SWPL Debut for Ode Fulutudilu On Hold

by | Jan 13, 2021

South African international, Ode Fulutudilu, will have to wait to make her debut for Glasgow City FC, after the Scottish FA confirmed the suspension of matches until 31 January, 2021.

 

Glasgow were scheduled to play Celtic on 16th of January, Forfar Farmington on the 24th, and Motherwell on the 31st.

According to the club’s website, they are seeking guidance from the football authorities about continuing to train during the suspension.

Fulutudilu will be hoping to get into action soon, expressing her readiness to start playing for the club after signing on the dotted line in December last year.

“Excited to be heading to the UK and play for Glasgow City,” she shared on her Instagram page.

“Looking forward to representing a club of such status and history. Grateful to my saviour who keeps showing off.”

South African international striker, Ode Fulutudilu has been signed by SWPL1 reigning champs Glasgow City FC, where she will wear shirt no. 9 to join team-mate Janine van Wyk. Photo: Glasgow City FC

The 30 year old has been a sensation on the international scene previously assisting her former club, Aland United in Finland to a League and Cup domestic double becoming Champions for the first time in seven years.

Fulutudilu was also part of the historic South African side who reached the FIFA Women’s World Cup Finals in 2019, starting all three matches at the World Cup in France, alongside Glasgow City and international team-mate, Janine van Wyk.

 

Photo 1 Caption: A file photo of South Africa’s Ode Fulutudilu, pictured in training with the national squad. Fulutudilu is currently based in Scotland after signing with Glasgow City FC in December 2020. Photo: SAFA

 

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