‘A stage towards 2019 Women’s World Cup’ – Sophia Omidiji signs for S.B.V Excelsior
The American-Nigerian has cooperated with the Red-Blacks and is anticipating helping the club advance throughout the following season
Sophia Omidiji has finished a move to Dutch topflight side S.B.V Excelsior, Rotterdam.
The 20-year-old forward left Belgian side KAA Gent to look for greater difficulties – as she focuses on a place in Nigeria squad for the 2019 Fifa World Cup, France.
Sophia, whose sibling, Lateef Omidiji Jnr., plays for the US U-14 football group and is as of now with Feyenoord, prepared with the Nigeria U20 Women group enroute 2016 Fifa U-20 Women’s World Cup arranged in Papua New Guinea.
“It feels extraordinary to be a piece of ladies football insurgency in Rotterdam and the Netherlands all in all,” Omidiji told Goal.
”Excelsior are an extraordinary and notable club with a rich history, astounding training staff and incredible association – while I know it’s a test since it’s another group playing division 1 against set up groups like Ajax, PSV and FC Twente.
”With Coach Sander Luiten – we will give our just for the general population of Rotterdam. For me it’s a stage towards the 2019 World Cup in France.”