Falcons’ performance against Les Bleues is commendable, says Okon
Former coach of Super Falcons, Edwin Okon has hailed the feat of the female senior national team in their 0-1 loss to the hosts country, France in their Group A clash of the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019 played at the Roazhon Park, Rennes. Nigeria lost the encounter through a penalty call by the…
Okon relishes return to Lagos for NWPL Super Four tournament
Rivers Angels head coach, Edwin Okon has described Lagos as a fertile ground for his side ahead of the Nigeria Women Premier League (NWPL) most prized annual football showpiece, the Super Four tournament. The football fiesta that crowns the new NWPL champions has been scheduled to hold in Lagos by the leadership of the Nigeria…
Falcons ex-coach Okon wants home-based players ahead of World Cup
Former Coach of the Super Falcons, Edwin Okon, wants more home-based players to be added to the current squad for the team to achieve better result at France 2019 Women’s World Cup. Nigeria was on Saturday drawn in Group A of the 2019 Women’s World Cup alongside, hosts, France, South Korea and Norway. However, the…
Okon, Danjuma ready for ‘festival of queens’
They were the best teams in the country’s women football last season. Rivers United and Nasarawa Amazons dismissed all the pretenders in the 2017 season to win the biggest laurels in Nigerian women football and now it is time to decide who is the first among equals.
Rivers Angels vow to bounce back as Edo boosts NWFL Super Four
Still reeling from their unexpected 0-2 loss to Delta Queens, Rivers Angels’ Coach, Edwin Okon says he will work hard to ensure his girls bounced back to reckon in the on-going Nigerian Women Football League (NWFL) Super Four Championship holding in Benin.
Ikidi relishes return to Super Falcons
Sweden-based Super Falcons defender, Faith Ikidi, says she is happy to be back to the team after five years. Ikidi last featured for the Falcons at the 2011 edition ...
You must defend Nigeria’s name, Okon tells Falcons
Former Coach of the Super Falcons, Edwin Okon, has advised the defending champions of the African Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON)
Worried NFF summons coaches, as Zambia picks Lusaka for decisive tie
At the meeting, according to NFF sources, the officials will look for ways of ensuring Nigeria made this year’s edition of the festival. Nigeria failed to qualify for both the men and women football events of the last All Africa Games hosted by Mozambique in 2011 following losses to Ghana’s teams in the qualifiers.