Ordega Steps Out in Style, Leaves Fans Gushing Over Her Beauty

Ordega Steps Out in Style, Leaves Fans Gushing Over Her Beauty

  • Francisca Ordega is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays for CSKA Moscow and the Super Falcons
  • The 29-year-old has taken to social media to share awesome pictures of herself leaving fans gushing
  • Ordega started her football career on the streets in Bayelsa State before making it to Europe in 2012

Nigerian female footballer Francisca Ordega has left fans on social media gushing over her beauty after posting adorable photos of herself stepping out in style.

Ordega is one of the prettiest Nigerian players and reporters often take any opportunity of interviewing her just to get a whiff of her beauty

Francisca Ordega, CSKA Moscow, Super Falcons.
Super Falcons star Ordega steps out in style, leaves fans gushing over her beauty. Photo by Omar Vega
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Despite being a fine footballer, the 29-year-old has never allowed her beauty to get into her head as she has been doing excellently well for the national team and her club.

According to the pictures Ordega shared on Twitter, the CSKA Moscow forward offered some words of advice to her fans while stepping out.

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Statement made by Ordega

''To keep your balance, you most keep moving.''

See the photos below

A quick background on Ordega

Ordega began her career at the youth level for Bayelsa Queens before being promoted to the professional side in 2008 where she played at Nigerian Women's Championship.

In 2012, Ordega left Nigeria to sign with Russian champions Rossiyanka of the Russian Women's Football Championship.

In the Super Falcons, Ordega has featured in 26 games scoring seven goals for Nigerian national Women's team.

Flamingos players begged for money

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how a Flamingos' player who pleaded to be anonymous stated clearly that the NFF chiefs have not even told them when will their allowances be paid by the Nigerian Football Federation.

This latest development comes close to three months that the Nigerian girls made the nation proud by winning bronze at the 2022 World Cup in India.

The Flamingos defeated Germany on penalties in the third-place encounter which was a challenging battle for coach Olowookere and his wards.

Some players explained that they had to beg for money around to celebrate 2022 Christmas and even the new year.

Source: SportsBrief.com