Monthly Archives: October 2021

Morocco 2022 Qualifiers: Goals galore as Algeria spells Sudan, Khartoum in 14-0 massacre

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No.1 Women’s Football Journalist Algeria has sounded a note of warning to other countries in the running for the 11 qualification tickets for the African Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) Morocco 2022 by walloping hapless Sudan 14-0 in the first leg of the first round tie played on Wednesday inside Omar Hamadi Stadium, Algiers. This is ...

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Morocco 2022: Kanu scores brace as Falcons beat Black Queens 2-0 in Lagos

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No.1 Women’s Football Journalist Linkopings FC of Sweden’s striker,Uchenna Kanu singlehandedly destroyed Ghana Black Queens with two quick goals in the space of five minutes of the first half to help Nigeria’s Super Falcons beat their bitter rivals 2-0 in the first leg of the African Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) Morocco 2022 qualifiers on Wednesday ...

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Road to Morocco 2022: Nigeria, Ghana rekindle old rivalry in Lagos as Falcons face toughest test

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No. 1 Women’s Football Journalist It will be fireworks when old rivals, Nigeria’s Super Falcons clash with visiting Black Queens of Ghana at the refurbished Mobolaji Johnson Arena at Onikan Waterfront, Lagos on Wednesday,  October 20 for the first leg of the double-header matches of the on-going Afrcan Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) Morocco 2022 scheduled ...

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AWCON 2022: Players still trickling into Falcons camp 48 hours to Black Queens clash

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No.1 Women’s Football Journalist Less than 48 hours to Nigeria’s Super Falcons and Black Queens of Ghana crucial African Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) first leg qualifier clash  billed for Mobolaji Johnson Arena, Onikan on Wednesday, October 20, 2021 by 4pm, invited players are still trickling into the Lagos camp like snail. Aside two foreign-based invitees, ...

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Invitation of aging players not to Super Falcons’ benefit, says Ex-Flying Angels Chairman

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s  No.1 Women’s Football Journalist Apparently disturbed by the performance of the Super Falcons in the Aisha Buhari Invitational Tournament in Lagos, a foremost women’s football administrator and ex-Chairman of the defunct Flying Angels of Lagos, Chief John Obijiaku has said the continued invitation of aging players to the team is inimical to the progress of the ...

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AWCON 2022 qualifiers: Waldrum shuns Aisha Buhari Cup flops, invite 8 home-based Falcons for clash against Black Queens in Lagos

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No.1 Women’s Football Journalist Apparently not impressed with their performances, no fewer than seven players invited for the better forgotten Aisha Buhari Invitational Tournament in Lagos last month by Super Falcons Head Coach, Randy Waldrum have been axed as a handful of home-based players made the cut for the crucial African Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) ...

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Costa Rica 2022: Senegal, S/Africa, Cameroon, Nigeria, 12 others advance to Third Round

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No.1 Women’s Football Journalist With the withdrawal of Guinea Bissau and conclusion of the second leg matches of Second  Round of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup ‘Costa Rica 2022’ African qualifiers, the field is now complete as 16 countries have advanced to the Third Round including Nigeria. Although the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has ...

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Costa Rica 2022: Nigeria, Ghana advance to next round as Namibia, 13 others know fate today

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No.1 Women’s Football Journalist Nigeria’s junior women’s football team, the Falconets have joined Ghana’s U-20 women’s team, Black Maidens in booking their tickets to the next round of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, Costa Rica 2022 African qualifiers. The Falconets thrashed Central African Republic (CAR) 4-0 in the return leg match played on Wednesday at ...

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Only the sky will be the limit for African women’s football, says CAF Director of Competitions, Adamu

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No.1 Women’s Football Journalist “This is the culmination of hard work that began several years ago. CAF was committed to introducing new competitions to strengthen the clubs and leagues of the continent when it developed the 2020-2023 women’s football strategy. Promise kept, since women’s football clubs now have their Champions League”. With these words, the Confederation ...

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