Category Archives: women soccer
Everyone knows the talent of Cristiano Ronaldo, but how many know of the mesmerising skill of Marta Vieira Da Silva?
Today We celebrate the stars who have set the standard for the women’s game in the modern era. Read the rest of this entry
Seven months ago, the 12th African Women’s Nations Cup took place in Cameroon. The women’s game appeared to have made a huge leap on the pitch, but with prize money negligible, the players are still competing for little more than pride.
African players are still facing stigma and misogynistic abuse. Players abandon the African leagues for overseas’ clubs owing to cultural factors and neglect, and that “the problem is lack of sponsorship, motivation, poor welfare, Read the rest of this entry
Germany are looking to win this competition for the seventh time in a row but will face stiff competition from France, who will call upon a number of players from a dominant Lyon team. Read the rest of this entry
Former Deputy Chairman House of Representatives Committee on Sports, Ayo Omidiran believes women football will need some assistance from the Nigeria Football Federation to improve the fortunes of the country’s women’s national team.
Within the space of three months, the Super Falcons failed to qualify for the 2016 Olympics football event, failed to grab a medal at the All African Games and dropped nine places to 38th position in the Fifa rankings for the third quarter of 2015. Read the rest of this entry
Ebere who was on parade for the Super Falcons at the 2015 Fifa Women’s World Cup would be hoping to be a regular in Farid Benstiti’s squad as she hopes to compete with Laure Boulleau, Laura Georges, Sabrina Delannoy, Jessica Houara, Josephine Henning and Hawa Cissoko for first team action. Read the rest of this entry
Her beautiful finish not only guaranteed them the maximum points, but also ended Arsenal Ladies unbeaten run in the season. Read the rest of this entry
He has been replaced with his assistant; Christopher Danjuma who will handle the team’s Olympics qualifier against Equatorial Giunea until a substantive trainer is employed. Read the rest of this entry