Oluwatobiloba Olanrewaju supported to represent Nigeria after new Fifa qualification rules

The world's overseeing body made changes to models of ethnicity switch and the Nigerian brought into the world Tropical Guinean can profit by this 

Hustling Santander protector Oluwatobiloba Olanrewaju now has a brilliant potential for success of playing for Nigeria following the most recent changes to qualification rules proposed by Fifa, Objective can only report. 

The new standard will permit players to switch qualification in the event that they played all things considered multiple times for the principal group – including competitions and qualifying games, before turning 21, and at any rate three years sooner. 

The 25-year-old had been at first called up to the Nigerian ladies' side twice, first in 2014 by then-handler Edwin Okon in the work to the Africa Ladies' Cup of Countries in Namibia. 

The second was by recent mentor Thomas Dennerby in anticipation of the 2019 Wafu Ladies' Cup in Cote d'Ivoire as a feature of the West Africans' development to that year's Ladies' Reality Cup. 

Nonetheless, the Nigerian-conceived safeguard was later dropped from the rundown on the two events, having affirmed she had just turned out at worldwide level for Tropical Guinea. 

She was precluded then as a player could possibly switch ethnicities in the event that they had played in friendlies and not a solitary moment of any serious match, which included qualifiers and competitions. 

In Objective's examination, Olanrewaju highlighted twice for the Nzalang Nacional, with her first in a 2-2 draw at home against Cote d'Ivoire in the Africa Ladies' Cup of Countries qualifier on June 7, 2014. 

Her second came in the principal leg of the 2016 Olympic Games qualifiers against South Africa at Makhulong Arena, Johannesburg, where the two groups played out a 0-0 draw on October 3, 2015. 

Olanrewaju will presently be qualified under these new prerequisites as she was 20 when she spoke to Central Guinea and has not played from that point forward for the double cross African heroes.

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