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    THE SLAY BALLERS 2019 -FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP 2019- NIGERIA VS SOUTH KOREA

    Nigeria vs. Korea Republic Nigeria and South Korea will be the first teams to play their second games at the 2019 Women’s World Cup when they meet on Wednesday in Group A play. Both teams will be looking to bounce back after heavy defeats in their respective group openers although Korea remain slight favorites. Neither of them is likely to finish among the top two in the group and that makes this encounter a must win for both sides to stand a chance to reach the second round as one of the third-placed teams. Both teams are yet to register any goal yet in the competition and are going to…

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    FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP-THE SLAY-BALLERS 2019

    *Excitement in the air – Come today when the French and their South Korean counterpart would be slugging it out in the opening game of group A, many would be rooting for the Les Bleues to follow in the footsteps of France’s men’s team by winning football biggest trophy. To be the best, you have to beat the best, which is something France’s players have been keen to stress whenever asked if they can picture themselves becoming world champions on home soil. Fate has given them the opportunity to put that maxim into practice when they take on the 1995 édition winner Norway and Nigeria, who have never failed to…

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    WHY BALLON D’OR WINNER ADA HEGERBERG WILL NOT BE PLAYING AT THE WORLD CUP.

    “The Heroine in Budapest” fighting for equality in Football Female football’s greatest showpiece event will kick off in seven days’ time and a certain Norwegian star will sadly not be taking part, not because she isn’t good enough(in fact, she is officially the best player in female football) but because she has chosen to make a stance and fight, and fighting she has been doing. Ada Martine Stolsmo Hegerberg will not be at the Women’s World Cup this summer in France because she walked away from Norway’s national team after growing increasingly frustrated with its set-up and what she called a “lack of respect” for female players. Hegerberg has worked…