Dennerby praises gallant Falcons as analysts condemn harsh VAR rules
The gallant falcons played their best game of the on-going FIFA Women World Cup in France, but at the end, the Super Falcons, reduced to 10 players in the second half, succumbed to the hosts via a debatable penalty kick on Monday.
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…
Nigeria vs France: Everything you need to know about Super Falcons' opponents
France look to continue their blitz in Group A of the World Cup against Nigeria in their final group game. For the Super Falcons, the game at the Roazhon Park could determine their qualification. Nigeria also have extra motivation with their sights on revenging the 8-0 drubbing in a friendly in 2018. France overview Four…
Africans don’t believe women can play football, says Falcons’ Chikwelu
Super Falcons midfielder, Rita Chikwelu, has revealed that Africans don’t believe that Women can excel in football.She spoke to CNN’s Amanda Davies at the on-going 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France.
Tonto Dike, Cee-C, others join Amstel Malta to support Super Falcons in #Naija4Falcons pledge
Leading the vanguard of Nigerians pledging to support the Super Falcons are notable personalities such as Nollywood actress, Tonto Dike and former Big Brother Naija housemate, Cee-C.
Oshoala hope Falcons get points against France
Super Falcons striker Asisat Oshoala Wednesday admitted that she and other teammates were scared of losing their second game at the FIFA Women's World Cup in France. After suffering a 3-0 loss to Norway in their opening game and in dire need of a win against a Korean side who also went down 4-0 to…
Super Falcons dump Korea 2-0, set sights on France
The Super Falcons of Nigeria yesterday resuscitated their dream of making the second round of the on-going FIFA Women World Cup in France with a 2-0 defeat of Korea Republic in their second game of the competition. The Nigerians lost their first game 0-3 to Norway and needed victory yesterday to remain in contention for…
Super Falcons ‘two' good for Korea
Asisat Oshoala and an own goal by Do-Yeon Kim earned Nigeria their first win at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France. Oshoala turned in a player of the match performance as the Super Falcons defeated South Korea 2-0 on Wednesday in Grenoble to keep alive their hopes of progressing to the knockout rounds…