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Arsenal sign American striker
 Women's Football News 13 Feb 2015
Arsenal have completed the signing of forward Chioma Ubogagu. 
Ubogagu joins the Gunners from Stanford University in the United States. She made 89 appearances during her four years at the college, scoring 27 goals and finishing fourth in the all-time Stanford assist list with 37 in total. She captained the side in her final year.
A United States youth international, she helped her country to victory in the 2012 Under-20 Women's World Cup in Japan.
Raised in Texas but born in London, Ubogagu is a lifelong Arsenal supporter. Her grandfather represented Nigeria as a player.
Arsenal Ladies manager Pedro Martinez Losa was delighted to welcome her to the club: "Chioma is a player I have known about from my time coaching in the United States and she is a fantastic talent," he said.
"She is very creative, and is able to make goals as well as score them. I think that she will fit in very well with us."
Ubogagu is the fifth player to have joined Arsenal since the end of the last WSL season, following on from Lianne Sanderson, Jemma Rose, Natalia Pablos Sanchon and Vicky Losada.

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