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2023 Revelations Cup: ‘Super Falcons Must Redeem Their Image Against Costa Rica,’ Eucharia Uche

2023 Revelations Cup: ‘Super Falcons Must Redeem Their Image Against Costa Rica,’  Eucharia Uche

Former Nigeria international, Eucharia Uche, has urged the Super Falcons to redeem their image, when they face Costa Rica in their final game of the 2023 Revelations Cup in Mexico on Tuesday.

The Falcons go into the game against Costa Rica on the back of seven consecutive defeats.

Their latest setback was a 1-0 loss to Colombia in their second game at the Mexico four-nation tournament.

And the last time the Falcons last won a game was at the 2022 Women’s Cup of Nations in Morocco when they beat Cameroon 1-0 in the quarter-finals.

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And ahead of the Falcons game with Costa Rica, Uche tasked the players to do everything possible to end their campaign in Mexico with a win.

“It won’t be nice to go to a tournament play three matches and lose all,” Uche, a former Falcons head coach said on Brila FM.

“At least it’s a consolation game they should go all out for it at least for prestige sake, to redeem their image for our name sake. They should go all out and have a win, it won’t be a bad one.”

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  • Ukpong Iniobong 1 year ago

    I think the super falcon is not doing well under waldrum. When we had indegenous coaches in the past, they used to perform well. In 1999 women world cup coach ntiero effiom took them to quater finals, the highest they have ever gone in world cup history. I think this foreign coach doesn’t really know the way we play and what he should do to make the team formidable enough.

    • Oloruntoba 1 year ago

      Wrong. Ismaila mabo was super falcons coach in 1999 women world cup.

  • Toluwase 1 year ago

    Don’t worry ladies. You will be fine. Tough times never last.

    The darkest night will end and the sun will rise again.

    We still love you.

  • Olujjjj 1 year ago

    If u throw up a knife hundred times it will land as usual.as long as the coach continue to do same thing all the time then .it will lule . Olule olule 7 times now .
    As long as the coach don’t want to have an engine room in his team . He wil lose against cost Rica.
    U don’t go into a competition and waiting for mother luck to score or win a game all the time. U put a structure,a foundation for the building. One two three goal . One two goal . If u try it 3 , 4 times a goal wil come

  • Oloruntoba 1 year ago

    Wrong. Ismaila mabo was super falcons coach in 1999 women world cup.

  • Bobo Colorado Springs 1 year ago

    ‘Redemption’ is now the new word for our national teams.

  • Ako Amadi 1 year ago

    I wonder how a captain of Nigeria can walk out with the Nigerian flag looking like a circus clown. Why does the NFF permit all this dying of hair blue and red etc.Is it not indicative of a lack of discipline and focus? I am talking about Oshoala and Ajibade.

  • Codex 1 year ago

    Why is CSN not streaming this match especially when we’re leading 1-0 not cool at all.

  • Omo9ja 1 year ago

    Good job, ladies. Super Falcons has what it takes to win this inventional tournament, but unfortunately, the coaching crew has letting the team down big time. Don’t expect too much from Super Falcons if coach Waldrum is in charge of the Falcons at the World Cup.

    We have so many young talented players in this squad that can bring something unique to the team. All it requires is to bring in a local coach who understands our style of play and our objectives.

    I am not sorry to say this. Coach Waldrum can not do more than this. Just like Oga Rohr. Please, NFF, do something before it is too late. God bless Nigeria!!!

  • Footballfanatic 1 year ago

    Even though we won 1-0 Waldrum is still a horrible coach and will be thoroughly exposed at the WC

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