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Super Falcons Captain Onome Ebi Thrilled to be Women’s World Cup Legend

Super Falcons Captain, Onome Ebi, has expressed her excitement and gratitude as she prepares to participate in the 6th FIFA Senior Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand as a legend.

The 40-year-old football star considers it a privilege to be among the three legends taking part in the prestigious tournament.

With her team ready to face former Olympic champions Canada in their first group match, Onome reflects on the importance of living a life of truth and positivity in achieving her dreams.

Onome Ebi, a seasoned defender and captain of the Super Falcons, is set to make history once again as she joins the ranks of three football legends participating in the 6th FIFA Senior Women’s World Cup.

With the tournament commencing on July 20 and running until August 20, Onome is once again determined to live the BIG dream on the international stage.

Speaking with excitement and humility, Onome expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to represent her country and compete against the best in the world.

When you live a life of truth and positivity, you’ll surpass your life goal. 6th FIFA Women’s World Cup Appearance, I’m privileged to be among the 3 Legends,” she wrote on her Twitter page.

Throughout her illustrious career, Onome Ebi has been an inspiration to many aspiring footballers, both in Nigeria and beyond.

With just three goals in 107 games for the Super Falcons, her focus has always been on defensive prowess, leadership, and guiding her team to success.

The Super Falcons have a rich history in the FIFA Women’s World Cup, having participated in all editions since its inception in China in 1991.

Their consistency and dedication to the sport have earned them respect and admiration from fans worldwide.

With Onome Ebi leading the team, they aim to make a strong statement in this year’s tournament.

The Super Falcons’ journey in the 6th FIFA Women’s World Cup begins with a challenging match against former Olympic champions Canada.

The Super Falcons star will be joined by Canada’s Christine Sinclair and Brazil’s icon Marta as the oldest women competing on the world stage.

The Nigerian team is well-prepared and eager to showcase what they have to offer on the football pitch.


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