NWFL Premiership 2022: Checkout 5 New Signings To Watch As Season Begins.

The NWFL Premiership has always been blessed with some of the most talented players around.

In the just Concluded summer transfer window, there have been some great players who switched clubs for notable reasons.

With the 2022 NWFL Premiership now underway, here are top 5 signings in the league, you must watch out for.

Damilola Koku (Rivers Angels ↔️Bayelsa Queens).

After an impressive outing for Rivers Angels at the just concluded Africa Women Champions League in Egypt. Koku arrived Nigeria and quickly made a deadline day transfer to fellow NWFL Premiership giant, Bayelsa Queens.

Lanky, powerful, two-footed striker who has a very high work-rate and should definitely combine well with the likes of Anjor Mary, Joy Jerry and others to improve the Yenagoa based side attack.

Ibinabo Georgewill – (Rivers Angels ↔️ Confluence Queens).

Ibinabo Georgewill was topscorer at the Flying Officers Cup in Abuja and her arrival at the Confluence Stadium, Lokoja will bring alot of promises ahead of the new season.

She is a workaholic, who likes to help her Midfielders and also search for goals. Very good with the head and have a great leadership skills too.

Aderemi Mary (Osun Babes ↔️ Bayelsa Queens).

The Sunshine Queens Academy graduate is one of the most versatile midfielders in the NWFL Premiership and it is perhaps this all-rounded playing style that caught the eyes of Bayelsa Queens gaffer, Moses Aduku. The young midfielder, primarily played as a defensive midfielder last season under Olayinka Adunola of Osun Babes, but her versatility could see Aduku using her in a more offensive position.

Chiamaka Okwuchuku- (Royal Queens ↔️ Rivers Angels)

Given her precocious talent, there is plenty of expectation from her transfer from a modest team like Royal Queens to an NWFL Premiership giant Rivers Angels.

Rivers Angels in recent times have helped young talents like Maryann Ezeanagu, Brume Ikhekua and other grow and same is expected of a great prospect like Chiamaka.

Opeyemi Ajakaiye – (Dreamstar Ladies – FC Robo Queens).

Shone brightly at the Flying Officers Cup in the absence of Monday Gift and has been learning very fast under the tutelage of Osahon Emmanuel Orobosa.

FC Robo Queens announced her signing weeks before the Pre-season tournament and not much was expected from her initially, but having did so well in Abuja, she might just be the right click for Taiwo Lawal and Marylene Essien upfront for the ‘Lagos Landladies’.