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Super Falcons Defender Ohale Joins AS Roma Women’s Team

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Super Falcons defender, Ohale Osinachi, has officially joined the female team of Italian side AS Roma.

The club announced Ohale’s signing in a statement released on their official website on Thursday, which reads;

The AS Roma Women’s Team is pleased to announce the signing of Osinachi Ohale. The 28-year-old Nigerian comes to Rome after spending the last season at Tacon, a team that has now become Real Madrid. Ohale, is the third new arrival in the yellow and red after Paloma Lazaro and Rachele Baldi.

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The 28-year-old in her maiden interview during her unveiling on Thursday said;

I chose Rome for many positive aspects of the Club, the city and the country that made me want to come. I think it will be a good experience for me, to face new challenges.

I am physically strong and fast, I can read situations well and I feel good especially in physical games.

On what she expects from the Serie A championship, Osinachi said;

I expect to play in an interesting championship. I don’t know exactly what awaits me but I am ready for anything, for new challenges. I hope to learn a lot and add new experiences to my career.

Already anticipating for the best of seasons, the Super Falcons star expressed that she would do her best to help Roma win trophies.

Ohale stated;

I expect to help the team reach the goals, it’s a great club, ready to win trophies and I’m here for this. My goal is also to get to play in the Champions League for the first time.

She has participated in three women’s World Cups and has won the African Women’s Cup of Nations four times.

At club level, Ohale played in the United States with Huston Dash before playing for Vittsjo and Vaxjo in Sweden.

During her time in the Nigeria Women’s league, she played for Rivers Angels and Delta Queens and won the league title twice with the later.

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