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Oluwaseun Anani, NWFL Premiership breakout star of week one


By Saheed Afolabi

Oluwaseun Anani have grown up to be a well behaved and standard player from her days in the grassroots to becoming a professional player playing in the prestigious NWFL Premiership.

Anani gave a 5 star performance in her team Adamawa Queens 2-0 victory over Ibom Angels in Yola in the match day one of the NWFL Premiership 2022/2023 season to emerge as our NWFL Premiership breakout star of the week.

The utility player, who have the ability to play anywhere in the defense line and also as a holding midfielder was the engine room for Adamawa Queens against Ibom Angels as she had a total of 7 interceptions and 8 blocks in the game.

She has good game reading skills, electrifying marking skills and a great ball playing defender who’s always calm whenever she has the ball at her feet.

Anani who’s on loan from NWFL Premiership side, Naija Ratels of Abuja have been impressive so far for Adamawa Queens since joining them and she has been a mainstay in the first team for the Yola Queens.

The SGH Sports Academy Amazons product is a very disciplined player which the national team age grade coaches should look out for as she has the attributes of a modern day defender.

Anani defensive commanding skills have set her apart from her mates as she displays qualities beyond her age as she’s always a threat to opponent attackers.

She’s one of the fantastic players that played the Sheroes Cup Preseason tournament in Abuja.

The Technical Adviser of Adamawa Queens, Coach Jacob Vandi describes Oluwaseun Anani as a very good player that will be a great revelation for the future.

Coach Jacob Vandi added that, Adamawa Queens are very lucky to have a very good quality player like Anani.


Popular women’s football development advocate, Moses Bako also described Oluwaseun Anani as a fantastic player that’s ready to take the world by storm.

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