The Cup holders got their 12th Women Africa Cup of Nations campaign back on track with a 2-0 win over Botswana.
Browsing: Francisca Ordega
Russia-based Ordega is said to be one of 10 players from across the teams in Morocco axed by CAF for this reason.
For the tournament in Morocco, the nine-time champions have an interesting mix of the old guard and new blood.
Governor Samuel Ortom; his deputy, Benson Abounu; and other members of the State Executive Council on Wednesday in Makurdi gave the two footballers a standing ovation for being true ambassadors.
Super Falcons star, Francisca Ordega, has completed a move to Chinese Super League side, Shanghai Shenhua, after four years at United States’ National Women’s Soccer League campaigners, Washington Spirit.
Nigeria international, Francisca Ordega, has become the latest African to move to the Chinese Women’s Super League after signing for Shanghai W.F.C.
Reigning African queen and Dalian Quanjian of China star, Asisat Oshoala, battle her national teammate Francisca Ordega and South African Chrestinah Thembi Kgatlana for the trophy of the Women’s Player of the Year 2018 at the African Player of the Year Award.
Nigerian duo of Asisat Oshoala and Francisca Ordega and South African Chrestinah Thembi Kgatlana have made the final three for the Women’s Player of the Year 2018 CAF Awards.
The Thomas Dennerby-girls punched their World Cup ticket courtesy a 4-2 penalty win over Cameroon after 120 minutes of action failed to produce any goals.
Asisat Oshoala scored a hat-trick while Francisca Ordega, Desire Oparanozie and Rita Chikwelu pulled one goal each to set up a semi – final match-up against Cameroon’s Lionesses.
Desire Oparanozie signaled it would be another day of several misses when she poorly hit the ball with only the goalkeeper to beat after two minutes.
The visitors strung passes together brilliantly in the midfield but could not get past the experienced Nigerian rear wall of Faith Michael, Ngozi Ebere, Osinachi Ohale and Skipper Onome Ebi
The forward, 24, has joined on loan until March from United States women’s side Washington Spirit
The Washington Spirit is an American professional soccer club based in Germantown, Maryland that participated in the National Women’s Soccer League.
The midfielder, who hopes to increase her 26 international caps at the continental championship, said: “The goal for us is that we want to retain the Cup in Cameroon. Not just to participate, but to win and return the trophy back home