Bayelsa Queens forward, Juliet Sunday says the team is battle ready for their semi-final clash against AS FAR of Morocco at the on-going 2022 CAF Women’s Champions League.
The encounter is billed for Stade Prince Moulay Hassan Abdellah, Rabat on Wednesday (today).
The Prosperity Girls started their campaign on a disappointing note, losing 2-1 to holders Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa.
The Prosperity Girls however fought back recording back-to-back wins against TP Mazembe and Wadi Degla.
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Sunday is certain about her teammates’ readiness for the Moroccans, while opening up on the individual targets she set to still achieve in the ongoing competition.
“We have trained hard and I believe we are fully prepared. My best is yet to come, we were losing a lot of chances because we hesitated too much, most times before the ball I am so excited to score, that is the reason,” Sunday explains,”Sunday was quoted by CAFonline.
“My team had worked on that, to be patient and score the goal, with the patience and training we’ve had now, we are going to convert our chances.
“My aim and what I look to achieve in this competition is to win the trophy and also to be given the woman of the tournament. I am hopeful and believe it will come to pass.”
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By Adeboye Amosu