Super Falcons Defender Explains Why She Is Still Single @37
Super Falcons defender, Onome Ebi, has denied that she has been declining suitors despite her age as she said she was yet to see the best man for her, Bestchoicesports.com.ng understands
Speaking recently, the Henan Huishang of Chinese Women’s Super League defender said in as much as she is not looking at Mr. Right, she must get someone who she will be able to turn to the right man.
She revealed that she derived joy and happiness through her life and God has been helping her to be what she is at the moment.
“I have not been declining suitors, the truth is, it is up to what I want and I think I have not come across such man like I wanted,” she said.
“I am not saying Mr. Right because you don’t find right persons these days, you just have to get the person and turn it to the right person, I have not come across someone I will love to spend the rest of my days with, when the time comes, everyone will see.
“I am still looking good and stunning because I have rest of mind, playing good and knowing fully well that at my age, I am still doing great for myself.
“People feel I am getting old but for me I know I am still pretty young, although I always give thanks to God because it is not easy, I will be 37 this year and obviously, I doesn’t look it, so I am grateful to God.”
The beautiful Ebi is currently the only African player, man or woman, to have played in five different FIFA World Cups and still waxing stronger.
Speaking further, Onome said she would continue to represents the country as long as her strength could take as she believe she still have a lot to offer the national team.
She added: “People have been asking when I am going to retire; my answer always is that everything is up to God.
“If I am still fit and playing at top level, I will continue to play, not that I will block the way for those coming behind, but I know I can continue to bring value to the team coupled with my experience. I am still good to, but when I see that I am getting tired, I can then retire.”
Apart from playing at five different FIFA World Cups, she has been to six consecutive African Women’s Championship, winning the tournament four times.