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Oshoala: Super Falcons have technical problem

27 April 2016, 12:04Israel Ojoko

Lagos - Super Falcons forward Asisat Oshoala has revealed that she noticed a technical fault in the team during the qualifiers for the 10th Women Africa Cup of Nations against Senegal.

Nigeria needed goals in either half from experienced midfielder Rita Chikwelu and Osarenoma Igbinovia to see-off Senegal in Abuja and 3-1 on aggregate.

Despite booking a ticket to the tournament that has been fixed for 19 November – 3 December in the Cameroonian cities of Yaounde and Limbe, the Arsenal Ladies player is not technically satisfied with the team, and has called on the Nigeria Football Federation to come to their aid.

Also read: Oshoala, Oparanozie optimistic ahead of Senegal clash

“It’s a technical thing which the technical aspect of the NFF should look into, when we look back at the game, not as if we didn’t play well but I think something is missing in the team which I think it’s a technical problem,” she said.

“Not from the players or coaching crew, but I think one more step further, and we are there.”

Nigeria is the defending champions going into the competition.

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