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NWFL Premiership 2022| Osahon, Ikechukwu Named Manager, Player Of The Month

FC Robo Queens Head Coach, Osahon Emmanuel Orobosa and Rivers Angels Forward Vivian Ikechukwu have both been voted for the NWFL Premiership Manager and Player for the month of February.

The Lagos Landladies’ won two out of the two matches played in February, winning Royal Queens in Warri and Ijebu-Ode respectively.

A 1-0 victory against the ‘Canadian Geese’ in Warri was followed by another impressive 3-1 win at the Dipo Dina Stadium, Ijebu-Ode against the same side.

Osahon Emmanuel wins his first ever NWFL Premiership monthly accolades and joins Naija Ratels FC Manager Bankole Olowookeere and Edo Queens Manager Wemimo Mathew, who have earlier won the awards this season.

In the player’s category, Rivers Angels forward Vivian Ikechukwu beat off stiff competition from Naija Ratels Forward Motunrayo Ezekiel and Nasarawa Amazons midfielder Aweda Titilayo to win the coveted prize.

The former Abia Angels Forward scored in Rivers Angels 2-1 home win against Sunshine Queens and 2-0 away win in Akure against the same side.

NWFL Premiership 2022| Osahon, Ikechukwu Wins Coach, player Of The Month Of February.

FC Robo Queens Head Coach, Osahon Emmanuel Orobosa and Rivers Angels Forward Vivian Ikechukwu have both been voted for the NWFL Premiership Manager and Player for the month of February.

The Lagos Landladies’ won two out of the two matches played in February, winning Royal Queens in Warri and Ijebu-Ode respectively.

A 1-0 victory against the ‘Canadian Geese’ in Warri was followed by another impressive 3-1 win at the Dipo Dina Stadium, Ijebu-Ode against the same side.

Osahon Emmanuel wins his first ever NWFL Premiership monthly accolades and joins Naija Ratels FC Manager Bankole Olowookeere and Edo Queens Manager Wemimo Mathew, who have earlier won the awards this season.

In the player’s category, Rivers Angels forward Vivian Ikechukwu beat off stiff competition from Naija Ratels Forward Motunrayo Ezekiel and Nasarawa Amazons midfielder Aweda Titilayo to win the coveted prize.

The former Abia Angels Forward scored in Rivers Angels 2-1 home win against Sunshine Queens and 2-0 away win in Akure against the same side.

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