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Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 8:37pm On Feb 22

True talk. But were the U17 Flamingo players selected from the Premier league teams or Pro-league sides? Do you have that info?
There are players from the Premier League,Pro-League, and the Amateur side..
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 2:24pm On Feb 22
Asisat Oshoala is on Fire!!!!

NFF should please name a coach for the Superfalcons and give them quality grade a game's to play to Boost her chance of winning Global Awards

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Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 12:57pm On Feb 22

In previous friendlies, they beat two local sides 3-2 and 6-1. Are they now ready to face Guinea?

I will say they're 40% ready to face Guinea... They should face Premier League teams likes Nasarawa Amazon,, Confluence Queens,, Adamawa Queens first to know how ready the team is...Naija Ratels are from the Pro-League side which is not enough to rate how ready the team is.

If they can defeat or hold the likes of Almighty River's Angel, Bayelsa Queens to a draw then i can say they're good enough to qualify for the World Cup..

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Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 8:50pm On Feb 21
Official: Paris FC Confirms Signing of Nigerian Goalkeeper


Feb 21, 2020 8:50 PM

It is now official that Super Falcons goalkeeper, Chiamaka Nnadozie is now a Paris FC goalkeeper. The goalkeeper has been officially unveiled. 

The 19-year-old goalkeeper moved to Paric FC on trial and was later signed full time. Her contract runs for 18 months. It will end in 2021. Nnadozie caught the attention of the world with her superlative performance in France at the last FIFA Women's World Cup in France. 
The former Rivers Angels goalkeeper has represented Nigeria at the U-17 women's world cup in Jordan and at the U-20 women's world cup in France.
She is an African Women's cup of Nations winner and also an African Games Gold medalist. She will wear the number 40 jersey for the Paris Club

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 8:30pm On Feb 20
FIFA U-17 Women World Cup Qualifiers Friendly
Flamingoes Vs Naija Ratels FC
FT: Flamingoes 5⃣ Naija Ratels FC 0⃣
Yemisi Samuel 17" 26" ⚽⚽
Taiwo Lawal 22" ⚽
Ebube Ngadi 47" (OG) ⚽
Esther Oyenezedie 82" ⚽
#FIFAU-17WWCQualifierFriendly #Flamingoes #NaijaRatels. #FLANAI

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Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 9:17pm On Feb 18
If you currently look at the Nigeria Women Football League i can't lay hands on any other Goalkeepers better than Tochukwu Oluehi, Chiamaka Nnadozie and Alaba Jonathan...

Onyinyechukwu Okeke who's over 1.82cm tall hasn't leaved up to Expectations though she's still doing fine..
Christy Ohaeriaku can't displaced the above named goalies or you want to bring in Ibubeleye Whyte
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 9:13pm On Feb 18
Alaba won't displace oluehi or nnadozie we need a young goalkeeper to take her role
By June 1st Alaba Jonathan will be 28years are you saying she's older than Tochukwu Oluehi who is 32yrs or she's no Longer good enough for the National Team??

Don't forget she was one of our stand out player during the 2016 AWCON in Cameroon, Her performance contributed to the Superfalcons victory in Cameroon especially the Final game against Cameroon.

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Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 9:08pm On Feb 18
If you watch her play during the U20 and the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup in Germany you wouldn't doubt her Capabilities and what she can bring to the Superfalcons....By the way signing for Linköping FC which is one of the strongest Club in the OBOS DAMALLSVENSKAN in Sweden will also do a great job in her career...

Faith Ikidi is the other Nigerian that have played for Linköping FC and she also won the League with them in 2009..

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Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 9:03pm On Feb 18
I think she's done she won't get in the team too much attacking players for super falcons and they are all still young
I don't think so at 27years she still have a lot to offer considering her experience, skills and pace...her abilities to play any of the positions upfront is something the Coaches would always be happy of...She uses both feets effectively and i can gladly remember her pairing with Oparanozie upfront during their U20 day's..

