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10 Aug
Despite the fate that befell the female national football team on the field of play in Morocco, at the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON), it is disgraceful that the players had to stage a protest to get paid their allowances.
6 Aug
The Super Falcons of Nigeria has recorded the biggest drop by points in the current FIFA rankings. The former African champions dropped a whopping 69.33 points, which is adjudged the biggest ever.
26 Jul
A new era in women’s football in Africa has kicked in with the Banyana Banyana of South Africa taking home the WAFCON trophy last weekend. It was a pulsating match in which the South Africans showed that they were ready for the big moment.
23 Jul
Glory Ogbonna, Super Falcons defender, has said that the team is disappointed over its inability to retain the African Cup of Nations trophy it won in 2018.
21 Jul
Despite players’ protest over match allowances and bonuses allegedly owed by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Olumo United FC Chairman, Segun Solanke, has charged the Super Falcons to compensate themselves with the bronze medal at the ongoing Women African Cup of Nations in Morocco.
20 Jul
Glory Ogbonna, the ace defender of the Super Falcons, said the team remained proud even with the loss of the semi-final game against the host team, Morocco.
16 Jul
Glory Ogbonna, Super Falcons defender, said the team had worked hard to win their 10th Women Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON) in Morocco, to remain the dominant team on the continent
14 Jul
Nigeria’s Super Falcons are through to the semi-finals of the on-going Women Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco after a 1-0 win over Cameroon in a quarter-final fixture played in Casablanca on Thursday. The victory over the Indomitable Lionesses at the for Stade Mohamed V Stadium means the Super Falcons – Africa’s most successful national…
10 Jul
Ahead of their final group game today at the ongoing Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON) in Morocco, the Super Falcons have been charged to end this phase in style as they take on their counterparts from Burundi.

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