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Perpetua Nkwocha to start against Namibia

17 October 2014, 14:26Israel Ojoko

Perpetua Nkwocha to start against Namibia

Windhoek - Super Falcons coach Edwin Okon has changed the lineup which has been starting since the 2014 African Women’s Championship began in Windhoek.

Four time African woman player of the year Perpetua Nkwocha, for the first time, has been given the nod to start against Namibia, while Desire Oparanozie and Asisat Oshoala are starting from the bench.

The game kicks off 6pm local time on Friday, which is 4pm Nigerian time.

Also read: Super Falcons coach benches Nkwocha again

Jersey Number                                      Name

 16.                                            Ibubeleye Whyte

 2.                                             Evelyn Nwabuoku. (C)

 4 -                                            Perpetua Nkwocha

 6 -                                              Josephine Chukwunonye

 11 -                                            Esther Sunday

 12 -                                            Osinachi Ohale

 13 -                                            Cecilia Nku

 14 -                                            Francisca Ordega

 17 -                                            Gloria Ofoegbu

 18 -                                              Ngozi Okobi

 20 -                                              Ugo Njoku


1 -                                                Precious Dede (GK)

 3 -                                                Ngozi Ebere

 5 -                                                Onome Ebi

 7 -                                                  Stella Mbachu

 8 -                                                  Asisat Oshoala

 9 -                                                  Desire Oparanozie

 10 -                                                Halimatu Ayinde

 15 -                                                  Glory Iroka

 19 -                                                Onyinyechi Ohadugha

 21 -                                                Christy Ohaeriaku


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