African file champions Tremendous Falcons are set for a possible conflict towards Argentina on the Aisha Buhari Ladies’s Soccer Event in September.
It was learnt that talks had been ongoing between the event organisers and Argentine officers to have their ladies’s nationwide group take part on the occasion.
The Romanian ladies’s nationwide group has additionally been approached by the officers.
The invitational event is scheduled for Lagos with Ghana, Cameroon, Mali, South Africa, Morocco and Nigeria already confirmed for the competitors.
Nigeria Soccer Federation president, Amaju Pinnick, stated talks had been on with Argentine and Romanian officers on the potential of each international locations that includes within the competitors, one of many programmes the FIFA Council member plans to deploy in his bid to make Lagos Africa’s primary soccer metropolis.
Pinnick just lately met with Argentina’s Ambassador to Nigeria, Alejandro Herrero, the place they checked out methods of strengthening soccer ties between Nigeria and the South People.
“Argentina and Nigeria have a cordial soccer rivalry, which has seen each international locations in lots of worldwide contests in current occasions. We imagine that taking part within the First Woman of Nigeria’s invitational event will additional strengthen the ties between Nigeria and Argentina,” Pinnick stated.
Additionally talking on the event, Nigerian Ladies’s Soccer League chairperson, Aisha Falode, stated, “Cameroon and Ghana are a number of the strongest soccer nations in Africa. Cameroon performed within the last of the African Ladies’s Cup of Nations towards Nigeria in 2016, whereas Mali performed within the bronze medal match on the 2018 version in Ghana.
“South Africa got here second within the 2018 competitors, which Nigeria received, whereas Morocco is among the strongest nations in North Africa. The Moroccans will host the 2022 African Ladies’s Nations Cup.”
Aside from soccer, Falode stated the organisers would discover the potential of deepening the socio-cultural ties among the many taking part nations.