Francisca "Franny" Ordega is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays for Shanghai Shenhua in the Chinese Women's Super League. She represents Nigeria women's national football team at both the FIFA Women's World Cup and African Women's Championship, she was nominated for best female African footballer Ordega began her career at the youth level for Bayelsa Queens, before being promoted to the professional side in 2008 where she played at Nigerian Women's Championship. In 2011, she moved to one of the top clubs in Nigerian Women's Championship. In 2012, Ordega left Nigeria to sign with Russian champions Rossiyanka of the Russian Women's Football Championship. In November 2012, it was announced that Rossiyanka mutually parted ways. In 2013, Ordega signed for Piteå IF in the Swedish Damallsvenskan, she scored her first goal on 26 May 2013 in a drawing effort against Vittsjö GIK. Between 2013 and 2015, she score 4 goals during her time in Sweden. Ordega moved across the North Atlantic and signed with Washington Spirit in the National Women's Soccer League.
In her first season with the Spirit, Ordega made two assists. She returned in 2016 to score two goals during the regular season; the Nigerian's most memorable Spirit goal came in the NWSL Semifinal when she scored in extra time to send the Spirit to its first NWSL Championship. In July 2017, Ordgea suffered a knee injury that would limit her minutes for the remainder of the season. Despite the injury, she would still earn scoring 4 goals. In December 2016, Sydney FC signed Ordega on loan from Washington for the remainder of the 2016–17 W-League season; the loan made her the first African to play in the Australian W-League. Ordega score once helping Sydney earn 3rd place in the league. On 20 October 2017, Ordega joined Spanish club Atlético Madrid on a six-month loan from Washington, she made her debut on 1 November 2017 against Barcelona. Ordega secured a one year move to Shanghai WFC Ordega represented the Nigeria women's national football team in all levels. With the under 17, she played the 2010 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup and with the under 20 at 2012 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.
At senior level she played in the FIFA Women's World Cup tournaments of 2011 and 2015. At the latter she opened her World Cup account by scoring Nigeria's equalizing goal against Sweden on 8 June 2015 in Winnipeg, Canada; the pulsating match ended 3–3 in the opening game of Group D. She was part of Nigeria's squads at the African Women's Championship of 2010 and 2014, winning both tournaments. In 2018,She was a member of the Nigerian squad who won the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations in Ghana, A tournament where she had two goals and two assists and won the woman of the match award at the final game against South Africa. Scores and results list Nigeria's goal tally first Rivers AngelsNigerian Women's Cup: 2012Atlético MadridPrimera División: 2017–18 NigeriaAfrican Women's Championship: 2010, 2014, 2016, 2018. Francisca Ordega – FIFA competition record Francisca Ordega – UEFA competition record Francisca Ordega at SvFF Francisca Ordega at SvFF Profile at Washington Spirit Francisca Ordega at Soccerway
"Two of Us" is a song by Australian alternative rock band Birds of Tokyo. It was released on 17 January 2020; the song was premiered on the band's Good Lord Tour. The music video for "Two of Us" was released on 3 February 2020. Director Zac Lynch-Woodlock said "We all had a lot of fun making this clip. I've been friends with the guys for ages and when Glenn and Berney approached me about collaborating on a music video, I was super keen, they had some nice references in mind including the idea of doing the video as a one-shot which always presents its own unique set of challenges, Finding an interesting location that would allow continuous movement along a road for the entire song being one of them." Lynch-Woodlock said "We wanted to show Kenny's journey as a road to redemption and the clip picks up from the bloodied and beaten Kenny in the'Good Lord' music video.'Two of Us' travels with a bandaged Kenny as he transitions with the help of some friends to a place of happiness."