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2024 Olympic Qualifier: Cameroon Can Beat Super Falcons In Abuja — Bisseck

2024 Olympic Qualifier: Cameroon Can Beat Super Falcons In Abuja — Bisseck

Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon head coach, Jean -Baptiste Bisseck is confident his side can beat the Super Falcons of Nigeria in Abuja.

Bisseck’s side were held to 0-0 draw by the nine-time African champions at the Stade de la Reunification, Douala on Friday.

The two teams will do battle in the reverse fixture at the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja next week Monday.

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The gaffer stated that his side have what it takes to win the game.

“The collective is not yet very well established on our side. We’re going to go there and fight for qualification,” Bisseck said at a post-match press conference.

“We already know them we have seen the strong points and the weak points.”
The overall winners will face either African champions South Africa or Tanzania in the final round.


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  • I just hope a better ref will handle the second leg. The referring in Cameroon was horrendous. She allowed too much foul play to go ahead and denied Nigeria a legimate goal. 

    The idea of playing one of you best player during the World Cup in an unfamiliar position is worrisome. I don’t know why Tony Payne was played out of position. Oshoala needs to be told that football is team sport. Esther Okonkwo was waiting just to tap in but Oshoala was selfish. I still rate the super falcons to beat the ladies from Cameroon if Randy Waldrum gets his selection and tactics for the day right. This team is too talented to miss the 2014 Paris Olympics. 

    • The referee messed up no be small.

    • pompei 2 months ago

      Both Okonkwo goals looked legit.

    • Sportradio88.0 fm 2 months ago

      The referee is from Uganda..
      Check history of Uganda national ..
      Chamxxx nadbaddha… Nabadwoman .I suspected someone spoke to her before the game ..hence the attitude on the field of play. She even allowed rough player to favor the Cameroonian lady.
      If it was Cameroon that scored those goals .it would have been allowed.
      Again, if it was North Africa teams thatscored those goals referee wil allow it. So many cases like this ..I think nff don’t play the politics of the games .they are only interested in presenting teams .
      For rivers united they only needed 3 goals to displace dream fc not 4 ..
      And how to score the 3 goals and not concede, must be grind out .at home . Either by free kick and penalty.

  • Ololo 2 months ago

    I just hope nff have filed a report against the referee in the first leg.. how on earth were those two goals disallowed… No wonder only few African referees make it to the world cup..

    I don’t think Payne was played out of position, she plays in the wing at her club , and because we had three midfielder in abiodun, ayinde and ucheibu there was no extra space for Payne except on the wings

    Our girls did well, we actually won Cameroon and scored two good goals but we were robbed by poor officiating… That referee has no business officiating football games, she should find another job.. why no report by the federation asking questions from caf is what I really don’t understand..

    • This is not a case of space not available for Payne in the midfield. It is a case of the coach playing players out of position. This is a known fact with Waldrum. Ever since he took up the job of coaching super falcons, he has been playing the girls out of position. Ayinde, Abiodun and Ucheibe are one of a kind players. These are all defensive midfielders so why play 3 of them at the same time and push an attacking midfielder to the wing just because you want to play your preferred players. None of them are as good as Payne in that offensive midfield position. So, why didn’t Waldrum allow objectivity dictate his selection of players for each position rather than personal preference.
      In the 2nd half he also took out Payne and moved Ajibade to the midfield. Why is he refusing to play these girls to their greatest strength. Why use Oshoala ahead of Okonkwo when it is obvious that on current form and fitness, Okonkwo is the better player.
      The personal ideology of Waldrum is harming the super falcons and he needs to change.

  • benaka 2 months ago

    Similar words were spoken by the coaches of Ethiopia (who tied us 1-1 in Addis) and Cape Verde. We all know how those matches ended in Abuja.

  • See him mouth. 

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