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Onome Ebi Makes History as First African Football Player to Play 5 FIFA World Cup Tournaments

Onome Ebi, a Nigerian football defender, has made history by becoming the first African footballer, male or female, to play 5 FIFA world cup tournaments.

Onome Ebi Makes History as First African Football Player to Play 5 FIFA World Cup Tournaments
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