Super Falcons defender Onome Ebi has opened up on her international future with Nigeria, after playing at her fifth world cup at the age of 36.
The African Women’s Cup of Nations winning defender who played every minute of Falcons four games in this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup, said she’s determined to continue with the nine time African Champions.
“The @fifaworldcup comes about every four years and this one was just as special as my first one.“
Is it my last one? 🤔 So long as I’m playing, I will always honour a call for duty.“ She said on her social media account.
Ebi who was one of the reasons the Falcons reached the knock out stage for the first time in twenty years, holds African record for the most games played at the Women’s World Cup.
This year’s FIFA World Cup was her fifth, most by any player in the history of FIFA men‘s and women’s world cup.
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