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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by isan(m): 6:04pm On May 11
only 2 or 3 players from this team is going to world cup a chunk of them is from the last u20 team they are very young
elyte89:



And dis is a team u rate high for w/cup...I.pity u in advance cool
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 6:28pm On May 11
11-0 Alice Ogebe

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 6:31pm On May 11
12-0
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 6:32pm On May 11
Mehn the goal was so good they gave the girl a yellow card.

12-0
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 6:37pm On May 11
This right back has been putting in quality crosses all tournament. She might end up with 10 assists
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Neimar: 6:38pm On May 11
Dem don start again

wen dem jam FRANCE, USA OR ENGLAND
Dem go start to cry
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Daejoyoung: 6:46pm On May 11
Niger is so poor, clearly not fit for international competitions yet.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Daejoyoung: 6:48pm On May 11
14-0
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 6:49pm On May 11
Pure wickedness
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 6:54pm On May 11
We are passing it around and Niger are not even in our side of the pitch. We have completely defeated their spirit.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Daejoyoung: 6:56pm On May 11
15-0
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 6:57pm On May 11
Full time: Nigeria 15-0 Niger
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 6:57pm On May 11
15-0 FT
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 6:58pm On May 11
Jersey #4 wat is her name? She scored one of the best goals of the day
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 7:01pm On May 11
90+4 Full Time
@NGSuper_Falcons
15-0 Niger.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 7:03pm On May 11
This 15-0 win is now the biggest margin of victory for the Super Falcons!
Their previous record was a 9-0 win over Sierra Leone in 1994.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 7:07pm On May 11
PDPGuy:
This 15-0 win is now the biggest margin of victory for the Super Falcons!
Their previous record was a 9-0 win over Sierra Leone in 1994.
Next opponent is Mali...at least they will give us a good fight...But the Falcons should come out victorious

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by olapluto(m): 7:31pm On May 11
This type of match is not good for a coach to judge his players, but the fact that Adebisi Saheed played 90 minutes is encouraging. She was good. Also, I am really happy for Uchenna Kanu as she bids to be the topscorer in the tournament.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by enomakos(m): 10:21pm On May 11
BascoVanVeli:
Niger Republic is too poor we should be up by 10 goals already
it is Niger rep third international match
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by BascoVanVeli(m): 10:35pm On May 11
enomakos:
it is Niger rep third international match


Wow I feel bad for them but this will definitely be a learning curve for them.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 10:44pm On May 11
*Nigeria 15 � 0 Niger*
_The goal scored and the scorers_
Kanu 5 Cynthia 2 Sule 2 Bokiri 1 Ologbosere 1 Ogbonna 1 Wogu 1 Ogebe 1 Okeke 1

Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 10:46pm On May 11
Uchenna Kanu is Blessed with Scoring Goals.....she Scored 5 goals in Just First Half....what if she played the Whole 90minutes

she's now the Leading goalscorer...8goals in 2match...

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 10:50pm On May 11
Glory Ogbonna in action....

Uchenna Kanu (21yrs) is going to be a threat to the Senior strikers in the team.. she's clinical all she need is EXPERIENCE which the others have ahead of her
Ordega, Oshoala, Oparanozie should watch their back...

Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by enomakos(m): 11:02pm On May 11
BascoVanVeli:



Wow I feel bad for them but this will definitely be a learning curve for them.
yea ,a good learning experience

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by naijaseeker: 11:05pm On May 11
I think the coach is doing great for a couple of reasons. He is developing a team that can take over from the Super Falcons. I do not mean a Falconets because we always had that but really picking young talents. Secondly this team is actually good enough to play at the world cup. They are hungrier, they need to prove themselves or reassert themselves. Nwabuku, Esther Sunday and Igbinovia have all maintained steady shirts at the higher level even before Oshoala and Ordega. Talents are discovered as the old ones fade unfortunately, most Nigerian coaches are scared to try anything new, you cannot blame them, the NFF are not so respectful to them. Believe me, Oshoala entered the senior team not because she was good but because of her emphatic delivery at 2014. Uchenna Kalu has always played for under 17 and under 20, why haven't they given her a tryout for the senior team? Confidence.

This team play more like a team and I understand the coach. Individually the main team probably (probably) has more talent and experience, but team against team in cohesion, this team will beat them. This team would have played better against Cameroon and would have beaten the SA regulation time.

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by olapluto(m): 11:27pm On May 11
naijaseeker:
I think the coach is doing great for a couple of reasons. He is developing a team that can take over from the Super Falcons. I do not mean a Falconets because we always had that but really picking young talents. Secondly this team is actually good enough to play at the world cup. They are hungrier, they need to prove themselves or reassert themselves. Nwabuku, Esther Sunday and Igbinovia have all maintained steady shirts at the higher level even before Oshoala and Ordega. Talents are discovered as the old ones fade unfortunately, most Nigerian coaches are scared to try anything new, you cannot blame them, the NFF are not so respectful to them. Believe me, Oshoala entered the senior team not because she was good but because of her emphatic delivery at 2014. Uchenna Kalu has always played for under 17 and under 20, why haven't they given her a tryout for the senior team? Confidence.

