Super Falcons Beat Mali 2-0 In Aisha Buhari Cup Opener (Full Match Video)

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For how many years will I say it.
Going abroad which ought to be fruitful, is really not.
HB has in most cases been better, and they showed it in the entire game, whether as starter or as sub.
The coach should should try to keep away from being delusional.
And Ebi as I have often said should be the captain of the team.
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Beautiful pitch, probably the best in Naija at the moment
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DIMKA76 wrote: Thu Sep 16, 2021 12:32 am Beautiful pitch, probably the best in Naija at the moment
Lovely pitch, but is it grass?
Which stadium is it?
This can’t be the TB stadium the SE played on barely 2 weeks ago.
If it is then the rain really destroyed the surface that day.
This pitch looks very impressive.
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Damunk wrote: Thu Sep 16, 2021 6:38 am
DIMKA76 wrote: Thu Sep 16, 2021 12:32 am Beautiful pitch, probably the best in Naija at the moment
Lovely pitch, but is it grass?
Which stadium is it?
This can’t be the TB stadium the SE played on barely 2 weeks ago.
If it is then the rain really destroyed the surface that day.
This pitch looks very impressive.
Onikan Stadium. Recently renovated, well last year.

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Oguleftie wrote: Wed Sep 15, 2021 7:06 pm For how many years will I say it.
Going abroad which ought to be fruitful, is really not.
HB has in most cases been better, and they showed it in the entire game, whether as starter or as sub.
The coach should should try to keep away from being delusional.
And Ebi as I have often said should be the captain of the team.
The highlighted is clearly not true, especially in men's football in Nigeria. For the women, our NWFL is still very highly rated. Players move from there straight to top leagues in Europe. Latest were Gloria Ogbonna who just months ago left Edo Queens for Umea IK in Sweden, Monday will not be a HB for long. This a far cry from the men's league where they go for trials in backwater leagues. As per the match, two of our top performers in recent games were unavailable - Rasheedat Ajibade & Toni Payne. If those two were there it would have been a thrashing, go back and watch what the did to Equatorial Guinea in February or how they practically drag Nigeria from 3-1 down to the 3-3 draw with Portugal. I hope they'll be back fit for the qualifiers in October, if so Ghana has no chance.
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Adisboy wrote: Thu Sep 16, 2021 9:57 am
Oguleftie wrote: Wed Sep 15, 2021 7:06 pm For how many years will I say it.
Going abroad which ought to be fruitful, is really not.
HB has in most cases been better, and they showed it in the entire game, whether as starter or as sub.
The coach should should try to keep away from being delusional.
And Ebi as I have often said should be the captain of the team.
The highlighted is clearly not true, especially in men's football in Nigeria. For the women, our NWFL is still very highly rated. Players move from there straight to top leagues in Europe. Latest were Gloria Ogbonna who just months ago left Edo Queens for Umea IK in Sweden, Monday will not be a HB for long. This a far cry from the men's league where they go for trials in backwater leagues. As per the match, two of our top performers in recent games were unavailable - Rasheedat Ajibade & Toni Payne. If those two were there it would have been a thrashing, go back and watch what the did to Equatorial Guinea in February or how they practically drag Nigeria from 3-1 down to the 3-3 draw with Portugal. I hope they'll be back fit for the qualifiers in October, if so Ghana has no chance.
Stop diverting from the issue at hand.
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They didn’t really beat them; they scored 2 late goals against Mali
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jette1 wrote: Thu Sep 16, 2021 11:29 pm They didn’t really beat them; they scored 2 late goals against Mali
LOL. Does that mean MALI WON????

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Ugbowo wrote: Fri Sep 17, 2021 5:46 pm
jette1 wrote: Thu Sep 16, 2021 11:29 pm They didn’t really beat them; they scored 2 late goals against Mali
LOL. Does that mean MALI WON????

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Abbey wrote: Fri Sep 17, 2021 8:27 pm
Ugbowo wrote: Fri Sep 17, 2021 5:46 pm
jette1 wrote: Thu Sep 16, 2021 11:29 pm They didn’t really beat them; they scored 2 late goals against Mali
LOL. Does that mean MALI WON????

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I took a double take when I read that. Na real waa oooo! I guess the Falcons lost the game since "They didn't really beat them" or abi na me no understand de English?
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Enugu II wrote: Fri Sep 17, 2021 9:40 pm
Abbey wrote: Fri Sep 17, 2021 8:27 pm
Ugbowo wrote: Fri Sep 17, 2021 5:46 pm
jette1 wrote: Thu Sep 16, 2021 11:29 pm They didn’t really beat them; they scored 2 late goals against Mali
LOL. Does that mean MALI WON????

Nothing Musa no go see for gate
:rotf:
I took a double take when I read that. Na real waa oooo! I guess the Falcons lost the game since "They didn't really beat them" or abi na me no understand de English?
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Probably best pitch in Lagos. I remember when there used to be concrete on the pitch at Onikan.
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Morocco and South Africa are going to be a headache for the falcons in the future. Their girls are not playing o.
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