France: Oparanozie increases goal tally in Guingamp loss

Rachael Ugiagbe Nigerian striker Desire Oparanozie, scored in En Avant Guingamp's 2-1 Feminine Division 1 league loss to eight-placed ASPTT Albi on Sunday at their home ground, Stade Fred Aubert. The hosts took an early lead through Oparanozie who nodded home Faustine Robert's cross to the delight of the home fans. This

NWSL: Ordega spearheads Spirit draw at Orlando

Rachael Ugiagbe Francisca Ordega was a substitute as Washington Spirit played out a 1-1 draw at Orlando Pride in a National Women Soccer League (NWSL) match. In an encounter that saw five-time FIFA Women's Footballer of the Year, Brazil's Marta making her debut for the Pride, both sides could not find

UWCL: Ebere unused in PSG’s Barcelona revenge

Rachael Ugiagbe  Ngozi Ebere's PSG are close to qualifying for the final of the UEFA Women's Champions League, after defeating Barcelona 3-1 in Saturday, April 22 semifinal tie. Ebere was missing in action in a match played at the Mimi Estadi Stadium which had a record of 10,352 spectators in attendance. The French

Super Falcons abroad: Sweden

By Rachael Ugiagbe Four Nigeria internationals were involved in league matches, the weekend of April 23 2017, in one of Europe's top women's league, the Damallsvenskan of Sweden. Falcons and former Houston Dash defender Osinachi Ohale, made her debut for Swedish side Vittsjo GIK, as they were held to a 1-1 home draw

Orji clinches Hungarian title in style

By Rachael Ugiagbe Nigeria international Ebere Orji on Wednesday won the Hungarian Women's Cup title with Ferencvaros. The match which was played at the Hidegkuti Nandor Stadion, saw Ferencvaros defeated Gyori Eto 6-0 to emerge winners of the encounter. The wins also sees coach Balazs Dornyei's side, successfully defend their women's cup

Botswana players feel the love from Spirit’s Lohman

Culled from Official Washington Spirit Washington Spirit midfielder Joanna Lohman took a trip to Botswana, Africa last fall, working with a program called Girl Power! to help empower and provide resources for young soccer players in the developing nation. +Read Jo’s original post on her trip to Botswana in November 2016 In a recent blog