Falconets Coach Invites 30 Players Ahead Of Tanzania Clash

Christopher Danjuma, new head coach of the Nigeria U-20 women’s national team, the Falconets, on Tuesday invited 30 players for next month’s FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup qualifying clash against Tanzania

The Two-time FIFA World Cup silver medalists will entertain their Tanzanian counterparts in Nigeria on Saturday, September 16, with the return fixture slated for September 30, in Dar es Salaam.

Midfield stalwarts Joy Bokiri and Cynthia Aku and star forward Rasheedat Ajibade are among the players who have been invited to report at the Serob Legacy Hotel, Wuye, Abuja, on Wednesday, August 23, with their training kits, original birth certificates and international passports.

Full list of invited players:

Monle Omini (Abia Angels), Tola Adeniyi (Sunshine Queens), Chioma Okoye (Saadatu Amazons), Chiamaka Nnadozie (Rivers Angels), Nelly Ekeh (Pelican Stars), Blessing Ezekiel (Rivers Angels), Margaret Etim (Delta Queens), Oluwakemi Famuditi (Confluence Queens), Gloria Ogbonna (Ibom Angels), Joy Duru (Nasarawa Amazons), Feyintola Mabokanje (FC Robo Queens), Florence Alexander (Sunshine Queens), Juliet Iorliam (Nasarawa Amazons), Kikelomo Odueke (Edo Queens), Joy Bokiri (Bayelsa Queens), Bola Oladiti (Confluence Queens), Josephine Queens (Nasarawa Amazons), Lilian Tule (Bayelsa Queens), Christy Uchebe (Nasarawa Amazons), Blessing Onoriose (Bayelsa Queens), Adebisi Saheed (Delta Queens), Helen Ugar (Pelican Stars), Uche Udefo (Edo Queens), Rasheedat Ajibade (FC Robo Queens), Charity Reuben (Ibom Angels), Chinyere Igbomalu (Nasarawa Queens), Doosima Tarnum (Adamawa Queens), Cynthia Aku (Rivers Angels), Mariam Abdulrasheed (Confluence Queens), Anam Imo (Nasarawa Amazons)

The Falconets have played in every edition of the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup, since it was launched as an U19 tournament in Canada 15 years ago.

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