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2024 WAFCONQ: Abiodun Dedicates POTM Award To Super Falcons Teammates

2024 WAFCONQ: Abiodun Dedicates POTM Award To Super Falcons Teammates

Deborah Abiodun has dedicated her Player of the Match award to her Super Falcons teammates after helping them to a 5-0 win against Cape Verde, completesports.com reports.

Abiodun made a return to the Falcons in Thursday’s 2024 WAFCON playoff in Abuja.

Despite being away from the team, after getting a red card at this year’s women’s World Cup, she won the best player award in the WAFCON qualifiers.

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Reacting after receiving the award, Abiodun thanked her teammates and Nigerian fans.

“Honored to receive the Player of the Match award! Huge thanks to my teammates and the incredible support from fans. Let’s keep pushing together! This award is for all of us. ⚽.”

Up next for Abiodun and the Falcons is the second leg on Tuesday, 5th December.


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  • Olujimi Morgan 3 months ago

    Watched highlights of the match. Wow, Nigeria has another truly promising player. She displaced it all – tactical awareness, technique (oh my gosh, there was one ball control when she just feathered the ball, turned to beat an opponent, and passed forward to a team mate), winning the ball, going past opponents. The only thing was she didnt shoot straight. I’ve watched her play in the US and know she can score. Okonkwo was another outstanding performer. Indeed, the whole team looked full of goals.

    I firmly believe Nigeria is building a strong team. Team play should be the basis of any match performance, rather than individual sparks. And most important, shooting must be worked upon in training so goal conversion ratio can increase.

    Congratulations to Nigerians and supporters of african female football.

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