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Super Falcons talk tough ahead AWC final

24 October 2014, 14:21Israel Ojoko

Windhoek - After beating South Africa 2-1 in the semifinals of African Women Championship (AWC), Super Falcons of Nigeria have spoken of their total determination to beat their arch rival Cameroon in the final on Saturday at the Sam Nujoma stadium in Windhoek, Namibia.

Nigeria looks set to claim the title yet again, after missing out last term.

“It will be a very sweet revenge. All I have to say concerning the final game is we are going all out for victory, I don't care the score line all I'm thinking and going for is the three points and victory,” said Onome Ebi.

Also read: Nigeria, Cameroon for AWC final

Asisat Oshoala said she is ready for Cameroon on Saturday.

“Two years ago at the 3rd place match we lost to Cameroon in a match we thought we would have salvaged something. I am thinking revenge. I think it's good to meet them again back to back just like what happened with South Africa, so I think we will give the same fight we gave to South Africa. We will win but I don't know by what score line.”

For Desire Oparanozie, Cameroon is not a threat to winning the trophy.

“I am not exactly thinking revenge because I don't see them stopping us. The team I feared before we arrived for the AWC was South Africa but that is done and dusted now. We are definitely coming out victorious, we will win the trophy, I can't say this is the exact scoreline but I know we are winning.”

Skipper Evelyn Nwabuoku said: “I have told my teammates that it is the title or nothing else. We are primed to reclaim the trophy we lost two years ago. We have reached this stage by the grace of God and with total commitment of the other players, we shall win the cup for President Goodluck Jonathan.

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