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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 5:50am On Oct 26
Coach Clémentine Touré "We need friendly matches"

Coach Clémentine Touré, a few minutes from the end of the recital against Niger, is already looking ahead to the second round match against Nigeria. Knowing the qualities of the Nigerian team, which has in its ranks many internationals including the current African Golden Ball Asisat Oshoala, C. Touré wants to tackle this second round scheduled for February 2022 in the best conditions. friendly matches will allow him to sharpen his weapons to achieve a good result against Nigeria. With this beautiful performance from our Elephants, his call will surely be heard.

Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 6:09am On Oct 26
Very iconic...
2016 AWCON...

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 8:23am On Oct 26
AndSunGorilla:

Sorry to derail the thread, just wanted to check if Bayelsa United were able to qualify as you predicted cos the Tunisian team aren't better than them. Thank you.


When did I make that prediction? Saying 'So let's see wat happens' is not a prediction Sir. Even at that I wouldn't be the first to get a prediction wrong so who bloody cares.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by AndSunGorilla: 11:55am On Oct 26
BascoVanVeli:



When did I make that prediction? Saying 'So let's see wat happens' is not a prediction Sir. Even at that I wouldn't be the first to get a prediction wrong so who bloody cares.
Bros haba now, sorry say I put your blood inside kettle come place am for stove. Meanwhile, hopeful your prediction against CIV for the SF would be right this time but for sure, I highly doubt if there would be any massive spanking or whooping this time, around as you predicted. We might just get through by the skin of our teeth.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 12:50pm On Oct 26
AndSunGorilla:

Bros haba now, sorry say I put your blood inside kettle come place am for stove. Meanwhile, hopeful your prediction against CIV for the SF would be right this time but for sure, I highly doubt if there would be any massive spanking or whooping this time, around as you predicted. We might just get through by the skin of our teeth.


I expect to win by at least a 4 to 5 goal margin. The ladies will definitely be up for the match up seeing that it is about revenge. I don't rate that defeat anyways because the NFF caused it.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 1:08pm On Oct 26
That semifinal against south africa was something else south Africa came to play on that day , the way Nigeria transition from defense to attack was quick and beautiful ikidi was unplayable and the referee also denied us a clean penalty after a swift counter attack
Schemerkhiz:
Very iconic...
2016 AWCON...

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by GeneralDae: 2:00pm On Oct 26
isan:
That semifinal against south africa was something else south Africa came to play on that day , the way Nigeria transition from defense to attack was quick and beautiful ikidi was unplayable and the referee also denied us a clean penalty after a swift counter attack
They had their problems then, but the best thing about that team was their movements on and off the ball. Their movements and transition from defence to attack was excellent.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by robosky02(m): 2:21pm On Oct 26
Schemerkhiz:
No matter how difficult the game's they played then, She always carved out a way for them to win... During her tenure that was the last time the Superfalcons played quick and Pacy football..



Let's get back our ex professionals. They do it better

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by AndSunGorilla: 2:29pm On Oct 26
BascoVanVeli:



I expect to win by at least a 4 to 5 goal margin. The ladies will definitely be up for the match up seeing that it is about revenge. I don't rate that defeat anyways because the NFF caused it.
But has the NFF changed yet such that there won't be a reoccurrence? Has the coaching crew changed yet? When I read about how Omagbemi was unjustly sent off and seeing our current performance, maybe Karma is indeed real.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 3:27pm On Oct 26
isan:
That semifinal against south africa was something else south Africa came to play on that day , the way Nigeria transition from defense to attack was quick and beautiful ikidi was unplayable and the referee also denied us a clean penalty after a swift counter attack

One of Faith Ikidi best game for the Superfalcons from 2011 till date.after the FIFA Women's World Cup game against Germany in 2011..
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 3:31pm On Oct 26
This was the game video against South Africa then, though not very clear but enjoyable..

The Counter then was Super fast...
Asin Pacy Football. At least they had a pattern of play unlike now..



