Super Falcons goalkeeper, Chiamaka Nnadozie has completed a move to Paris FC from Rivers Angels of Port-Harcourt ACLSports can report.
Although the details of her contract is largely unknown, the player herself confirmed this move through her instagram page where she thanked the Port-Harcourt based club for their support and wished them well for the upcoming season.
The teenager who made the headlines for all the good reasons in 2019 finally has her breakthrough move following an unbelievable year in which she became the youngest goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France.
Nnadozie was also instrumental in Rivers Angels League title win last year making crucial penalty and last minute saves to deny the opponent and keep her team in the lead. She also led the Falconets to Gold at the African Games in Morocco saving three penalties in the shootout against Cameroon in the final.
She was ranked Africa’s best female goalkeeper in 2019 and 14th in the World due to her breathtaking performances and she has continued to rise to the occasion whenever she is called upon.
We at ACLSports.com wish the Super Falcons shot-stopper a successful spell and more groundbreaking performances in her new adventure at Paris FC.