Christiana Obia: Fans React As Edo Queens Goalkeeper Sets Internet Agog With Latest Photos

Christiana Obia: Fans React As Edo Queens Goalkeeper Sets Internet Agog With Latest Photos

Raphael Abiola
September 20, 2023 at 8:51 AM
  • Christiana Obia has set the internet on fire with lovely pictures shared on social media
  • The Edo Queens goalkeeper is set to join her team for a preseason tourney in Abuja ahead of the NWFL new season
  • Obia's pictures generated a lot of reactions from fans on Instagram

Edo Queens goalkeeper, Christiana Obia has set the internet on fire with the latest pictures she uploaded on social media.

Obia will be leading her team Edo Queens in the Nigeria Women's Football League (NWFL) preseason tourney with the Sheroes Cup in Abuja.

The participating clubs in the competition alongside Edo Queens include: Adamawa Queens FC, Bayelsa Queens FC, Confluence Queens FC, Dannaz Ladies FC, Delta Queens FC, Ekiti Queens FC, Naija Ratels FC, Nasarawa Amazons FC, Rivers Angels FC, Royal Queens FC, and Sunshine Queens FC.

Christiana Obia
Christiana Obia has shared new pictures of herself on social media. Photo: @fajsports.
Source: Instagram

Obia took to her social media to share pictures of herself, which drew a lot of reactions from fans, according to Fajsports.

Here are reactions from fans on Instagram.

richardadunni says:

"She's not doing badly at all ! She looks so good in this her jersey .Supporting Edo Queens is the way forward 🌟🌟🌟"

footytoolnaija says:

"Wahala wahala wahala"

itsplenty1 says:

"Very interesting hope she's keeping very well"

the_igbo_saiyan says:

"She's beautiful 😍😍😍"

goziesmart00 says:

"U long u still go wear Hil"

benzuuri19vs72 says:

"Ah 😂 Abeg sha concentrate"

demattcollection says:

"She is doing well everywhere"

daviddiji says:

"😂😂😂 focus"

The NWFL season is about to kick off and Obia is expected to be between the sticks for Edo Queens.

Oparanozie announces retirement from football

Sports Brief earlier reported that Super Falcons star, Desire Oparanozie has decided to retire from professional football a month after the conclusion of the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup, which was hosted by Australia and New Zealand.

The striker, who started her football career at Bayelsa Queens in the Nigerian Women's League, decided to call time on her football career at the age of 29.

The former Dijon striker took to her official handle on X to announce her retirement from football with a lovely message to her fans and opponents she faced, according to Complete Sports.

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