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.
Having represented the Super Falcons seven times at the African Women's Championships and four times at the FIFA Women's World Cup, Perpetua Nkwocha is obviously a household name in women's football across Africa. She had a career to remember and she played well into her 40s.
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.
Representing the national team can be one of the most fulfilling period in the career of a professional footballer, as players are eager to show their credibility and enthusiasm at the national level. Most players are fortunate to have represented their national side for quite a number of years, as their hard work and commitments are often rewarded by their various national side.
Super Falcons striker, Asisat Oshoala turned 27 on October 9, 2021. The former Arsenal striker is one of the most decorated women footballers in Africa. We take a look at major highlights of her football career and achievements Oshoala played for Nigeria's U-20 Women's team, the Falconets at the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Japan where the team finished fourth under Rivers Angels coach, Edwin Okon.
Blessed with some electrifying pace and quantum loads of energy, Super Falcons star, Francisca Mlumun Ordega has been an invaluable addition to Nigeria's women senior national team. Francisca has, on countless occasions, told the inspiring story of her rise from grass to grace amidst persistent resistance from her father.
Super Falcons centre-forward, Kanu Uchenna, was on target as his Swedish based club, Linkopings W, mauled opponents, Vaxjo DFF, in one of the matchday 20 of the Allsvenskan W played at the mid-week. Linkopings W ran riot against its opponents as the Pummled the visitors to a five unreplied goals carting away maximum points at stake in the explosive game.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria continued it's quest for a place in the African Women Nations Cup earlier today as they traded tackles with the 'Black Queens' of Ghana in one of the African Women Nations Cup qualifiers series played today. The Super Falcons pursuit was given a face lift in Lagos, Nigeria last week, Super Falcons Swedish based striker, Uchenna Grace Kanu, brace was all the team needed to cruise pass it's opponents in Lagos.
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.
Super Falcons captain, Asisat Oshoala has been in fine form for FC Barcelona this season. On Saturday, the former Arsenal forward scored in her fourth consecutive game for Barcelona Feminine. Although she has been in fine form this season for Barcelona, she has not replicated that form for the Falcons in recent games
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 black queens of Ghana will host the super falcons of Nigeria in the second leg of the Africa women cup of nations qualifiers today in Accra,Ghana. Ghana will hope for a comeback after their 2-0 defeat in the first leg at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena in Lagos
Leading African women national team side, the Nigerian Super Falcons, will be in action this week as they begin there quest for a place in the Africa Women Nations cup and Female World cup. The Nine-time African champions, Super Falcons earlier today intensified preparations for their 2022 Women AFCON qualifying fixture against the Black Queens of Ghana later this week as the Camp opened in Lagos on Sunday.
Super Falcons of Nigeria forward, Asisat Oshoala was in action on Monday night for Barcelona Women in their opening game of the UEFA Women's Champions League against Arsenal Women at the Estadi Johan Cruyff. The Nigerian star was handed a role to play in her team's starting XI following her outstanding performance for the club in their previous game and she was able to shine.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria will take on Ghana for the only ticket available in their Zone for the Africa Women cup of Nations,at the Mobalaji Johnson Arena in Lagos. Black Queens of Ghana who were part of the innagural edition of the Aisha Buhari invitational tournament will hope to put on smile on the face of their supporters after their loss to South Africa,same opponent Nigeria also loss 4-2 at the same competition.
Already occupied with the task to qualify for the 2022 AWCON competition scheduled to hold in the Kingdom of Morocco, the Super Falcons of Nigeria are hard on training in their training camp, Lagos, Nigeria ahead of their first and second AWCON deciding clash against the Black Queens of Ghana.
Nigerian international and Super Falcons forward, Asisat Oshoala was in action today for Barcelona women in their European opener against Arsenal at the Estadi Johan Cruyff. The football maestro was handed a role to play in her team's starting XI following her incredible performance for the club in their previous game.
AWCON: Super Falcons Begin Redemption Mission Against Ghana After recent Shock Defeat To South Africa
The Nigeria women's team, Super Falcons, seemed poised to make up for their recent 4-2 defeat to Bayana Bayana of South Africa when they play Ghana in a two-legged 2022 Africa Women Cup of Nations qualification fixture this week. The 11-time African champions were brought down from their high horses last month, losing 4-2 to their South African opponents in the final of the maiden edition of Aisha Buhari Invitational Tournament at Mobolaji Johnson Arena in Lagos.
Super Falcons skipper, Asisat Oshoala was in action yesterday for Barcelona women in their first game of the UEFA Women's Champions League against Arsenal at the Estadi Johan Cruyff. The Nigerian star was handed a role to play in her team's starting XI following her incredible performance for the club in their previous game where she was able to net a brace.