This team play more like a team and I understand the coach. Individually the main team probably (probably) has more talent and experience, but team against team in cohesion, this team will beat them. This team would have played better against Cameroon and would have beaten the SA regulation time.
Actually you're correct in the coach improving the team. When he came, he was trying to find his feet and bearing, and the AWCON came too soon. He had to draw up an Excel list of all our players he knew and the potential ones. Now he is giving them opportunity to prove themselves.
This team though cannot beat the senior team, but they will drag them. This is because the coach has worked with them for longer. You can see the pattern and discipline clearly.
Ologbosere for example, is a good defender but indisciplined. Today, her touches and positioning were tidy. See how the coach eased out the likes of Jegede and co and brought in younger players. With this action, I can say we will win the next 3 AWCONs with good players coming through. Chidinma Okeke was a solid defender!

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by olapluto(m): 11:30pm On May 11
WAFU ends next Saturday. I hope the girls move directly into closed camping for the world cup. As the coach has said he will pick about 9 of these home based stars, I am pleased. For me, he should pick, 2 goalies (Nnadozie and Alaba), Chidinma Okeke, Nwabuoku, Bokiri, Uche Kanu, Igbinovia, Saheed, and Ogebe Alice. They've been stand outs.
I am also very impressed that a Nigerian team is so tactically drilled that you could almost use a ruler to draw the formation line.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by PDPGuy: 11:54pm On May 11
naijaseeker:
I think the coach is doing great for a couple of reasons. He is developing a team that can take over from the Super Falcons. I do not mean a Falconets because we always had that but really picking young talents. Secondly this team is actually good enough to play at the world cup. They are hungrier, they need to prove themselves or reassert themselves. Nwabuku, Esther Sunday and Igbinovia have all maintained steady shirts at the higher level even before Oshoala and Ordega. Talents are discovered as the old ones fade unfortunately, most Nigerian coaches are scared to try anything new, you cannot blame them, the NFF are not so respectful to them. Believe me, Oshoala entered the senior team not because she was good but because of her emphatic delivery at 2014. Uchenna Kalu has always played for under 17 and under 20, why haven't they given her a tryout for the senior team? Confidence.

This team play more like a team and I understand the coach. Individually the main team probably (probably) has more talent and experience, but team against team in cohesion, this team will beat them. This team would have played better against Cameroon and would have beaten the SA regulation time.

Yes, I was impressed by their general coordination and movement today. The right-back put in some decent crosses to the forwards as well.
However, I still don’t think the “main” would lose to this team. At best, both teams would play out a draw.

For the World Cup, I only potential starters in the first 11 would be Uchenna Kanu and Nwabuoku. Igbinovia would always be amongst the substitutes.
In fact, Uchenna has already secured a seat on the plane to France. Nwabuoku has bags of experience.
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 12:11am On May 12
Uchenna Kanu for Sure is going to the World Cup....�
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by naijaseeker: 12:53am On May 12
PDPGuy:


Yes, I was impressed by their general coordination and movement today. The right-back put in some decent crosses to the forwards as well.
However, I still don’t think the “main” would lose to this team. At best, both teams would play out a draw.

For the World Cup, I only potential starters in the first 11 would be Uchenna Kanu and Nwabuoku. Igbinovia would always be amongst the substitutes.
In fact, Uchenna has already secured a seat on the plane to France. Nwabuoku has bags of experience.

I already love her, but who can she really bench Oshoala, Oparanozie or Ordega? Most likely Oparanozie because either Oshoala and Ordega can move from the flanks, but with Oparanozie now the captain and the coach with so much confidence in her, I believe Uche will always be subbed. What then happens to Umotong, Courtney, Ihezuo and Chinaza. Ajibade can easily switch down to the midfield.

The positions are now seriously contested, excellent

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Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by naijaseeker: 12:59am On May 12
PDPGuy:


Yes, I was impressed by their general coordination and movement today. The right-back put in some decent crosses to the forwards as well.
However, I still don’t think the “main” would lose to this team. At best, both teams would play out a draw.

For the World Cup, I only potential starters in the first 11 would be Uchenna Kanu and Nwabuoku. Igbinovia would always be amongst the substitutes.
In fact, Uchenna has already secured a seat on the plane to France. Nwabuoku has bags of experience.

Somehow I have this feeling the coach is not really very comfortable with Nwabuoku and Jonathan for certain reasons beyond their competence at the field.

I think both may have strong personalities which the coach is not very comfortable with. Remember Nwabuoku used to be the captain, in fact she was the actual captain till she was dropped and make shift captains have being used per game or competition between 2016 till now with the Coach naming Desire the new captain.

Then Alaba is not really the Tochukwu type who stays back at the post. She comes out, pushes her defenders, shouts instructions. I really like her and frankly before the 2018 AFWC, I thought she is by far better than Tochukwu. But then, the coach knows best
Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 7:51am On May 12
naijaseeker:


Somehow I have this feeling the coach is not really very comfortable with Nwabuoku and Jonathan for certain reasons beyond their competence at the field.

I think both may have strong personalities which the coach is not very comfortable with. Remember Nwabuoku used to be the captain, in fact she was the actual captain till she was dropped and make shift captains have being used per game or competition between 2016 till now with the Coach naming Desire the new captain.

Then Alaba is not really the Tochukwu type who stays back at the post. She comes out, pushes her defenders, shouts instructions. I really like her and frankly before the 2018 AFWC, I thought she is by far better than Tochukwu. But then, the coach knows best

I think Alaba Jonathan for sure is supposed to be the Superfalcons 2nd choice, she has proved that countless number of times. even with her average height she's perform better than most taller goalkeeper.. the coaches knows the best for now.

As for Chiamaka Nnadozie she's growing fast, i think she's is the tallest among them all. Two years from now she might be Superfalcons number1

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