1. Falcons Drop One Spot In FIFA Women’s Ranking

Though the Falcons retained the African Women Cup of Nations last weekend in Accra, Ghana, their shaky form and scary results might have accounted for low accumulated points gathered in FIFA’s eyes.
The rankings on Friday show that the Falcons dropped from 38th in the world to 39th, but the Nigerian ladies remain number one in Africa.

2. Nigeria Coach Names The Two Players That Performed At The Highest Level Throughout AWCON

Super Falcons manager Thomas Dennerby has named the two players that played at the highest level throughout the recently concluded 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations in Ghana.
Dennerby’s decision to pick Rivers Angels gloveswoman Tochukwu Oluehi and Eskilstuna United DFF newbie Halimatu Ayinde as the two most outstanding players is not one that will surprise many.

3. Ogbonna Gets Transfer Attention From Valencia

Footballlive.ng gathered that memories of Sunny’s days with Los Che could be replicated by Ogbonna, as the Italian international is being courted by the once high-flying La Liga outfit.
Details of the report out of The Land of The Armada indicate that Ogbonna has emerged as a target for Valencia, though his contract with The Hammers is billed to run on through till 2022.

4. Stephen Odey: Beckoning on Rohr for Call-up

With 10 goals across all competitions for his Swiss club -FC Zurich, former Nigeria Professional Football League top scorer- Stephen Odey seems to be announcing himself to Super Eagles Manager, Gernot Rohr for a national team call-up

Stephen Odey took his goal tally for the season to 10 goals across all competitions as FC Zürich claimed a 2-0 win against Grasshopper in the Swiss Super League last Sunday.

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5. Nigeria’s Super falcons to know World Cup foes today

Reigning Africa champions, Super Falcons will know the teams they would confront in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup slated for France.

The draws which is expected to be done on Saturday in France could see the Super Falcons face teams like Brazil, England, and host nation, France.

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