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Aisha Buhari Cup: ‘I’m Ever Ready To Give My Flesh, Blood For Nigeria’ -Oparanozie

Aisha Buhari Cup: ‘I’m Ever Ready To Give My Flesh, Blood For Nigeria’ -Oparanozie

Super Falcons striker, Desire Oparanozie has expressed his readiness to give his flesh ans blood while playing her fatherland.

Oparanozie made this known after recovering from a head collision she sustained in Nigeria’s 2-0 win over Mali on Monday during the Aisha Buhari Invitational Women’s Tournament in Lagos.

The 27-year-old, who plays in the Division 1 Féminine for Dijon FCO was involved in a collision at the end of the first half and needed medical treatment before she left the stadium.

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The Nigerian international took to her Instagram handle to show the head injury she sustained and thanked the medical team who treated her.

“Fighting through in my youth, for fatherland, sweat, and blood. Appreciation to the medical team for being on deck hands on. #HeadCollision”, she wrote

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 4
  • Great spirit. Proud of you Oparanozie and all you SUPER FALCONS. Your own way of reaching out to the masses not minding the “politricians”. God bless to you all

     
  • Sporty 1 month ago

    This same Nigeria that will violate the living hell out of you, a government that won’t hesitate to wipe out your clan if the odds tilt against them? Lol. Let me just stop there and call this a mere media statement

     
  • Omo9ja 1 month ago

    This is the lady NFF treated badly. This is the player NFF chased away because she was telling the Nigeria football Federation to fear God and do the right thing at the right.

    This is what is happening when you put the love of your country first before money Oparanozie.

    I am facing the same thing here Desire but I am pretty sure that we patriotic Nigerians will win the race in the end.

    The spirit I will die for my country is not in the Super Eagles but I can see that is what is keeping the Super Falcons going in Africa but do it in a smart way because NFF doesn’t care about anybody but their pockets.

    We love you Oparanozie. And I hope you ladies are enjoying Onikan stadium.

    The structure of the stadium is second to none in Nigeria.

    I have been waiting for this long time ago but thank God we have one in Lagos for now.

    I am so surprise that CSN didn’t say anything about the Onikan stadium.

    More still coming in Lagos. We want a world best stadium in Lagos if possible, we can have that around the Atlantic Ocean as somebody said here few weeks ago.

    Desire, keep the spirit going, we are solidly behind you. God is in control . God bless Nigeria!!!

     
  • pompei 1 month ago

    ENIYAN LORI, KONI FILA.
    Person get head, but no fitting cap to match.
    Desire, like most of our other players, male and female, is battle ready. But with administrators not providing the needed support, it is like someone with a head but no cap to match.
    NFF ONIGBESE, when will the promises to PAY IN FULL the entitlements of SE coaches and players be fulfilled? WHEN? Hopefully, the Super Falcons and their coaches are not being owed as well?
    The promise was made that SE coaches and players will be paid if they beat Liberia. They not only beat Liberia, they also beat CV away. Now they seat on top of the group.
    So, where is the promised money?
    We know that NFF ONIGBESE promises are pretty much worthless, but this is ridiculous! Can shame not move someone in the Glass House to act, and do the right thing?
    Head dey, no cap to match.
    We have the footballing talents, players who are willing to fight for the jersey. But they are not getting the support they need to succeed. Even ordinary pitch to play football on, NA WAHALA.
    While our boys and girls battle on the pitch, some utterly shameless characters are behind the scenes, tenaciously holding on to bonuses and salaries. When monkey don finish work, baboon go balance begin chop. NA WA OOOOO!!!