By Rachel Ugaigbe The management of the Nigeria Women Premier League [NWPL] side Confluence Queens of Kogi State, have announced Tosin Ojo as their new Team Manager. This was contained in a statement signed by the club’s chairman Mallam Abdul Sule on Monday in Lokoja. “We have resolved that Tosin Ojo will be
By Rachel Ugaigbe The management of the Nigeria Women Football League [NWFL] team Taraba Queens FC, have officially announced February 21, 2016 as the resumption date ahead of preparations for the new season. Invited players are expected to resume camp on or before Wednesday, February 24, 2016. The club manager, Mustapha Tahir revealed
Super Eagles Technical Adviser, Gernot Rohr, on Wednesday paid a surprise visit to the Falconets’ evening training session at the FIFA Goal Project Pitch in Abuja, where he handed out success tips to the team. Rohr, accompanied by the NFF Head of Women Football, Ruth David, expressed optimism in the ability of Falconets to soar at
The UEFA Women's Champions League knockout stage began on Wednesday, October 3 with grounds including Stamford Bridge, Stade de Lyon and San Mamés staging matches in the round of 32. Nigeria international Charity Adule and ex-Flamingoes star Chinwendu Ihezuo helped Kazakhstan champs BIIK Kazygurt to register a 3-1 home win over
Coach of Nigeria's U17 Women's National Team, Bala Nikyu believes his team does not deserve to go back home early from the ongoing FIFA U17 Women's World Cup Jordan 2016. The 52-year-old stated this against the backdrop of the Flamingoes playing out a frustrating goalless draw with the Young Lionesses of England.
By Chibuogwu Nnnadiegbulam Nigeria are currently one of the six teams at the ongoing FIFA U17 Women's World Cup Jordan 2016, in dire need of points, having started off their campaign on a losing note. Brazil had, on Saturday, inflicted a first ever opening match defeat on the Flamingoes with an audacious long