“Una Too Much” Nnadozie Relish Nigerian Fans After Winning New Prize In France

Paris FC women’s goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie, wins the French D1 Arkema Goalkeeper of the year award; npflupdates.com reports.

Nnadozie had a very outstanding season with the French outfit; having helped them qualify for European football this season. She also helped the team achieve some great feat in the UEFA women’s champions league.

The excited Super Falcons goalkeeper took to her social media handles to appreciate her teammates, coaches and fans both home and abroad.

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According to the talented goalie, the encouragement from fans, teammates and coaches was a big motivation to her.

Chiamaka poss with her Arkema award

What Nnadozie said after winning French D1 Arkema

” Chiamaka Nnadozie excited to have won the French D1 Arkema Goalkeeper of the Year. A big thanks to everyone who voted for me and also a Special appreciation to my coaches and teammates for all the support and encouragement, to amazing family and naija fans Una too much .GOD DID,” she posted on her official X (formerly Twitter) handle.

Chiamaka Nnadozie wins French D1 Arkema Goalkeeper of the year.
Chiamaka with her CAF Golden Glove plaque

Nnadozie helped Nigeria secure its first ever Olympics ticket since 2008. And she’s expected to make the team that will travel with coach Randy Waldrum for the 2024 Olympics in Paris.

In another story, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) appointed coach Finidi George as the new Super Eagles head coach.

According to the NFF, “The Board of Nigeria Football Federation on Monday approved the recommendation of its Technical and Development Committee to appoint former ace winger Finidi George as Head Coach of the Senior Men National Football Team, Super Eagles.”

Finidi George

George, who spent 20 months as assistant to José Santos Peseiro before the Portuguese voluntarily left the post following the accomplishment of Africa Cup of Nations runner-up position at Cote d’Ivoire 2023, took charge of the squad in an interim capacity during two friendly matches in Morocco last month.

He helped the Super Eagles earn its first victory against the Black Stars of Ghana since 2006.

“His squad edged Ghana 2-1 in the first match, ending an 18-year winless streak against the Black Stars, but then lost 0-2 to Mali in the second game,” NFF stated as reported by The NationOnline Nigeria.

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“George, a member of the so-styled ‘Golden Generation’ that won the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Tunisia and emerged as the second most entertaining team in Nigeria’s debut at the FIFA World Cup finals in the USA the same year, won 62 caps for Nigeria, including featuring at the 1994 and 1998 FIFA World Cup finals. He also won gold, silver and bronze medals from the 1992, 1994, 2000 and 2002 AFCON tournaments.”

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