2023 World Cup: Waldrum names Oshoala, Ajibade, Oparanozie, 20 others for tournament

The Super Falcons of Nigeria will be looking to make history in Australia and New Zealand as they prepare for the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Coach Randy Waldrum has named a strong 23-woman squad that includes some of the biggest stars in African women’s football.

Barcelona Femeni star Asisat Oshoala is one of the players to watch in the Super Falcons squad. She has been in excellent form for her club, winning the Spanish League and the Champions League. Her experience and skill will be vital for the Nigerian team in their quest for success.

Another player to keep an eye on is Atletico Madrid Femeni forward Rasheedat Ajibade. The pacy forward has been in impressive form for her club, and her inclusion in the Super Falcons squad is well-deserved. She is expected to add pace and creativity to the team’s attack.

Desire Oparanozie will also be part of the team after missing out on the last Women’s Africa Cup of Nations. The experienced forward will be making her fourth World Cup appearance for the Super Falcons. Her leadership and goal-scoring ability will be crucial for the Nigerian team.

Coach Waldrum has invited a strong squad that is capable of making history in Australia and New Zealand. The team has been preparing diligently for the tournament, and the players are eager to give their best on the world stage.

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The Super Falcons have a tough group that includes Australia, Sweden, and New Zealand. However, with their talented squad and fighting spirit, they are capable of causing an upset and making it to the knockout stages.

Nigerian football fans will be hoping that the Super Falcons can replicate the success of the men’s team at the 2018 World Cup in Russia. The women’s team has the talent and determination to make history and bring glory to their country.

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