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Former Eaglets skipper talks up Super Falcons

23 April 2014, 18:20Israel Ojoko

Abuja - Skipper of the FIFA Under -17 world cup winning Golden Eaglets, Musa Mohammed has tipped the Super Falcons to excel in the African Women Championship (AWC) billed for Namibia.

Obviously impressed with intensity of the girls in training and their commitment to the drills of their coaches, Mohamed, who watched along with his Flying Eagles team mates at the FIFA Goal Project pitch Wednesday morning, said he expects the girls to over run their Cameroonian counterparts when they meet in a friendly next week.

"I like what I saw this morning. I am impressed with the way the girls play. I like the high spirit in the team and I believe they would beat Cameroon and Rwanda easily if they keep on working hard.

"I will continue to pray for the Falcons to win in Africa and do well at the world stage. I believe this team will bring glory to Nigeria because they have been working hard and the players are very committed" he stated

The Besiktas of Turkey defender also urged the Falcons to also pray for the Flying Eagles and for to progress in his career.

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