Falcons call up 33 for Cameroon

The squad has 27 players from the domestic league and six playing abroad.   Veteran forward Perpetua Nkwocha leads the list of six foreign-based professionals, while skipper Precious Dede is at the top of the domestic player pile.   The squad are expected to start the first instalment of a two-phased training camp on September 29 at Millenium Hotel, Abuja.   The second phase will hold at Abeokuta, Ogun State.   Nigeria travel to Cameroon with a slim 2-1 lead from the first leg, with the winner of the two-legged tie joining South Africa at next year's Olympic Games.   THE SQUAD:   DOMESTIC PLAYERS   GOALKEEPERS: Precious Dede (Rivers  Angels), Tochukwu  Oluehi(Sunshine Queens), White Ebubeleye (Rivers Angels), Ezinne Mbalisi(Delta Queens) DEFENDERS: Josephine Chukwunonye(Rivers Angels), Gladys Akpa (Sunshine Queens), Blessing Edoho(Rivers Angels), Gloria Ofoegbu(Rivers Angels), Joy Jegede(Delta Queens), Rose Umeh(Nasarawa Amazons), Chinaza Nhetewesi(Sunshine Queens), Augusta Egwim(Delta Queens), Osinachi Ohale(Delta Queens) MIDFIELDERS: Gloria Iroka (Rivers Angels), Ebere Orji(Rivers Angels), Martina Ohadugha(Rivers Angels), Francesca Ordega(Bayelsa Queens), Evelyn Nwabuoku(Rivers Angels), Rebecca Kalu(Rivers Angels), Stella Mbachu(Rivers Angels), Cecilia Nku(Bayelsa Queens), Vera Okolo(Delta Queens) ATTACKERS: Desire Oparanozie (Delta Queens), Amenze Aighewi (Rivers Angels), Oshoala Asisat(FC Robo,Lagos), Chioma Nwagwu (Sunshine Queens), Esther Edem (Sunshine Queens)   EURO-BASED PLAYERS:   Perpetua  Nkwocha (Sunnana SK –Sweden), Faith Ikidi(Pitea IF –Sweden), Onome  Ebi(Atasehir  Belediyesi Sports Club –Turkey), Rita  Chikwelu(Umea IK – Sweden), Helen  Ukaonu(Sunnana SK –Sweden), Uchechi Sunday(FC Neunkirch –Switzerland)