Super Falcons goalie Chiamaka Nnadozie has let the cat out of the bag concerning his little begining as an amateur playing in Nigeria, as a Nigerian under Nigerian parents.
“I kept on going because of my Dad. At a point he swore that I will never become somebody in life,” she told Eagles Tracker in an interview session. “He has concluded that I’m just going to be a useless person in life.
“At a point, my Dad chased me out of the house because I refused to learn a trade; then I gave myself time that if by 20 years of age, I don’t make it in life, I will go back to my Dad and ask for forgiveness,” she added.
She continued, “Before I am even 15, I got a call-up by the U-17. That was a stepping stone; and when he saw me on television, he was happy and called me back, that I’m his daughter. “He was really the one that motivated me,” she concluded.
21-year-old Chiamaka is playing for Paris FC in France’s Feminine Division and the Nigeria National Team.