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Falconets coach fancies friendlies

23 July 2014, 13:31Israel Ojoko

Abuja - Falconets coach Peter Dedevbo said the friendly against Abees Academy of Abuja gives him the opportunity to study his team more critically in order to make corrections ahead of the forth coming FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup in Canada.

"With just days to the world cup, I am intensifying preparations to ensure the team do well at the fiesta. The friendly has giving me the chance to experiment with team selection and tactics", said Dedevbo.

This is the third time the two teams have lock horns, and on all occasions the Falconets have triumphed.

The Falconets continued their build up ahead of the FIFA U-20 World cup during the weekend as they defeated Abees Academy of Abuja in a two series friendly at an aggregate of 9-4 with both games played at the FIFA Goal project pitch Package B of Abuja National Stadium.

The matches are aimed at preparing the team for the FIFA U-20 women's world cup which comes up from 5-24th August 2014 in Canada.

The Falconets had earlier won the first game 5-1 with goals from Oshoala Asisat, Sunday Uchechi and Eyebhoria Winifred having a goal each while Ihezou Chinwendu grabbed a brace.

Their opponent fought hard in an attempt to get back to the game and where rewarded with 1 goal before the end of proceedings.

In the second game, the Falconets came out victorious thrashing the Abees boys 4-3.

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