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Exclusive: 2022 WAFCON: Cameroon Will Be Tough But Super Falcons Will Triumph –Nwosu

Exclusive: 2022 WAFCON: Cameroon Will Be Tough But Super Falcons Will Triumph –Nwosu

Former Nigerian midfielder, Henry Nwosu believes the Super Falcons will conquer their Indomitable Lioness of Cameroon in Thursday’s quarter final clash of the ongoing 2022 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco.

The team book a ticket to face Cameroon after thrashing Burundi 4-0 in the last group C game on Sunday, to finish second behind leaders, South Africa.


In a chat with Completesports.com, Nwosu stated that the game against the Indomitable Lions will be tough but that Nigeria will be victorious at the end.



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“I expect a very fierce encounter against the Indomitable Lioness of Cameroon because of the rivalry between the two teams at the tournament.

“However, I am optimistic that the Super Falcons will eventually claim victory considering the fact that they must have learnt their lessons against South Africa.

“At this stage, the players must be focused and take every goal scoring chances that comes their way against Cameroon.”


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  • JEROPAL 4 weeks ago

    Today, after the match day WAFCON, one of the South African supersport analyst asked which team will qualify to the world cup? The man amongst the women said he wish all COSAFA team to be in the world cup. The woman asked again, between Cameroon and Nigeria which of them will go to SF? They all said in one accord that Cameroon will go through because they are better. Since they made that statement, I nor go lie, my spirit man dey vex. Why all the beef? SA hate us ohhhh. If no be corruption in Nigeria who be SA? I vex today, I have never felt this way. Una watch and listen to that derogatory comment?
    Tomorrow! Where are you? Nawa! I wish ours girls could humiliate their opponent tomorrow. God Bless Super Falcons, God Bless Nigeria.

    • Abdul 4 weeks ago

      My brother, the hate no be small. In my lil experience from traveling, most African countries don’t like us, except for those ones that are well exposed. They think we are so dominating and too boastful. However, I have never been moved by these things….infact when they say it, I do it more. Because that’s their problem, they should deal with it.

    • Chudynak 4 weeks ago

      Bros, that one no vex you pass me in the prediction by the panelist in the match against Botswana. One of them said Botswana would beat Nigeria 2-0 while the second lady predicted 2-2. I was so annoyed that I could not wait for the fireworks to begin and the reverse prediction of the first panelist became the fulltime scores!

  • MuYiwa 4 weeks ago

    How will they like Nigeria when the Falcons defeated them to win the WAFCON on their home soil in 2000 (The match was stopped around 78 mins when our girls were pelted with rocks). How will they like us when our SE picked up their 3rd AFCON title in 2013 also on their home soil? Why will they like Nigeria when we always boast that their 1996 AFCON title was due to the absence of the Eagles from that competition? How can they be happy with us when their women are always attracted to our men. How can they like us when our people over their are a threat to their lazy ass? It is a pity that the same SA that the whole of Africa, and Nigeria in particular, stood for during the apartheid era, now hate their big brother so much like Faiz and Rahat in Zee World’s Bollywood soap opera, ‘I do’.

    • JEROPAL 4 weeks ago

      In short,I tire ohhh. God go help us. I just pray we have good governance. God bless Nigerians.