With her Statistics, she's one player capable of Scoring a goal in every two game which isn't bad for a Striker..
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 3:02pm On Feb 18
*Nigeria Superfalcons Striker Ebere Orji Sign for Swedish giant Linköping FC*

Nigerian player Ebere Orji joins from Umeå IK and has previously represented Mallbackens IF and Umeå IK once again. Orji scored eleven goals in last year's edition of the Elite and was a strong contributing cause of Umeå's advancement to OBOS Damallsvenskan. - Linköpings FC is a big club in Damallsvenskan and it has been a dream to play there, a dream that has now become true and it will be so exciting, says Ebere Orji. I will do my best, collaborate with my teammates and work hard to win multiple titles.

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 12:11am On Feb 18
She is good but nnadozie is on another level and very young she also play in Europe now so i expect her to get even better oluehi can be a good back up also

Tochukwu Oluehi have been a good goalkeeper right from day one...Her lost of form before the FIFA Women's World Cup Last Year in France, Really baffled me, anyway we now have Chiamaka Nnadozie who's doing great at her tender age!!!
it will be good to have a competition among them for who's going to be the First Choice, either she's wins her Spot back as the First Choice goalie or Chiamaka Nnadozie continues to retain it because she currently seems to be unstoppable..

We also have Alaba Jonathan, our 2016 AWCON heroines in Cameroon...

Onyinyechi Okeke 22yrs old Goalkeeper currently playing for Bayelsa Queens is still one Promising Goalkeeper during her U17 days in 2014... before moving to the U20 in 2016, She is taller than Chiamaka Nnadozie and was very good then..
So many of the followers of the Women football game thought she was going to be the next Superb goalkeeper for the Superfalcons of Nigeria but haven't lived up to Expectations and Chiamaka Nnadozie is already ahead of her in the perking order.....

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 7:05pm On Feb 17
I Want To See That I Am The Best In Nigeria


Feb 17, 2020 6:51 PM

Super Falcons and Rivers Angels' goalkeeper Tochukwu Oluehi has spoken on her target for the year 2020.

Tochukwu who let this out on Brila FM Lunch Sport Women Show with Ogechukwu Ogwo said that she wants to see herself going back to being the best goalkeeper that she has ever been.

Speaking on Preseason and the Skill Acquisition programme recently introduced by the Port Harcourt based club, the former Medkila IL safe hands said preseason has been so wonderful with the introduction of the gym session.

"Since i've been in Rivers Angels this is the first time i'm seeing a gym session so i see Rivers Angels are up to the task, they are leaving no stone unturned. They want to make sure that 2020 they grab every trophy, they get their hands on League, the FA Cup and so on'.

She added that it's a good thing for everyone in the club to acquire a skill

" For the Skill Acquisition that we are into, learning how to make soap is a good thing for everyone, i want to see myself making my own soap. With all the instructions given by the person that led us through the skill workshop, i believe if i want to make my own soap i can do it with the knowledge and understanding of what the lady taught us."

When asked of her plans to go play abroad again, she said that it would be a great privilege going back to Europe to continue with her football. Oluehi opened up on her family and coaches being source of inspiration to her career.

The former Bayelsa and Sunshine Queens player appealed to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and the Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) board to get things right in terms of organization as it will make home based players compete for national team shirts with their foreign based counterparts.

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Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 6:29pm On Feb 15

Your perspective
She's Fast but not as Fast as Oshoala or Ordega
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 3:56pm On Feb 15

Yes she has pace just like asissat, Asissat nobi alien from another world na.
Lol ���
Rinsola Babajide is a quick player but not as fast as Ordega or Oshoala....
She and the likes of Okobi, Uchenna Kanu and Uchendu can be compared in terms of pace not Oshoala at all.....


Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 4:27pm On Feb 14
Congratulations Christy Ucheibe...... The Versatile midfielder who can play as a 4,, 8 and 10 to me she's Best play as a Defensive Midfielder...

