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Ode Fulutudilu signs with ONS OULU in Finland

Finland based women’s football club ONS OULU has announced the signing of Cape Town Roses captain Ode Fulutudilu after signing a one-year deal.

The 28-year-old, Fulutudila played a crucial role last year 2017 as Roses secured the second place in the Sasol League National Championship final despite losing two nil to Bloemfontein Celtic. 189 more words

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Desiree Ellis secure Banyana Banyana head coach postion

Desiree Ellis has been appointed permanent head coach of the Sasol-sponsored Banyana Banyana with immediate effect.

SAFA President, Dr Danny Jordaan made the announcement in Johannesburg on Thursday, 22 February 2018. 154 more words

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Linda Motlhalo signs for Houston Dash

The Houston Dash have signed Banyana Banyana and JVW midfielder Linda Motlhalo, the club announced on February 1, 2018.

Motlhalo, well known as Basetsana U/20 captain joins the Dash on a one-year professional contract. 313 more words

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Amanda Dlamini calls it a day from international football

Amanda Dlamini (29) announced her retirement from international football on Tuesday, 9 January 2017. Dlamini with 105 caps is well known as one of the inspirational and influential female football players on the South African football landscape. 329 more words

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Super Falcons lose strength in the FIFA Women's World Ranking of 2017

Nigeria’s women national team dropped to 37th spot in the latest Fifa Women’s World rankings released on Friday 15 December 2017.

Following their dominance, they were in the stable position since claiming the Africa Women’s Cup of Nations title last December but the Super Falcons lost strength due to an inactivity year. 211 more words

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Invincible Bloemfontein Celtic Ladies crowned Sasol National Champions

Bloemfontein Celtic Ladies have set the bar higher becoming the second team to defend the Sasol League National Championship title after Palace Super Falcons who won it three times in 2010, 2011 and 2012 respectively. 282 more words

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