Manchester United and Spanish midfielder, Juan Mata portrayed Super Falcons star Onome Ebi as a ‘pioneer’ after the protector uncovered that she will give one percent of her football profit as a major aspect of the Common Goal.
Ebi was as of late divulged as the most recent player to join Common Goal, a worldwide development that urges players to give one percent of what they gain from the game to associations, utilizing football as a device to handle a portion of the world’s most squeezing social issues.
“I’ve generally had a fantasy of offering back to society since I realize what I experienced when I was growing up and I recognize what the youthful ones are looking at the present, particularly in my nation, Nigeria. I need to enable more youthful ones to accomplish their objectives and I can do this through Common Goal,” the 36-year-old protector said in a video.
An exciting announcement one day ahead of the #WWC2019. We’re pleased to welcome defender, @EBIONOME as our third #CommonGoal member who will play in her 5th World Cup for Nigeria 🇳🇬 this month. pic.twitter.com/X4JWgxJzPx
— Common Goal (@CommonGoalOrg) June 6, 2019