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qA3vJpo2QU
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 3:31pm On Oct 26
If NFF had left Florence Omagbemi to continue with the team, I believe the Superfalcons would have been a better team by now..
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 3:35pm On Oct 26
Against Cameroon during the final the Lionesses didn't give the Superfalcons the chance to play their games but we had our way over them...

We were Passing well then, Better Defending. Asin 2016 was the Last time Superfalcons had a team..
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by carbonado(m): 5:16pm On Oct 26
Schemerkhiz:
This was the game video against South Africa then, though not very clear but enjoyable..

The Counter then was Super fast...
Asin Pacy Football. At least they had a pattern of play unlike now..



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qA3vJpo2QU
.....SEE FOOTBALL.......Its a shame on N.F.F for letting us regress this much, by now, Nigeria should be a world class team and not just an African team. This news i want to hear now, is that the coach has been sacked.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 5:39pm On Oct 26
carbonado:
.....SEE FOOTBALL.......Its a shame on N.F.F for letting us regress this much, by now, Nigeria should be a world class team and not just an African team. This news i want to hear now, is that the coach has been sacked.

I da tell you, they were Springing at least 6 passes together and with much pace, they had confidence on the ball, once they lose the ball they get it back as soon as possible.. Asin Florence Omagbemi would have done a great job with the team if she had stayed longer and she would have also developed more as a World Class Coach herself..

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 5:47pm On Oct 26
Having a Technical bench of Florence Omagbemi, Mercy Akide Udoh, Perpetual Nkwocha or Ayisat Aramriore Yusuf would yield us good team...

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 5:49pm On Oct 26
Mercy Akide Udoh 14yrs old daughter vs Mercy Akide Picture during her playing days..

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by do4luv14(m): 6:00pm On Oct 26
Schemerkhiz:
Mercy Akide Udoh 14yrs old daughter vs Mercy Akide Picture during her playing days..


abet oooo who is now 14years old between the two pics?
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 6:05pm On Oct 26
do4luv14:



abet oooo who is now 14years old between the two pics?

The First photo..


I'm just comparing Mother and daughter action photo
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by do4luv14(m): 6:08pm On Oct 26
Schemerkhiz:

The First photo..

I'm just comparing Mother and daughter action photo

you don minit,
ah donbelivit 14years old kwenu
with that kind physical stature
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 6:18pm On Oct 26
do4luv14:



you don minit,

ah donbelivit 14years old kwenu

with that kind physical stature

She's 14... Collen, Mercy Akide first daughter...

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 7:13pm On Oct 26
AndSunGorilla:

But has the NFF changed yet such that there won't be a reoccurrence? Has the coaching crew changed yet? When I read about how Omagbemi was unjustly sent off and seeing our current performance, maybe Karma is indeed real.

There won't be any reoccurrence at least until the AWCON. I don’t rate the coach but i just believe the girls will get it done. Honestly if it were up to me I would hire one of Emmanuel Amunike or Manu Garba for the job.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 8:05pm On Oct 26
With this style of play we will actually have a chance against big teams in world cup
Schemerkhiz:
This was the game video against South Africa then, though not very clear but enjoyable..

The Counter then was Super fast...
Asin Pacy Football. At least they had a pattern of play unlike now..



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qA3vJpo2QU
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 8:08pm On Oct 26
The commentators were tired of Nigeria dominance they just want us to lose cheesy cheesy they were praying for south Africa to equalise cheesy cheesy grin
Schemerkhiz:
This was the game video against South Africa then, though not very clear but enjoyable..

The Counter then was Super fast...
Asin Pacy Football. At least they had a pattern of play unlike now..



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qA3vJpo2QU
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 8:23pm On Oct 26
second round

Uganda v Kenya

Burundi v Djibouti

Zambia v Namibia

Zimbabwe v Botswana

South Africa v Winner M10
Algeria lead 14-0 after the first leg

Tunisia v Equatorial

Togo v Gabon

Cameroun v Gambia

Senegal v Mali

Bissau v Burkina Faso

Nigeria v Cote D'ivoire

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 8:25pm On Oct 26
isan:
The commentators were tired of Nigeria dominance they just want us to lose cheesy cheesy they were praying for south Africa to equalise cheesy cheesy grin

The First half was a bit tough for Nigeria because the South Africa side didn't give the Falcons any room to operate but this second half we show them pepper..

