Super Falcons head coach Thomas Dennerby has confessed how 19-year-old Rashedat Ajibade playing style has convinced him.
The western Nigerian Star was also part of Swedish coach Thomas Dennerby team who won the AWCON trophy in Ghana in 2018, Making two appearances with one goal. Rashedat who previously played for local Nigerian club FC Robo earned special recommendations from Thomas Dennerby saying:” It’s a wonderful move for a young talented lady. She is full of great skills, talent and strength, I am very excited by her progress because of a drive to greater improvement for her. I was also satisfied with her performance at the just concluded Africa Women Cup of Nations in Ghana, which she was the youngest in the squad. What grabbed my attention about her it ’s her playing vision, reading and understanding a game and her passing game too. She can play more like number 10 than number 9. Coach Dennerby concluded by saying, I believe she will do exceedingly well in Norway. She is young and will enjoy a good exposure and experience in her career.
The youngest female in the Super Falcon’s squad Ajibade Rasheedat who just penned a two-year contract with the Norwegian outfit Avaldsnes, from Local club FC Robo where she faces a new 2019 adventure with her new teammate.
Rashedat is set for a return as the Super Falcons prepare for the 2019 WWC in France, where they will be representing the continent alongside the Bayana Bayana’s of South Africa and Indomitable Lioness of Cameroon. hopefully, the young lad will get much playing time from the team coach.
This appears to see Rashedat Ajibade featuring for her first world cup tournament if given an invitation, would she be capable of replacing injured Desire Oparanozie if she doesn’t make the squad? let’s have your opinions on this?