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2022 WAFCON Qualifier: Super Falcons To Face Cote d’l voire In Second Round

2022 WAFCON Qualifier: Super Falcons To Face Cote d’l voire In Second Round

African champions, Super Falcons of Nigeria will face West African rivals Cote d’l voire In the second round of the qualifiers for the 2022 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations.

The Ivorians defeated Niger Republic 11-0 in the second leg of their first round contest in Abidjan on Monday.

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The Elephant Ladies won the contest 20-0 on aggregate.

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The Super Falcons secured a place in the next round following a 2-1 aggregate win against Black Queens of Ghana.

Randy Waldrum’s side won the first leg 2-0 at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena, Lagos, but lost the reverse fixture 1-0 in Accra.

It would be recalled that the Ivorians eliminated Nigeria from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifiers.

The second round qualifiers will hold in February, 2022.

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  • Omo9ja 1 month ago

    I won’t blame our Super Falcons for the struggles they are facing at the moment because, when we have a system that very corrupt, this is what we get.

    If NFF treat Falcons the way they are treating Eagles, no team in Africa can beat Super Falcons just any how.

    All the best to you ladies. Go and do your best for your fatherland. God is in control and we are solidly behind you Super Falcons. God bless Nigeria!!!

     
    • MuYiwa 1 month ago

      @Omo9ja, do you mean to say that the Falcons will play better if their coaches are owed 8 months salaries and the players not being paid their bonuses, or professional players being asked to play on bad pitches where the ball doesn’t bounce well? Have u not noticed that Aribo as well as other players have struggled whenever they play on African pitches? Is that the special treatment that you crave for?

       
    • Dr. Drey 1 month ago

      Hahahahaha…..LMAOOoo….where are your Waldrum praise-singing tunes….LMAOooo. After series of rag-tag unconvincing displays with scrappy wins and “flawless” losses, you have suddenly remembered there is corruption in NFF….LMAOOooo.

      Wait till NFF starts treating the falcons like the SE by owing them 2 years bonuses and owing Waldrum 8 months salaries…you will know the difference between discipline and disciple……LMAOOoo

      From Waldrum is ten times better than Rohr, to “God is in control”……LMAOOOoooo

      Awon oluya….! (Apologies to Ayphillydegreat)

       
    • Odion Ezomo 1 month ago

      Lol but I have read here several times u praise the coach so much that u even said his stregies of using players were better than Rhor u never remember corruption in the nff abi? Now that they performed below per u attributed it to corruption in nff common omonaija always try to be objective nd non partisan haba

       
  • osaretin 1 month ago

    my real question is how on earth is NFF, GFA and IFF with ECOWAS football fraternity agreeing to this stupid pairing for qualification. the strongest block in Africa football (Ecowas) are knocking their teams out and we are seeing rubbish teams from East, North and southern Africa having easy ride to qualification. it s a great setback to women football