Oshoala Promises Best For Young Female footballers

Super Falcons prolific striker, Asisat Oshoala, has said that she will continue to do her best towards promoting female football and also making them better persons in the society.

The clinic for female footballers in Lagos state is organised by the reigning African CAF women footballer of the year is aiming to improve the physical, social and intellectual development of the girl child though education and sports..

With a lot of young students participating in the program, scouts and coaches are watching the students and pick the best ones for sponsorship.

Speaking to sportstalkafrica.com, Oshoala said there have been different football tournaments for the girls in Lagos but that her clinic is a bigger one, aimed at combining academics and sports in order to develop talents at a much younger age obtainable in Europe.

“This year, we decided to make it a bigger tournament. We believe we can catch them very young, and it is a good thing for us as a team to help girls out there”.


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Born July 13, 1965, Fred Edoreh hails from Umeh, Isoko South, Delta State. He attended St. John Primary School, Iselegu, Mater Dei Collage Ashaka, St. Patrick’s Grammar School, Asaba for HSC and graduated in English and Literary Studies at Bendel State University, Ekpoma.
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