Super Falcon, Asisat Oshoala Named In FIFA Technical Advisory Group

  • Nigerian super falcon, Asisat Oshoala has been name in FIFA’s Technical Advisory Board 
  • The group is led by Jill Ellis 

Ekohotblog reports that Nigeria’s super falcon star, Asisat Oshoala has been name in FIFA’s 21 – member technical advisory group (TAG) on women’s football. 

Oshoala who plys her trade in Spanish club, Barcelona is the only current African player in the TAG headed by Jill Ellis, a former FIFA World Women’s Coach of the Year recipient. Ellis is also the only two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup winning manager and current President of the San Diego NWSL club.

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Also in the team is South Africa women national team coach Desiree Ellis. The African women will be joining the likes of Kelly Smith, Mark Parsons, Jorge Vilda, Pia Sundhage and Ricardo Rambo in the forum created by the football governing body, hoping to address the progression of the women’s game.

Super Falcon, Asisat Oshoala Named In FIFA Technical Advisory Group
Asisat Oshoala

“Competitive balance, increased opportunities for underserved nations, a Fifa Women’s Club World Cup, increased visibility and participation, Fifa international windows, prize money and the possibility of staging a biennial Fifa Women’s World Cup are some of the topics included in the discussions held by the Fifa Technical Advisory Group (TAG) led by Jill Ellis,” a statement from Fifa website read.

“As part of a wider comprehensive consultation process, Fifa is also meeting with other women’s football stakeholders including the member associations, confederations, clubs, leagues and teams.

“The TAG, which comprises players, coaches, referees, administrators, sports scientists and executives, features representation from each of the six continental confederations, held its second meeting on Friday, 15 October.”

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