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 4:23pm On Feb 14
Unsung Heroine - Christy Ucheibe

Undoubtedly Nigeria's best player at the 2018 U20 Women's World Cup was goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie but defensive midfielder Christy Ucheibe was absolutely the second best player in the team.
The former U-17 player broke up plays at will to win possession back and pass the ball to her more attacking minded teammates.
Ucheibe is a gem that has been discovered since 2018 and hopefully could be an asset for the Nigeria Superfalcons soonest.

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 4:15pm On Feb 14
Benfica sign Nigeria midfielder Christy Ucheibe
By Samuel Ahmadu

After an amazing season with Swedish outfit Assi last year, the 19-year-old sealed a move to the Portuguese outfit
Christy Ucheibe has joined Portuguese Liga BPI outfit SL Benfica from Swedish club Assi, on a three-and-half-year deal.
Ucheibe saw out her first professional contract with Swedish club Assi in November 2019 and moved on to Portugal on a free transfer, after she inspired the Elitettan side to win the Norrbetten Cup.
During her one-year spell, the 19-year-old played a prominent role in Assi's 10th place finish in the 2019 season with two goals in 25 games across all competitions for Kenneth Paajarvi's team.
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The midfielder, who moved to Sweden from Nigerian side Nasarawa Amazons in April 2019, played a crucial role in helping Nigeria reach the quarterfinal of the 2018 U20 Women's World Cup in France .
Having completed her move to the Portuguese giants, the Nigerian becomes the second African to join the club this year following the arrival of South African striker Thembi Kgatlana last month.
On joining SL Benfica, she told the club website: "I know I'm coming to a very competitive team. It is this demand and the greatness of the club of legend Eusébio that has attracted me.
"I want to help the team win trophies domestically and, one day, shine in the
Champions League . Now I just want to focus on work, on training with my teammates.
"I know that if I play well here I'm going to reach the Nigerian National team too. I can't play yet, but I already love and admire the passion of the Benfica fans."
Following her unveiling by the club's vice president Fernando Tavares on Friday, she becomes the third January signing for Benfica after Ida Dida and Kgatlana, and will wear the shirt number 16.
She also becomes the second Nigerian to be plying her trade in Portugal after compatriot Chinaza Uchendu with Sporting Braga.
Benfica are leaders of the Portuguese Liga BPI log with 42 points after 14 games and Ucheibe will be hoping to impress if handed her debut in Women's Cup clash with Amora on Sunday.

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 10:38am On Feb 12
Yeah athletico can't pay her
Atletico de Femenino is good enough to pay her but I think they weren't ready to pay a huge amount on her...
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 6:47pm On Feb 10

Then why didn't they collectively win the la liga for the past 3 seasons that Atletico have been winning. Everytime she plays Atletico she destroys them.

Ordega's case is weird especially seeing all the Nigerians currently in the league.
I guess she's after the Money as it is right now...
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 12:46pm On Feb 10

If Oshoala were on Atletico Madrid they would be the ones winning all these trophies, can we say the same for Hermoso?
it's a team game (collective effort) though so I can't say...

Atletico Madrid should have signed Ordega permanently, she's that kind of striker i think they need now to do the job from the Wing using pace,skills and good delivering into the Box.
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 11:30pm On Feb 09
Me thinks Lyon coming for Oshoala made Barcelona figure out their priority. She starts in the final of the super cup and Hermosa is on the bench for the second straight match
Hermaso had a slight knock and she isn't fit yet...
Asisat Oshoala is having the game time she deserves...Her Pace, strength and finishing is one thing the coaches can't do without.
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 9:15am On Feb 07
The referee really made a great mistake there because there wasn't a foul from Oshoala ... That France Defender fell down after hitting her left leg against Oshoala own, Oshoala was even the one who's supposed to fall down not #19 Aïssatou Tounkara..
That's a Clean goal not a Foul ��
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 8:52am On Feb 07
Asisat Oshoala's goal vs Atletico Madrid...


Then below is her powering past Atletico players like she's wonder woman... Lol...

That's a Goal even if I'm not a referee, considering the Physical tussle and how she was able to get past her markers...
Anyway the referee knows Best.
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 9:30am On Feb 04
“We have talented players but we are missing a lot in formation, organisation, collective and tactical things to make our women football grow, and I think the Ex-internationals have what it takes to handle the Super Falcons at this time,”
Let's take a Look at Some of the Ex-internationals who can handle the team.

