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“I am Child of the Soil Where Charm is a Thing”: Nigerian Star Breaks Silence over Voodoo Fight

A heated clash erupted between the Nigerian and Cameroonian women’s national football teams in a recent match, after a mysterious voodoo charm was alleged to have been discovered at the goalkeeper’s net....CONTINUE READING

One of the Cameroonian players appeared to have attempted to touch the net and break the charm, but was met with fierce opposition from the Nigerian players, who might have believed it was a sign of good luck.

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The situation escalated into a physical brawl that had to be stopped by the referee. The
Super Falcons star, Deborah Abiodun, addressed the media after the match and explained how they dealt with the incident.

In a video shared by @footballbuffet, she said that it was a minor distraction that they quickly put behind them and focused on their game plan.

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Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, previously reported that Super Falcons of Nigeria have defeated the Cameroonian female national team in a Paris Olympics qualifier at the MKO Abiola Stadium in Abuja.

Esther Okoronkwo breaks the deadlock to hand Nigeria the victory from a goalmouth scramble in the 14th minute.

This was disclosed via the Super Falcons X page (formerly known as Twitter) @NGSuper_Falcons.

In another related story, the Super Falcons have secured a goalless draw against Cameroon in a Paris Olympics qualifier in Douala. The next match will take place in Abuja on Monday.

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The victors will proceed to a final playoff against the winners of the South Africa versus Tanzania match for a spot in this year’s Olympics.

The reigning African champions, South Africa, dominated the first leg in Tanzania, securing a 3-0 victory.