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Revealed: Why Nigeria lost to USA, Jamaica in Summer Series

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No.1 Women’s Football Journalist Super Falcons epic match against United States Women’s National Team (USWNT) on June 16 at the brand new Q2 Stadium in Austin, Texas marked the first time the USA has ever faced Nigeria outside of a FIFA Women’s World Cup final and Olympic Games. Also, the epic match was just the third-ever ...

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Summer Series: Super Falcons players return to base, NFF delegation arrive Lagos

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No. 1 Women’s Football Journalist The Nigeria delegation to the just concluded Four-Nation  invitational tournament tagged Summer Series which took place in Houston and Austin in Texas, United States, have arrived the country. The 10 home-based Super Falcons players, three assistant coaches, Ann Chiejine, Wemimo  Mathew and Auwal Makwalla (Goalkeepers Trainer) as well as backroom staff ...

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Fireworks as World Champs, US, Nigeria clash in Summer Series finale

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No. 1 Women’s Football Journalist All is now set as United States Women’s National Team (USWNT) will in the early hours of Thursday in Nigeria  (which is 8 pm in Texas), face their toughest test in the Four-Nation invitational tournament when the reigning World Champions clash with African Champions, Nigeria in the last match of the ...

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Exclusive: MKO Abiola stadium pitch turns green, scoreboards come alive

By Harry Awurumibe, Editor-in-Chief After many years  of lying fallow, with the mainbowl pitch turning to a desert, green grasses have started growing at Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja. Sportsrevelation exclusively reports that the contractors handling the renovation works at the mainbowl pitch and the refurbishment of the two electronic scoreboards have been working round the clock to deliver on ...

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Summer Series: Nigeria, Portugal play 3-3 draw as Ajibade’s late strike save Falcons

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No. 1 Women’s Football Journalist A stoppage time goal scored by Atlectico Madrid midfielder, Rasheedat Ajibade in the 90+5 minute was what Nigeria’s Super Falcons needed to force Portugal to 3-3 draw in both country’s second matches of the Summer Series at BBVA Stadium in Houston, Texas, United States (US) in the wee hours of Monday. ...

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Summer Series: Nigeria bows to Jamaica as US humble Portugal

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No. 1 Women’s Football Journalist Expectedly, Nigeria began her campaign in the Four-nation invitational tournament tagged Summer Series in the United States (US) on losing note as Deneisha Blackwood’s second half strike gave Jamaica a lone goal victory over the African champions at BBVA Stadium in Houston on Thursday. In the second game of the day ...

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4-Nation Tourney: Falcons ‘Big girls’, Oshoala, Onome miss Nigeria’s opening clash vs Jamaica

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No. 1 Women’s Football Journalist As Nigeria files out tonight against Jamaica in the opening match of the Four-nation invitational tournament tagged Summer Series holding in Texas from June 10 to 16, the Super Falcons will be without some key players. Among the big miss are Falcons Captain and FC Barcelona feminine forward, Asisat Lamina Oshoala and ...

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Full house as Spanish leaque stars, Ajibade, Chikwelu, others hit Falcons US camp

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No.1 Women’s Football Journalist At last, the much-awaited Spanish leaque stars have joined the Super Falcons camp in Texas, United States (US) with the arrival on Wednesday of five more players to  camp. They are Rasheedat Ajibade (Athletico Madrid), Charity Adule (SD Eibar), Tochi Oluehi (Pozoalbanse), Rita Chikwelu and Chidinma Okeke (Madrid CFF) who arrived the ...

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Super Falcons camp bubbles as Ordega, 14 players settle down in Houston

By Harry Awurumibe, Africa’s No. 1 Women’s Football Journalist Super Falcons Head Coach, Randy Waldrum was all smiles following the arrival Tuesday of no fewer than 15 players at team’s Marriot Marquis in Houston, Texas, just as more arrivals are expected in camp today. Sportsrevelation can authoritatively report that the nine home-based players joined six diaspora players who had earlier arrived ...

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