Timitimi, Igbinovia upbeat ahead of Delta Queens clash

Bayelsa Queens chairman Ebiki Timitimi is confident his team can beat Delta Queens and go on to win the Federation Cup title they relinquished to Sunshine Queens at the 2015 final in Lagos.   The Yenagoa based side were beaten 4-2 on penalties after both teams ended proceedings 1-1 at regulation time. The

OMAGBEMI INVITES 40 PLAYERS FOR AWCON QUALIFIERS

Coach of the Super Falcons Florence Omagbemi, has called to camp 40 players ahead of the 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations qualifying fixture against either of Senegal or Guinea. Seven –time champions Nigeria have drawn a bye into the second round of the qualifying series, with the final competition to

Bayelsa Queens in slim win over NWFL Champions Rivers Angels

    Rivers Angels lost to Bayelsa Queens 0-1 in a preseason match on Friday at the Yakubu Gowon Stadium, Port Harcourt. It was a keenly contested game between the two South-South rivals as they both battled for supremacy in the game. Bayelsa Queens attacking midfielder, Osas Igbinovia was impressive for her side controlling

Mabo backs former Falcons stars for Falcons job

Former super falcons handler, Ismaila Mabo has backed ex – internationals for the coaching job of the Nigeria Senior Women national team. Speaking to Ladiesmarch.com, Mabo who led the Super Falcons to her best world cup appearance in USA 1999 believes the Nigeria Football Federation should give ex-internationals who played under

Foreign coach for the Falcons: A gift or a curse?

Former Super Falcons boss, Eucharia Uche has stressed that only a competent technical crew from Nigeria will improve the performance of the Super Falcons. The Super Falcons failed to qualify for the Rio 2016 Olympics after their 2-1 away defeat to Equatorial Guinea in Bata, on Sunday. Former Nasarawa Amazons coach, Christopher

Stop underrating your African opponents says Uche

Former Super Falcons coach, Eucharia Uche has attributed the elimination of the Falcons from the 2016 Olympics qualifying match by Equatorial Guinea to lack of respect for their African opponents. Nigeria were held to a 1-1 draw in the first leg in Abuja while they lost 2-1 in Bata in the