The Super Falcons have always been a force to be reckoned with in African football, and they are set to take on the world once again at the 2023 FIFA World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. The team, led by coach Randy Waldrum, is a mix of young and experienced players who are all eager to make an impact on the global stage.
One interesting fact about the squad is that 11 of the 23 players will be making their debut at the World Cup. This is a testament to the team’s focus on building for the future and giving young players the opportunity to showcase their talents.
Another notable fact is that Asisat Oshoala, the Barcelona Femeni star, is the highest goalscorer on the team with two goals at the World Cup. Oshoala has been in fine form for both club and country, and she will be looking to add to her tally when the tournament kicks off in July.
Onome Ebi, the oldest player on the team at 40, is also the most capped player with 14 appearances at the World Cup. Ebi has been a mainstay of the Super Falcons for many years, and her experience will be invaluable to the team’s success.
Finally, the youngest player on the team is Rofiat Imuran, who is only 19 years old. Imuran plays for Stade de Reims and is seen as the likely successor to Ebi when she eventually retires.
In conclusion, the Super Falcons have a talented squad that has the potential to make waves at the 2023 FIFA World Cup. With a mix of youth and experience, the team will be looking to progress past the first round and challenge some of the best teams in the world. As always, Nigerian football fans will be cheering on their beloved Super Falcons every step of the way.