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2022 WAFCON Qualifiers: It’s Victory Or Nothing Against Black Queens -Ebi

2022 WAFCON Qualifiers: It’s Victory Or Nothing Against Black Queens -Ebi

Super Falcons defender Onome Ebi has disclosed that the team is condemned to defeat the Black Queens of Ghana in the 2022 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

The team will host Ghana at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena in the first leg of this fixture, while the second leg will hold in Accra on Sunday.

The Nine-time African champions will tackle their long-term rivals for a place in the African Women’s Championship, which serves as the qualifiers for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

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She said: These are two battles that we must win.

“We know that we have to start by winning well in Lagos on Wednesday and then go to Ghana and put up another big performance. We are not looking at this as home-and-away matches. We are looking at two matches that we must win.”

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  • Omo9ja 3 years ago

    Well spoken. I hope so oo o Ębi. NFF have destabilized the Super Falcons already. I don’t think coach Waldrum can get the best out of his team any more because NFF have taken over his job.

    The coach started well by introducing new players into to his team but now, he only invested Payne.

    Alozie, Ariyo, Zogg, Ashleigh, Inni Abas Umotong and others, where are these players NFF?

    Recycling players like Agu and Oga Rohr won’t work no more. We saw it against Bayana Bayana during the Aisha Buhari Cup.

    And we are expecting Nigeria to move forward?

    Ah, who does that kę.

    Putting bad and heartless people in charge of everything we do in Nigeria will do our nation no favor.

    Also, we have to be prayerful for Super Falcons to win against Ghana today.

    Why NFF decided to play the match today? Today is not the right time.

    They have forgotten that today is 20/10/2021?

    What does that mean? Can’t they remember what happened on that day last year?

    Well, if one of their relatives and families among those that lost their lives during the EndSars protest then Super Falcons would have played the match two to three days ago.

    Am weeping for you Nigeria football Federation. It is very bad of you if you don’t know.

    Do you think you can just do any how in Lagos NFF? Fooling yourselves by diverting our attentions from today’s protest? Kai, mba, we can’t forget our heroes that lost their lives during the EndSars protest last year.

    Enough of politics game in our sports. Nigeria must rise up again. Good luck to Super Falcons but the protest have to be continued. The governor of Lagos state have no choice. We must bring Nigeria back. God bless Nigeria!!!

    • Douglas john ufuoma 3 years ago

      Recycle u say, let me name them. Awoniyi, bassy, aribo, onyeka, akpoguma, Michael, bonka and others are now recycle players. Hmmmm, and what do endsars gets to do with today. Why are we like this in this country

  • Dr. Drey 3 years ago

    “…Recycling players like Agu and Oga Rohr won’t work no more. We saw it against Bayana Bayana during the Aisha Buhari Cup….”

    So Rohr and Agu are also to blame for what goes on in the Super Falcons too…..LMAOOooo. Your level of drunkenness is legendary

  • when will the match start?

  • Friday oyasi 3 years ago

    We should always be positive in our words, also let’s the sleeping dog lies, with this statement you have made, you are reminding some unscrupulous Nigerians youth to gurge out again for their selfish act again. In all let’s pray for this country Nigeria for good.

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