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2023 Women’s World Cup: Super Falcons’ chances for better outing

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Otu George

Putting up an appearance for the 7th time in the FIFA Women’s World Cup makes the Super Falcons no newbie to the biggest tournament for women’s football in the world. They have been around, seen it to some extent and now with another chance to better their lots.

But then, if preparation were to be a metric to deciding the chances of a team excelling in a competition, the Super Falcons would have to wait for another four years to get past their best-ever finish: the quarter finals.

Boasting of a talent-studded squad headlined by Barcelona’s Asisat Oshoala, Atletico Madrid’s Rasheedat Ajibade, Sevilla’s Toni Payne, only a few nations outdo Nigeria in terms of quality even though in recent time, that strength of quality has proven not to be enough as the nine-time African champions are slowly losing grip of their monopoly on the continent of Africa.

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