NFF where wrong relieving Coach Florence Omagbemi 2 February 1975 (age 45 years) as the Superfalcons Coach after the 2016 AWCON in Cameroon.... She remains one of the best among the Ex-internationals, Tested and Trust..

Mercy Akide Udoh, 26 August 1975 (age 44) is another option who could do a great job with the team as an NCAA Division 1 coach in USA... The Regent university women soccer team coach is currently one of the Ex- international who can do well handling the team. Mercy Akide-Udoh, former Nigerian football player, was named Regent university athletic department’s ‘coach of the year 2019
The gifted footballer, who completed her first season as head coach of the university’s women’s soccer program, was an unanimous choice for the award, voted for by all the coaches of the Virginia beach-based varsity in the United States in 2019. She played professional football in the US which is regarded as the Best Country as far as Women Football is concerned, She would bring in that American zeal of You can do it, the Athletics aspect of their game...

Maureen Mmadu 7 May 1975 (age 44 years),

As a player, she represented Avaldsnes IL, a First Division team based on Norway’s west coast. She played for several other teams in Norway’s Toppserien as well for Linköpings FC and QBIK in the Swedish Damallsvenskan. she previously played for Klepp IL in the Norwegian Toppserien. Mmadu played for Kolbotn in Oslo, Norway, for the 2010 season, helping them to third place in the Toppserien league. She was the first Nigerian player to make over 100 appearances for the Nigeria women’s national football team including appearing at four FIFA Women’s World Cups as well as the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics. she's the only Nigerian women coach to have handled a premiership club in Europe.
“From 2012 to 2015, she was the assistant coach in Avaldsnes team in the Premier League and chief coach of the same Avaldsens division 2 team.
“She have her UEFA C license as a coach. she recently worked as an Assistant Coach to Thomas Dennerby..

Ann Chiejiene 2 February 1974 (age 46)

Ann was not just reliable in goalposts, she had unique headgear to accentuate her beauty. The current coach of Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) side Abia Angel have worked as an Assistant Coach of the U17 team, Goalkeeper Coach of the Superfalcons and also an Assistant Coach of the Superfalcons during the 2016 AWCON...

other notable name's are
Uche Ngozi Eucharia,, Ayisat Yusuf,, Rita Nwadike

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 11:48am On Feb 03
EXCLUSIVE: Olowookere Bankole Named U-17 Female Coach

03/02/2020, by Best Choice Sports, in CAF, FIFA, Football, News
By Amaechi Agbo

Bestchoicesports.com.ng can report authoritatively that Olowookere Bankole has been appointed the coach of Nigeria national U-17 women team, the Flamingos.

Although his appointment has not been made public, this paper gathered that the Ekiti State born tactician has resumed duties with the team along with his backroom staff.

Coach Bankole will be assisted by Queen Akpan, who is based in Abuja and a goalkeeper trainer, Atuga Ndanusa who was formerly with Niger Tornadoes of Minna.

Coach Bankole was former coach of Lagos based female club, Dream Stars Ladies who played in the Nigeria Women Premier League last season.

It was gathered that Olowookere Bankole was discovered by Barr Seyi Akinwunmi, NFF 1st Vice President.

Bankole was appointed coach of Lagos football team at the 2012 National Sports Festival, NSF, tagged “Eko 2012” .

As early as August 2019, Bankole was regarded as one of the favorites to manage the U-17 Flamingos.

Coach Queen Akpan on her part is with Abuja Women All Stars.

The coach Sunday drafted list of 41 players invited to resume camp in Abuja today ahead of the team’s FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup against Guinea later this month.
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 5:55pm On Feb 01
Stella Mbachu is still one player that hasn't been replaced in the Superfalcons, the Superb Right Winger who can as well come in from the Left side when the occasion arises, many players such as Esther Sunday, Alice Ogebe, Ordega, Loveth Ayila have been labeled the new Mbachu in the past but nono of them were able to replicate her style in the team.
Tony Payne Could possibly become the New Stella Mbachu if she finally play for the Superfalcons of Nigeria.... She have the Speed, Energy and Footworks but that physical side of Mbachu is what I haven't seen yet...

