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Falconets Star Sabastine Set To Join French Club Stade de Reims

Falconets Star Sabastine Set To Join French Club Stade de Reims

Falconets and Bayelsa Queens forward Flourish Sabastine is close to joining French first division women’s club Stade de Reims.

Sabastine is expected to be unveiled in the coming days subject to successful medical and agreement of terms.

The 18-year-old will be the third Nigerian player to join the club in the last 12 months after Rofiat Imuran and Tosin Demehin.

The three players featured at the 2022 FIFA U-20 women’s World Cup in Costa Rica.

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Demehin and Imuran were part of the Super Falcons squad that reached the 2023 FIFA women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Sabastine helped Bayelsa Queens finish third at the second edition of the 2022 CAF women’s Champions League in Morocco.

She got her first call-up to the Super Falcons ahead of their 2024 WAFCON qualifiers against São Tomé and Principe.

However, São Tomé withdrew from the qualifiers, paving the way for the Falcons to progress into the second round where they will face Cape Verde.

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  • Ololo 6 months ago

    An amazing player.. another girl that will soon retire so many older falcons players

  • Chima E Samuels 6 months ago

    She’s very skillful and if fortunate she’ll be playing Barcelona in no time.

  • Flourish Sebastian definitely has pace. Reminds me of a younger Ordega Fransisca though Sebastian is faster.

    With her pace, trickery and dribbling skills, she will definitely be an asset in club and national team football. She now needs to work on har stamina and also decision making. She should be less rash in the 18 yard box as her crude tackle gifted Ghana a penalty in the recently concluded wafu cup which left the Falconets with a mountain to climb.

    Good luck with this news to the French league.

    One of Sebastian’s colleagues whom I pray is not continually overlooked is Mercy Idoko. Perhaps going to Israel was not a prudent move for visibility that would have attracted national team invitation.

    Mercy remains a level headed centre forward whose versatility could be harvested to bountiful success in the Super Falcons.

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