Prioritize Good Character Ability In Players’ Selection – Sanusi Charges U-17 Coaches

 Prioritize Good Character Ability In Players’ Selection – Sanusi Charges U-17 Coaches

NFF General Secretary, Dr Mohammed Sanusi

General Secretary of the Nigeria Football Federation, Dr. Mohammed Sanusi has admonished the coaches of the u17 Women National Team, Flamingos, to place as much premium on good conduct, excellent character and level-headedness as on-field ability, in their final selection of players for the team.

Sanusi gave this charge earlier today at the Glass House where he met with the crew of assistant coaches of the Flamingos.

They are Bankole Olowookere (assistant coach 1), Queendoleen Akpan (assistant coach 2) and Mohammed Ndanusa (goalkeepers’ trainer)

 The coaching crew told newsmen that they have intensified work ahead of selection of the squad that will confront guinea in a 2020 FIFA  u-17 women’s world cup qualifying fixture early next month.

Most of the invited players are already at the in Abuja undergoing intense training sessions in readiness for the Qualifiers.

Players Invited To U17 Girls Camp:

Augustina Unamba, Nelly Chukwuebuka, Damilola Amole, Nwacke Odinaka, Favour Edwin, Perpetua Osinachi, Chidinma Ogbuchi, Onumeze Shadrack, Linda, Nnaocha, Chinyere Kalu, Miracle Ohaneri, Precious Taiwo, Mary Nwakwolam, Chinyere Ihuoma, Idowu Kuku, Uluoma Onwere, Blessing Green, Maryam Abdulkabir, Motunrayo Yusuf, Olushola Shobowale, Deborah Abiodun, Amarachi Odoma, Esther Inyang, Rofiat Imuran, Ireti Eretan, Dahz Alvin, Foluke Opeyori, Esther Onyenezide, Damilola Oladipo, Ogechi James, Zepere Azama, Hannah Yusuf, Oluchi Okwara, Opeyemi Ajakaye, Kelechi Chukwumalem, Temilope Owoeye, Jumoke Alani, Yemisi Samuel, Deborah Abiodun

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