Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji
The Brazilian duo of Marta and Andressa Alves are being linked with a move to Corinthians according to geglobo.
Marta, 35, has been playing for the United States of America (USA) National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) side, Orlando Pride since 2017 when she joined the American side from Swedish Damallsvenskan side, Rosengard.
She had scored 27 goals for Orlando Pride in 78 games for Orlando Pride since 2017 spending five seasons with the club.
Marta spent three seasons with the Swedish Damallsvenskan side, Rosengard scoring 26 goals for the club she joined from Tyreso in 2014.
Alves da Silva Andressa, 29, on her part has spent three seasons with Italian Serie A side, AS Roma.
The midfielder joined AS Roma from Spanish Primera Iberdrola side, FC Barcelona ahead of the 2019/2020 season, and has scored 11 goals in 27 league games.
The former Montpelier midfielder scored 25 goals in 49 league games for FC Barcelona Femeni.
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Head Coach of Super Falcons of Nigeria, Randy Waldrum has commended the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) for its continued total support for the country’s Senior Women National Team as the Super Falcons round off a 9-day training camp in the Federal Capital, Abuja.
The training camp that commenced on Monday last week came to an end on Tuesday.
“I am very delighted with the support the Federation has always given to the team; this has helped our work. I am happy we had this training camp as we were able to see the home-based players and the overseas-based, and everyone bonded very well. It has been a marvelous experience and the joy among the players is palpable.
“We will look to have periodic campings like this to be able to put forward the best of Nigeria women players for matches and championships at any time.” Says Randy Waldrum in a press release by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Communications Department.
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