Paris 2024: Asisat Oshoala arrives Super Falcons camp in Spain

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Six-time African Women Player of the Year, Asisat Oshoala, arrived at the senior women’s national team camp in the city of Jerez de la Frontera outside Sevilla on Wednesday, ahead of preparation for the Olympics in France.

Persecondnews reports that the United States of America (USA)-based forward arrival swelled the number of players in camp to 15.

Ahead of her arrival, the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) team, Bay FC, sent the former FC Barcelona forward off alongside two players heading to the women’s football event of the Olympics.

After a 3-0 loss to the Washington Spirit, the trio of Oshoala, Rachael Kundananji (Zambia), and the Canadian goalkeeper, were presented with flowers as they bid the team farewell to the Olympics.

This season, Oshoala has scored three goals and assisted Bay FC in the NWSL.

Earlier, Rasheedat Ajibade and first-choice goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie arrived at camp, along with goalkeeper Tochukwu Oluehi, defenders Chidinma Okeke and Nicole Payne, midfielders Christy Ucheibe, Toni Payne, Deborah Abiodun, and Jennifer Echegini, and forward Esther Okoronkwo.

Alternate players, goalkeeper Morufa Ademola and forward Gift Monday, are also in camp.

Defenders Osinachi Ohale and Michelle Alozie also arrived at camp on Monday before Oshoala arrived.

The West Africans will face holders Canada in a friendly match on July 17 before heading to the Olympics to meet Brazil, Spain, and Japan in Group C.

The Super Falcons already in camp:

Rasheedat Ajibade
Chiamaka Nnadozie
Tochukwu Oluehi
Chidinma Okeke
Nicole Payne
Deborah Abiodun
Jennifer Echegini
Christy Ucheibe
Esther Okoronkwo
Ademola Morufa
Toni Payne
Gift Monday
Osincahi Ohale
Michelle Alozie
Asisat Oshoala

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