The Super Eagles lost to Ghana in yesterday's Africa Women Cup of Nations Qualification. They already won Ghana 2-0 in the first leg and won 2-1 on aggregate. Ghana tried to get back to win on aggregate but the Super falcons stood strong and conceded just one goal at the Ohene Djan Sports stadium.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria defeated Ghana 2-0 at the Mobolaji Johnson Stadium on Wednesday in the Africa Women's Cup of Nations Qualifiers. We take a look at two mistakes Randy Waldrum avoided in the game. 1. Starting Uchenna Kanu Ahead Of Gift Monday: Uchenna Kanu has made a great start to the season with Linkopings and Randy Waldrum made the right call to start her ahead of Gift Monday.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria continued their terrible run of form as they suffered a 1 - 0 loss to fellow African giants Ghana in the Women’s AFCON qualifiers. The Super Falcons of Nigeria were the huge favourites to emerge victorious due to their previous away results and records against Ghana.
The Super Falcons Of Nigeria Lost to South Africa in the final fixture of the Aisha Buhari Cup. The game ended 4-2 and the Banyana Banyana fully deserved their victory. We take a look at two wrong moves head coach Randy Waldrum made in the game. 1.
On Wednesday, the Super Falcons will face a big test. It is perhaps one of the biggest tests of Randy Waldrum's time as the coach of the Super Falcons as his team will face Ghana in the AWCON qualifiers. At the Aisha Buhari Cup in Lagos, the Super Falcons were expected to win the tournament but they had a difficult tournament.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria continued their inconsistent run of form as they suffered a 1 - 0 loss to Ghana in a crunch encounter between both countries. The African giants Nigeria were shambolic all through the match as they suffered an embarrassing defeat in today’s encounter.
The Super Falcons Of Nigeria Suffered a 1-0 Defeat against Ghana at the Accra Sports Stadium On Sunday in the Africa Women's Cup of Nations Qualifiers. Despite the defeat, Nigeria advanced to the next stage of the AWCON qualifiers after winning 2-1 on aggregate. We take a look at two mistakes Randy Waldrum made in the game.
Photo Credit : NFF The Super Falcons of Nigeria have been dominating the continent of Africa for decades, but the biggest problem is their failure to repeat the success on the world stage. This problem isn't about coaching alone, it also has to do with quality of players coming into the team from the Nigeria Women's Football League.
Since Randy Waldrum became the coach of the Super Falcons, there have been an influx of foreign born players to the squad and they have not disappointed. In the Altalya Cup in Turkey, Patricia George made her debut. She was born in the US and her addition proved to be good for the side
English Born defender Ashleigh Plumtre made her debut for the Super Falcons of Nigeria in 1-0 win over Olimpija Ljubljana in a friendly fixture at Vosendorf Stadium on Friday evening. The Leicester City defender was given the nod by coach Randy to start the game and she gave very good account of herself, according to reports.
Finally, the much advertised Aisha Buhari Cup began in Lagos with the Super Falcons of Nigeria beating the Female Eagles of Mali 2-0 in a keenly contested tie. We take a look at talking points in the game Randy Waldrum started Houston Dash forward, Michelle Alozie at right back and she had to face the rampaging Aisata Traore.
On Sunday, The Super Falcons of Nigeria will hope to consolidate their first leg advantage as they battle their long-term rivals, the Black Queens of Ghana and the winner goes to the next round of the AWCON qualifiers The Super Falcons will face a big test and it is probably one of Randy Waldrum's biggest game.
Gift Monday's late brace secured a victory for Nigeria in the opening match of the Aisha Buhari Cup at the Onikan stadium, Lagos. After dominating the majority of the game, the Falcons were left frustrated until substitute Gift Monday broke the deadlock in the 83rd minute.
Adekite Fatuga Moninuola - Dada was among the invited Players invited for the Aisha Buhari Invitation by the chief coach of the Super Falcons. She is one of the four newly invited players to the new squad, coach Randy Waldrum is building as the American is ready to take the Super Falcons to the next level.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria began it's quest for a place in the 2022 Women AFCON on a good note, with a resounding victory against the Black Queen's of Ghana. In the qualifiers played today at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena, the Coach Randy Waldrum tutored side recorded a (2-0) convincing win.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria will be back in action on Tuesday, September 21, when they take on South Africa in the Aisha Buhari Cup. The Falcons defeated Mali 2-0 in their opening game at the Onikan stadium, Lagos, while the Banyana Banyana thrashed Ghana 3-0 in their first fixture.
Photo Credit : Twitter The Super Falcons of Nigeria suffered a 4-2 defeat against the Bayana Bayana of South Africa in the final game of the Aisha Buhari's invitational tournament. The record African Champions conceded three goals in the first half of the encounter, but they gave themselves hope of a come back when they reduced the deficit to a goal in the second half.
On Tuesday, a new Super Falcons star was introduced to fans of the Super Falcons. With the Falcons trailing 3-0 and in need of redemption, coach Randy Waldrum looked at his bench and introduced new players, one of them is Vivian Ikechukwu Like a Falcon, she hovered around the Bayana Bayana defense with pride and quickly moved past their defense with zest and beauty.
Ex Nigeria striker, Peter Ijeh, is over the moon following his two daughters, Evelyn and Josephine Ijeh's invitation to the Super Falcons for the six-nation Aisha Buhari Invitational Tournament holding in September in Lagos. Peter Ijeh flanked by Evelyn (left) and Josephine (right).
Super Falcons defender, Ashleigh Plumptre, is grateful for an eventful week with Super Falcons at their Vienna, Austria camp, where she claims to have learned football, culture and not how to dance . The Leicester City defender who is one of Coach Randy Waldrum's additions to the team, preparatory to Aisha Buhari Invitational Tournament holding in Lagos in September, expressed her excitement in a post on her Instagram page on Tuesday.