Ministry probes failure as players accept culpability
Sports Minister, Sunday Dare has promised to find out the immediate and remote causes of Nigeria’s failure to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Dennerby denies link to Indian U-17 national team job
Nigeria women’s national team head coach, Thomas Dennerby has called links to the India U-17 women national team job “fake news” and insists he is focused on sorting out his future with Nigeria, report goal.com.
Minister of sports to resolve Dennerby departure
Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare has promised to wade into the situation concerning the coach of the Nigeria women's national football team, Thomas Dennerby. The Swedish coach, who signed a two-and-a-half-year contract to lead the Super Falcons in January 2018, left the country amidst talks of quitting his role over claims that some…
Dennerby abandons Super Falcons over ‘official interference’
Super Falcons Coach, Thomas Dennerby has left the country unceremoniously over claims that some influential members of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) were interfering in his work.
Falcons will take the fight to Germany, says Dennerby
Coach Thomas Dennerby says his charges will take the game right to the Germans in today’s World Cup Round of 16 clash at the Stade des Alpes in Grenoble. Nigeria is a popular attraction in Grenoble, as the Falcons defeated Korea Republic 2-0 there in their second match of the group phase on June…
Nigeria battles hosts in Rennes for survival
Nigeria will this afternoon face its biggest task at the on-going FIFA Women World Cup in France when it faces the hosts in its last group match.
Women's World Cup: Everything you should know about the Super Falcons
For many, many years the Super Falcons have been a team of disparate parts cobbled together in the shortest time frame possible and expected to perform optimally with very little preparation. To their credit, they have almost always delivered, especially on the continent where they have won nine of 11 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations.…
24 years after 8-0 defeat, Super Falcons again test might against Norway
One of the assistant coaches in the current Super Falcons’ squad, Maureen Madu, played for Nigeria in the second edition...
Super Falcons’ defender, Ebi, set for record fifth women’s World Cup appearance
Super Falcons’ defender Onome Ebi was named to play at her fifth women’s World Cup when she was included in Nigeria’s squad for next month’s finals in France. Ebi, 36, first competed at the 2003 Women’s World Cup in the U.S. and then at subsequent editions in China, Germany, and Canada. She is the first…