Lagos - After qualifying for the finals of the African Women
Championship (AWC) billed for Namibia in October, the Nigeria Football
Federation (NFF) has told the Super Falcons to proceed on a break till further
The Super Falcons who have won the AWC eight times booked
their place in the tournament by dismissing Rwanda on an aggregate score of
12-1 after their first round opponents Sierra Leone withdrew from the first
Coach of the team, Edwin Okon who addressed the players
after their 8-0 return leg victory over Rwanda at the Ahmadu Bello stadium in
Kaduna urged them to return to their respective clubs and work hard to earn a
place in the next camping.
"As you return to your clubs, i want you all to keep
your heads cool and don't allow this little success and money get into your
head. I would be monitoring you to ensure that you maintain your fitness and
form. I would not invite any player that falls below expectation as we
regroup" said the Rivers Angels coach
He said that the team will most likely regroup
after the World Cup in Brazil in July adding that he would liaise with the NFF
and fix a date to open the camp.
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