Super Falcons Defender Ohale Joins Spanish Club CD Tacon From Vaxjo

September 12, 2019
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Nigeria defender Osinachi Ohale has joined Spanish Liga Iberdrola side, CD Tacon on a permanent deal, Completesports.com reports.

Ohale linked up with CD Tacon from Swedish Damallsvenskan club, Vaxjo.

The 27-year-old had joined Vaxjo in the summer of 2018 from Vittsjo and played a prominent role in their title chase this season as they sit in second place after 16 games.

CD Tacon suffered a humiliating 9-1 loss to Barcelona Ladies in their opening league game of the season and were forced to boost their defence with vast experience.

Tacon, who have been taken over by Real Madrid but will officially take effect next year, will be the sixth club for Ohale who began her career with Delta Queens.

She will be the fourth Nigerian to seal a permanent switch to Spain this summer after Asisat Oshoala to Barcelona, Peace Efih to Sporting de Huelva and Chidinma Okeke to Madrid.

Ohale has won four African Women’s Cup of Nations title and featured at three Fifa Women’s World Cup with the Super Falcons.

The Super Falcons star will hope to make her debut for Tacon when they travel to face Efih’s Sporting de Huelva on September 14.

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