Kwara Youth League side, SC Primisport Lasora Football Academy congratulate their product, Yemisi Samuel who was phenomena for the Nigeria women national U17 side, Flamingoes when they face Guinea in FIFA U17 World cup qualifying match in Conakry on Saturday.
The Osun Babes striker was in sensational form for the Flamingoes, scoring three goals as the Nigeria U17 side thrashed their Guinean counterpart 6-1 at the September 28 stadium with the return leg taking place at the Agege stadium on March 14.
The Sexy striker as she is fondly called found the back of the net in the 11th, 85th and 95th of the contest and her manager from the grassroot, Coach Bello-Lasora. A Ola wants to congratulate her for her performance in ensuring the team secure victory in Conakry.
Coach Lasoro disclosed Yemisi was identified in Alagbado area in Lagos state before he moved her to Ilorin where the academy is located, while she was called “Sexy Striker” because of her style of playing during her young age.
He described Yemisi has a tactical striker who has the ability to lead the team to success in India as she has gone through developmental training from Italian tactician whom the academy brought to development the players of the academy during her time there.
“We want to congratulate our Sexy striker (Yemisi) for her hat-trick when Nigeria played against Guinea because this has always been her dream since her days in the academy.”
“I scouted Yemisi in Alagbado in Lagos state and brought her to Ilorin to develop her skills. She has the dream to be a professional footballer and I assisted her develop her understanding of the game to achieve her potential.”
“We call her Sexy striker due to her playing style when she first got to the academy, Yemisi would always play with her hand beside her while running and she loves it because it helps her to adapt quickly."
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