Asisat Oshoala believes the Super Falcons will perform well at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
The West Africans will compete for the tenth time in this year’s competition, which will be co-hosted by Australia and the Republic of Ireland.

Nigeria’s best finish in the competition’s history was a quarter-final appearance in the 1999 edition hosted by the United States of America.

“Please, please, please, stay with the Super Falcons come rain or shine.” “We are going to make you proud, and we are going to give it our all, and that is a promise,” Oshoala told

“We’re going to give it our all every time we get the chance.” But, please, we need your help.”
In Group B, the Super Falcons will meet Canada, Australia, and the Republic of Ireland.

Randy Waldrum’s first game comes on July 21 versus Olympic winners Canada.

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