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 2:10pm On Feb 01
Uchenna Kanu hit the woodwork in the 84minutes...

Tony Payne seems to be SEVILLA FC key Play maker whenever they win the ball, they tend to pass to her alot.

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Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 11:23am On Jan 31
French, German coaches jostle for Falcons’ job
• Okon, Danjuma, Mmadu also listed

From Andrew Abah, Abuja
At least two foreign coaches from France and Germany are among the notable names being considered as the next coach of the national women’s team, the Super Falcons.
The Super Falcons post is one of the prime positions being jostle for after the exit of Swede Thomas Dennerby and other indigenous coaches in the mix include former international and former Falcons assistant coaches, Maureen Mmadu and Ann Chiejinne; with others being past handlers of the team including Bala Nkiyu, Christopher Danjuma and Edwin Okon.
NationSport gathered that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is also in receipt of four applications from foreign coaches desirous to replace Gernot Rohr in case the incumbent Super Eagles handler fails to agree terms with NFF for contract extension.

“What I can tell you is that all former national team coaches applied for their former positions but the NFF Technical Committee is making consultations and looking at the applications submitted and very soon the successful coaches will be announced. You know we have World Cup qualifiers for the women’s U-17 national team (Flamingoes) in the last week of February and U-20 (Falconets) in March this year,” the source who pleaded anonymity said.
However, NFF General Secretary, Sanusi Mohammed, flatly refused to comment on the engagement of national team coaches, saying the technical department along with the consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) has been saddled with the responsibilities of recommending capable hands for vacant national team positions.

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Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 7:56pm On Jan 30
BREAKING: Can all-conquering Lyon snatch Oshoala from Barcelona?

 by Score a Editor


 January 30, 2020 5:11

All-conquering European champions Lyon are set to make an audacious bid to snatch Asisat Oshoala from Barcelona following a long-term injury of star striker Ada Hergeberg.

A top source close to Oshoala informed SCORENigeria that Lyon sports director has already landed in Spain to open talks with Barcelona.

“I have it on good authority that the Lyon sports director is now in Spain for Asisat,” the source informed.

“Lyon are desperate to replace their star striker, who will be out for several months.

“But Barcelona do not want to sell.

“We just have to wait and see.”

Oshoala is a woman on fire with 14 goals in as many matches this season.

Lyon Ladies team, on the other hand, are the most dominant team in Europe and beat Barcelona in the final to win yet another European Champions League title last season.

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 3:28pm On Jan 28

The Nigerian attacker, who met her companions at the brotherhood dinner on Monday, will wear the number 19
Striker Uchenna Kanu (Nigeria, 6/20/1997) becomes a new player for Sevilla FC Femenino for the remainder of the season. The forward spike thus becomes the first African player of the Nervión club, being one of her last appearances at the international level in the last World Cup in France, in which her selection fell in quarters against Germany.
'Uche', as she is known sportively speaking, comes from playing the last times in the university league, in whose last season she scored 34 goals. In addition, she was also named player of the year of the Sun Conference, twice in NAIA-All America and player of the year 2018 in United Soccer Coaches NAIA. She also maintains a hat-tricks record, figures that have made him the top scorer of all divisions, standing out in a manner at the University of Southeasteam.
In her first statements to the official media, she said that she is "very happy to reach a great club like Sevilla FC, which has a great history", She also wanted to highlight her arrival at a "very important" competition.
The attacker, who passed the medical tests satisfactorily, already knows what her own companions will be since she was able to enjoy with them the dinner of the 130th anniversary of the Entity celebrated this Monday. In addition, she also met the facilities of the sports city, in which she did the first training.

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by Schemerkhiz: 3:22pm On Jan 28
Congratulations �� Uchenna Kanu as she joined Primeralberdrola side Sevilla FC

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