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Ex-Nigerian goalkeeper turns chauffeur in England

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Super Falcons former goalkeeper at the 2007 Women’s World Cup held in China, Rachael Ayegba has turned to a bus driver in England.

Ayegba, who was also part of the Super Falcons squad to the 2006 and 2008 African Women’s Nations Cup is in the middle of a year’s training, and she currently drives the number 185, shuttling between Lewisham and Victoria.

The 35-year old shotstopper moved to England in 2018 and has since reckoned that driving a bus and playing in goal have a lot in common, which is about safety first and about not making a mistake.

“When you are trying to save the ball, you need safe hands. But there are ten others on your side, she was quoted on Evening Standard.

Former Super Falcons goalkeeper, Rachael Ayegba.

“When you drive a bus, you are on your own.”

“Mentally you have to be 100% ready, if you are a goalkeeper the defenders can help you. You can’t make any mistakes driving a bus.”

Ayegba, a former PK-35 Vantaa goalkeeper for eleven years works for Go-Ahead, the bus and train giant that operates about a fifth of the capital’s buses on behalf of Tfl.

This article was updated 1 year ago



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