Ex-Super Falcons goalkeeper Judith Chime popularly known as Kamala during her playing days, has promised to give the best Nigerian Women Football League goalkeepers of the season an award.
According to her, the most outstanding goalkeeper will be rewarded with a sum of One hundred and twenty thousand naira and a Goalkeeper's jersey at the end of the season.
She also promised the best goalkeeper coach will get a sum of fifty thousand naira . She further promised to reward the best Goalkeeper of every match week with a sum of ten thousand naira.
Kamala said the award will pass through the Coordinator and Founder of the foremost goalkeepers Academy High Save Goalkeeping Academy Ifeanyi Alaribe.
Judith Chime who was born on 20 May 1978 in Lagos, played for the Nigeria women's national football team at the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup, and at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
The Former Super Falcons goalkeeper, Judith Chime, who recently charged football enthusiasts and particularly, football administrators, to show more respect to Nigeria female footballers and treat them better.
Chime, singlehandedly organised and funded a memorial football tournament in honour of late Super Falcons star player, Ifeanyi Chiejiene, who was the youngest ever female player at the age of 16 years to play for the Super Falcons.
She said that with more support and encouragement, female footballers in Nigeria, can do better.
Judith Chime, who is a trained and licensed football coach and scout.