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I’m Done Playing In England –Plumptre

I’m Done Playing In England –Plumptre

Super Falcons defender Ashleigh Plumptre has disclosed that she no intention of playing her football in England.

Plumptre, who was part of the Super Falcons squad that narrowly lost via penalty shootouts to England in the round of 16 of the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Recall that Plumptre is a free agent after leaving Leicester City at the end of last season following the expiration of her contract

In chat with Eagles tracker, the Nigerian international, who distances herself from Man United move, stated that he’s determined to play outside of England.

“I am actually going abroad. I guess some people don’t think that because there’s been a lot of rumours,” she told Eagles Tracker.

“Making the trip to play abroad again, be away from my family is obviously a big thing, but I have a lot of fire in my belly about what I want to do with the people that I believe in like my coaches.”

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  • Glory 9 months ago

    May THE GRACE OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST go with you where ever and whenever. Proper original person ; no fakes. I n I always proud of you as you fly high, high, high…

    • Edoman 9 months ago

      @Glory, Amen. She deserves your/our prayers. Plumptre is a wonderful player and the Nation is very proud of her.

    • Ignatius Abo 9 months ago

      @Edoman and @Glory, you guys nailed it. We are proud of Plumptre. This is the kind of players we want to convince to play for Nigeria.
      Heaven bless Plumptre and all deserving Super Falcons dual nationality players.

    • MONKEY POST 9 months ago

      I say Amen to your prayers GLORY and thank you

  • Sam Ade 9 months ago

    Wow! That’s we that live in Europe because I live in London, UK for almost 20 years now and I still come to Nigeria three times in a year. God have a mercy on us, amen.

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