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Oshoala's Tweet About Barcelona's Men's Team Causes Controversy

I saw the tweet, but I didn’t think that it was a big deal at the time. What she actually tweeted was “Keep the damn ball”. However, many Spanish newspapers and websites have different interpretations of what she tweeted and some of them are saying that she was criticising Valverde, while others say that she was criticising the players in the men’s team.

The fact is that she always tweets or posts on Instagram during football and basketball matches and I think that she was just expressing her frustration.

Barça Femení striker's Slavia advice: "keep the bloody ball!"

Nigerian international Asisat Oshoala lent her thoughts to Barça's laboured Champions League draw but swiftly deleted her message.

Javier Miguel
AS English
06/11/2019 13:54

FC Barcelona Femení striker Asisat Oshoala, the 2015 BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year and scorer of the side’s goal in the 4-1 Champions League final defeat to Lyon last season – the first time a Spanish team had reached the final – was a frustrated spectator as her club’s male counterparts laboured to a 0-0 draw against Slavia Prague on Wednesday.

A member of the Super Falcons 2014, 2016 and 2018 African Women’s Championship, a Golden Ball and Golden Boot winner at the tournament, with an FA Cup, a Chinese Super League and Nigerian Championship among her laurels, Oshoala knows a bit about winning football matches. And her advice to Leo Messi and company against the Czech side was simply: “Keep the bloody ball!”

According to Catalan media Mundo Deportivo, the striker swiftly deleted her tweet in case of a backlash ensued but speaks from a position of authority. Barça Femení have been imperious in the Liga Iberdrola this season, winning seven and drawing one of their eight games with Oshoala scoring seven of the side’s 33 goals, with just three conceded at the other end. Barça are also in the quarter-finals of the Women’s Champions League, while Ernesto Valverde’s side are playing catch-up after the Slavia stalemate.

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