Nigeria Loses To France in Penalty Shootout


Nigeria's Flamingoes exited the FIFA U-17 Women World Cup at the quarter final stage after the penalty shootout which saw the winning spot-kick for France as they beat Nigeria 5-3 to reach the semi-finals.
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Nigeria women's under - 17 Soccer team 'The Flamingoes'

  • Nigeria:  Flamingoes Coach Admits Failure Against France

    Daily Trust, 4 October 2012

    Head Coach of the Nigerian U17 Women football team, Peter Dedevbo has said his strategies against France in the quarter final encounter at the ongoing Women world Cup played on ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  France Ends Flamingoes Azerbaijan 2012 Dreams

    This Day, 4 October 2012

    The first penalty shootout of Azerbaijan 2012 saw Marion Romanelli strike the winning spot-kick for France as they beat Nigeria's Flamingoes to reach the semi-finals after a 0-0 ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  France Beat Flamingoes in Penalty Shoot Out

    Vanguard, 4 October 2012

    The first penalty shootout of Azerbaijann 2012 saw Marion Romanelli strike the winning spot-kick for France as they beat Nigeria Flamingoes to reach the semi-finals after a 0-0 ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  Flamingoes Lose to France

    Leadership, 4 October 2012

    The first penalty shootout of Azerbaijann 2012 saw Marion Romanelli strike the winning spot-kick for France as they beat Nigeria to reach the semifinals after a 0-0 draw as the ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  Flamingoes Attack France

    Vanguard, 4 October 2012

    Nigeria will today take on France at the quarter-final match of the on-going FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Azerbaijan. The Flamingoes have been something of a revelation ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  Fifa U-17 Women's World Cup - Nigeria 0 France 0 @ Half-Time

    Vanguard, 4 October 2012

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  • Nigeria:  Maigari Boosts Flamingoes With U.S.$10,000

    This Day, 4 October 2012

    Flamingoes Wednesday got a big boost before their all-important quarter-final clash against France Thursday, with a largess of $10,000 (over N158m) from the president of Nigeria ... read more »

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