We would have grown higher if not for NFF evil actions
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 9:15pm On Oct 27
IFFHS AWARDS 2021 - THE CANDIDATES TO SUCCEED PERNILLE HARDER
Oct 26, 2021 IFFHS News




Picture : Alexia Putellas, Vivianne Miedema and Samantha Kerr - some favourites for the title 2021



At the end of November 2021, the IFFHS will celebrate the winners of the 2021 AWARDS in all Categories. We publish daily the candidates in the categories, today THE WOMEN'S WORLD BEST PLAYER 2021.





IFFHS WOMEN’S WORLD BEST PLAYER 2021
THE CANDIDATES

Samantha Mewis (USA/Man City/NCCCourage)

Samantha Kerr (Australia/Chelsea FC)

Vivianne Miedema (Netherlands/Arsenal FC)

Pernille Harder (Denmark/Chelsea FC)

Lucie Bronze (England/Manchester City FC)

Dzsenifer Marozsan (Germany/Olympique Lyon/OL Reign)

Julie Ertz (USA/Chicago RS)

Caroline Hansen Graham (Norway/FC Barcelona)

Debinha (Brazil/NCC Courage)

Wendie Renard (France/Olympique Lyon)

Saki kumagai (Japan/Olympique Lyon/FC Bayern München)

Rose Lavelle (USA/Man City/OL Reign)

Jennifer Hermoso (Spain/FC Barcelona)

Ji So Yun (South Korea/Chelsea FC)

Alexia Putellas (Spain/FC Barcelona)

Christiane Endler (Chile/Paris SG/Olympique Lyon)

Amel Majri (France/Olympique Lyon)


Pernille Harder was crowned as THE WOMEN'S WORLD BEST PLAYER 2020. Who will succeed her in 2021 ?



Kadeisha Buchanan (Canada/Olympique Lyon)

Ashley Lawrence (Canada/Paris SG)

Marta (Brazil/Orlando Pride)

Tobin Heath (USA/Arsenal FC)

Marie Antoinette Katoto (France/Paris SG)

Lea Schueller (Germany/FCBayern München)

Kosovare Aslani (Sweden/Real Madrid CF)

Fran Kirby (England/Chelsea FC)

Lieke Martens (Netherlands/FC Barcelona)

Asisat Oshoala (Nigeria/FC Barcelona)

Barbara Banda (Zambia/Shangai)

Gabi Nunes (Brazil/Corinthians/CF Madrid)

Catalina Usme (Colombia/America Cali)

Megan Rapinoe (USA/OL Reign)

Ewa Pajor (Poland/VFL Wolfsburg)

Valentina Giacinti (Italy/Milan AC)

Katty Martinez (Mexico/Tigres UANL)

Alison Gonzales (Mexico/Atlas)

Alicia Cervantes (Mexico/CD Guadalajara)

Stina Blackstenius (Sweden/Häcken)

Carli Lloyd (USA/Gotham FC)

Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 11:18pm On Oct 27
Evelyn Ijeh Capped by Sweden at the U23 level..

Her Father is fully in support of her daughter's decision to play for Sweden ahead of Nigeria..

Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by naijaseeker: 7:55am On Oct 28
isan:
The commentators were tired of Nigeria dominance they just want us to lose cheesy cheesy they were praying for south Africa to equalise cheesy cheesy grin

The commentaries were the funniest commentaries I have ever heard. They were openly biased against Nigeria all the way. Badmouthing us, rejoicing against us, and openly wishing we conceded a goal or lose.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Divepen1(m): 7:34pm On Oct 28
naijaseeker:


The commentaries were the funniest commentaries I have ever heard. They were openly biased against Nigeria all the way. Badmouthing us, rejoicing against us, and openly wishing we conceded a goal or lose.
Even the Ghanians. The one I felt was objective called Ngozi's injury a sham when the ref hasn't declared it one.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 2:18pm On Oct 30
Esther Okoronkwo scores against Montpellier

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