Red – Hot Flamingos Return Home, Shifts Focus to Second Leg

By Paul Michael

The Nigerian U-17 women’s team, the Flamingos, arrived in Abuja last night to a warm welcome after their impressive 4-1 victory over Liberia in Monrovia. The team’s thrilling performance in the first leg of the U-17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers has set the tone for a promising campaign.

As the Flamingos settle back home, their attention turns to the second and final leg against Liberia on June 14. The team will be looking to build on their convincing win and secure a spot in the next round of the qualifiers.

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Coach Bankole Olowookere praised his team’s efforts, saying, “The girls did fantastically well in Monrovia, but we know the job is not done yet. We will continue to work hard and prepare for the second leg.”

The Flamingos’ victory has sparked excitement among football fans in Nigeria, with many taking to social media to celebrate the team’s success. The hashtag #SoarFlamingos has been trending, with fans urging the team to continue their winning streak.

As the team prepares for the second leg, they will be looking to maintain their momentum and make Nigeria proud. With their talent, determination, and home support, the Flamingos are poised for success.

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