2023 WWC: Ordega, Ayinde Yet To Arrive Super Falcons Camp

The Super Falcons, Nigeria’s national women’s football team, are gearing up for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. However, two key players, Francisca Ordega and Halimatu Ayinde, have yet to join the team’s training camp.

According to the official Super Falcons Twitter account, 21 players have already arrived in Gold Coast, Australia, where the team is conducting their training preparations for the tournament. However, the duo of Ordega and Ayinde are still expected to join the team.

The absence of these two players is notable, as they play important roles in the team’s success. Ordega, a skilled forward, is known for her speed and agility, which often pose a threat to opposing defenses. Ayinde, on the other hand, is a talented midfielder who excels in controlling the tempo of the game and distributing the ball to her teammates.

The Falcons and their coaching staff are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Ordega and Ayinde, as their presence will greatly enhance the team’s chances in the upcoming World Cup. The team is set to begin their campaign on Tuesday, July 4, when they will face tough competition in Group B against Australia, Canada, and the Republic of Ireland.

As the nine-time African champions, the Super Falcons have a rich history in women’s football and are expected to put up a strong fight in the World Cup. With players like Ordega and Ayinde, who possess exceptional skills and experience, the team has the potential to make a deep run in the tournament.

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Fans and supporters of the Super Falcons are eagerly anticipating the arrival of Ordega and Ayinde, as their inclusion will only strengthen the team’s chances of success. The entire nation will be rallying behind the team as they aim to make Nigeria proud on the international stage.

Stay tuned for more updates on the Super Falcons’ preparations for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

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