sep 20
labas370:
cameroon is going down. I wish nigeria can maintain this ABC tournament. It will help the development of african women football. Tomorrow will be interesting to see how SF will thrash BB
omo. The only people this tournament is not sweeting is Cameroon. And it's cuz they have not been winning.
Every thing was done well.
The Moroccan team tagged it an experience they would never forget.
South Africans are paying huge attention to the competition.
Ghanians are loving themselves right now.
Mali are just happy to be here they having the time of their life.

I'm really proud of the competition

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 8:22pm On Sep 20
Highlights of Ghana vs Cameroon


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNjNBgmcOc8

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 9:57am On Sep 21
NFF president, Amaju Pinnick says next year's Aisha Buhari Cup will held in Abuja, bigger and better than the first edition. For the 2022 edition he hinted that two European countries will participate in the event that will be held at the renovated MKO Abiola Stadium, Abuja, he said these at the celebration of the Super Falcons class of 1999. Meanwhile, the General Manager of Rivers Angels, Matilda Otuene, has celebrated the voting of Rivers Angels as the women Club of the Year. An estactic Matilda said she never expected the award. Monday Gift of FC Robo of Lagos was voted Player of the Year (Local), Assisat Oshoala - Player of the Year (Foreign) and Moses Aduku of Bayelsa Queens, Coach of the Year.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 3:43pm On Sep 21
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 4:10pm On Sep 21
Shitttt... Own Goal from Alozie


GOAL!!! Bayana Bayana have scored from their first opportunity from this game.. a low cross from Kgatlana Tembil to Kgadiete went off target as Alozie score an own.

6' Nigeria 0-1 South Africa

#AishaBuhariCup
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 4:19pm On Sep 21
Goal number two (2) to South Africa
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 4:19pm On Sep 21
I warned u guys about south Africa
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 4:21pm On Sep 21
Which kind of nonsense is this
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 4:23pm On Sep 21
Nigeria Score but Goal disallowed by the Center Referee.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by marvin906(m): 4:24pm On Sep 21
Super sport isn't showing it
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 4:27pm On Sep 21
God has Blessed Nigeria with Regina Otu....
She's Good, infact Gooder than expected

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by CornOak(m): 4:28pm On Sep 21
BascoVanVeli:
I warned u guys about south Africa

There's nothing spectacular about this South African side.

The two goals clearly came from our players' mistakes.

Aside from this, the Super Falcons have dominated the game all day long.

I believe we'll come from behind to win the game. wink

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