Stop Imagining Lesbianism in women’s football, says Ajuma Ottache


By Oluchi Tobe-chukwu

Former Nigeria international Ajuma Ottache has urged football enthusiasts to desist from imagining lesbianism in the Nigeria Women Premier League.

The former Super Falcons star, who is currently Goodland Rangers coach, lauded the Aisha Falode’s led Nigeria Women’s Football League following a successful completion of the regular season.

She further lamented the claims and bias comments on all kinds of vices linked to women’s football, questioning why officials react to young ladies string-less relationship.

“I train boys as a technical manager of a boys team and I have seen boys embracing each other, talking closely and cultivate a good relationship between them,” Ottache told media.

“Do I start imagining things and questioning their closeness? I, don’t think such make any sense at all.

“I think the Nigeria Women Premier League has produced wonderful players and has come up to be a viable career path that young ladies can maximize their potential to the highest.

“I am very happy to give back to football where I was made. I appreciate the efforts of Aisha Falode and her board for reviving the league,” she concluded.

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