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2023 WWC: Canada Boss Wary Of ‘Unpredictable Opponent’ Super Falcons

2023 WWC: Canada Boss Wary Of ‘Unpredictable Opponent’  Super Falcons

Canada head coach, Brev Priestman reckoned the Super Falcons can be unpredictable.

Priestman’s side will take on the Super Falcons in their Group B clash at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup on Friday morning.

The Olympic champions are favourites to win the contest but the gaffer has warned her players they must be at their best against the West Africans.

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“With Nigeria, you could argue that their consistency hasn’t been great, but when they’re good, they’re really good,” she was quoted by FIFA.com.

“I just think we just need a calmness and a belief in what we do well. We’ll be going to try and top the group.”

Canada and Nigeria met twice in a friendly last year with the North Americans claiming one win and the other game ending in a draw.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 2
  • CHIJIOKE 10 months ago

    Nigeria will beat them by 2-1

  • Field Marshall. General. Sir Johnbob 10 months ago

    Here we go again -What an imbecile!
    It’s that bloody racist moniker that these dumb crackers always troop out whenever they are speaking about black nations/people and most especially African ones or 3rd world blacks – You’ll always hear the daft cretins roll out terms like “unpredictable”, “naive” etc the dumb f***s!.

    You wait and see, things are rapidly changing and the truth is rapidly being unearthed, very soon that unpredictability that you people always feel so comfortable leveling at black people will soon rear up and swallow you all up whole!

    Crazy crackpot crackers! – Apologies but these tools know how to rub a person up the wrong way abeg

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