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Naija weekly women football tatafo
21st -27th March 2022

  • It is no longer news that Rivers Angels were humiliated at home(Port Harcourt) by Royal Queens football club of Warri in week 11.

The gist is that 7 key players were out to injury and the various youth national teams.

1- Deborah Abiodun
2-Tosin Demehin
3-Rofiat Imuran
4-Blessing okpe
5-MAMUZO Edafe
6-Vivian Ikechukwu
7-Brume ikekhua

Rivers Angels will be away to Struggling Abia Angels in week 12 and would want to pick a point away to cement her passage to the Super 6.

  • Abia Angels were the busiest In the market during the mid-season transfer with the highest purchase of players.
    The Ann Agumanu Chiejine side bought 9 new players from Edo Queens, Kwara ladies, Delta Queens and Bayelsa Queens.

*FC Robo’ Orobosa Osahon and Rivers Angels Forward Vivian Ikechukwu emerged the coach and Player for the month of Febuary in the premiership.
The consistent Vivian Ikechukwu scored in both home and away against Sunshine Queens in Febuary.

Rivers Angels Vivian Ikechukwu jetted out of the country for greener pastures on Monday Night. The NWFL ambassador was excited as she spoke to at the airport.
” Hard work pays, I am so happy to be finally termed a foreign based professional. The player of the month award for Febuary is a parting gift for me from the NWFL , kindly give my GM Mrs Matilda Otuene the plaque for me”.

  • 9 times African Champions the Super Falcons of Africa are deep neck in preparation as they are poise to confront the Olympic Champion Canada in a two header friendly match in April , they hope to defend their title in the forthcoming Women African Cup Of Nations in Morocco.

The heat is on clubs for the Super 6 and Relegation spots as hostilities continue this Wednesday for match day 12.
Peruse the fixtures as you seek for the center of your choice.

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