Chairman of Eletu Queens Football Club of Lagos, Prince Kazeem Eletu has sent a congratulatory message to Abisola Mosaku for making final squad for Flamingos national team ahead of U-17 FIFA women world cup sheduled to kick off next week in India.
In a statement issued by the club chairman,Prince Eletu described Mosaku as a committed .er who has distinguished herself in the club engagements and national assignments.
“Let me officially congratulate one of our .ers, Abisola Mosaku who made the final list to the world cup.I am not surprised with her inclusion into the junior national team because time without numbers she had distinguished herself both at club and during national assignments.I wish her best of luck in her football career,”the statement reads.
Eletu disclosed that t. are many Mosaku .ers in the club and urged other .ers to take a cue from her.
He however reiterated his commitment to the .ers welfare and promised to provide logistics support before the commencement of their championship.
Eletu Queens who gained promotion to the championship last season had started engaging in pre season matches to keep the girls fit ahead of the new season.
In his own comment, Eletu Queens coach, Jaiyeola Damilare expressed joy that one of his .ers is included in the Flamingos and charged her to remain focus and steadfast in the FIFA U-17 world cup.
Meanwhile Bankole Olowookere, the coach of the national female U-17 released the team list on Friday and the team is expected to leave for Turkey w. they will undergo a 10-day training camp.
The Flamingos have been grouped alongside Germany, Chile and New Zealand at the tournament.
See full squad;
Goalkeepers: Faith Omilana; Linda Jiwuaku; Jessica Inyiama
Defenders: Olamide Oyinlola; Josephine Edafe; Comfort Folorunsho; Miracle Usani; Tumininu Adeshina; Blessing Sunday; Alase Attervall; Immaculata Offiong
Midfielders : Chidera Okenwa; Blessing Emmanuel; Mary Aderemi; Bisola Mosaku; Taiwo Afolabi
Forwards : Omowunmi Bello; Opeyemi Ajakaye; Edidiong Etim; Alvine Dah-Zossu; Yetunde Ayantosho
The team did not lose any game during the qualifiers and were Africa’s best team during qualifications as they won all their games and scored lots of goals.
Nigeria has only missed out on the World Cup once since its commencement fourteen years ago