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Ajibade Named Atletico Madrid Women’s Player Of The Season

Ajibade Named Atletico Madrid Women’s Player Of The Season

Rasheedat Ajibade has been named Atletico Madrid women’s Player of the Season for 2023/24.

Atletico Madrid announced Ajibade as the Player of the Season on their X handle on Wednesday.

Ajibade scored 10 goals and provided eight assists for Atletico Madrid in the just concluded campaign.

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She scored the decisive goal in the 1-0 win against Villarreal on the final day, which secured qualification for next season’s UEFA women’s Champions League. preliminary round.

Ajibade is expected to feature for the Super Falcons at this year’s Paris Olympic games.

In the qualifiers against South Africa, she scored the only goal in the 1-0 aggregate win against the African champions.

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  • Dr. Drey 1 month ago

    No news yet about our olympic preparations.

    Some of our group opponents have already released their olympic squads.

    But the consolation is that should the team fail, the coach of the team is not the type that will throw his players under the bus.

    He would rather fight headlong with his employers and risk losing his job.

  • Aleks 1 month ago

    Congratulations, Rasheedat! You’ve always been a solid player anytime. 
    It’s a pity that our clueless NFF have totally failed to harness your talent and those of other great Super Falcons players to enable you achieve the successes that you deserve in National colours. Almost all first team and even some second eleven Super Falcons players are the main stay of their clubs in Europe and North America, yet National teams with players of lesser pedigree are  better ranked and have won more international accolades than Super Falcons due to the selfishness and corruption within the Nigerian sports administration system, with NFF the worst of the lot.
    Any wonder that dual nationality players commit to Nigeria only when they believe they have no chance at all with the other countries that they’re eligible for.
    Its such a great pain seeing players like this end up achieving only a fraction of their potentials due to a system run by people who do not know that the personal interest they seek, can even be better enhanced when they develop the game to achieve its full potential in the country. 
    The Olympics offer a great opportunity for these young ladies and Nigerian football in general, but as usual NFF is primed to mess it up with poor preparations.

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