Evelyn Ijeh’s Växjo DFF beat Bergdalens IK 2-0 to emerge Champions of Sweden 

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No.1 Women Football Journalist 

Winners. ..Växjö DFF players celebrating their victory over their opponents yesterday.

Two goals from Maria Møller Thomsen and Olivia Mattsson helped Växjö DFF to beat Bergdalens IK 2-0 at Borås Arena in the final match of the Elitetta, the 1st Division of the Sweden women’s football league on Saturday, October 22. 2022.

As exclusively reported on Saturday by Prompt News, (a sister Nigeria’s authoritative online newspapers), this victory ensured that Växjö DFF emerged as the Champions of Sweden’s 1st Division League as the winner of  Elitettan with a total of 62 points after 24 matches plus 62 goals difference during the incredible season.
Also, Nigerian-born Evelyn Ijeh, daughter of former Nigerian International striker Peter Ijeh, emerged Växjö DFF’s top-scorer with 19 goals in 23 league  appearances.

Happy Man…Dennis Poppelryd, Växjö DFF Sporting Director is happy for club’s achievement.

The 21 year-old whose goals helped her team to return to the elite division is closely followed by Mattis Strömgren, 24 who scored 11 goals in 20 appearances while Hadda Stokki 20, scored 9 goals in 21 appearances

Meanwhile, speaking to Prompt News from his base in Sweden on his team’s away victory over Bergdalens IK at Borås Arena yesterday, Växjö DFF Sporting Director, Dennis Poppelryd, said his glad that his club has achieved its set objective of returning to the  Sweden Women Premier League.
He commended the entire team; players, coaches, backroom staff and management of  Växjö DFF, for achieving this great  milestone in the history of the club.

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