Hamilton Warns Falcons: Don’t Underrate Your Opponents

Hamilton Warns Falcons: Don’t Underrate Your Opponents

Ahead of the Super Falcons opening match against Sweden at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada, former coach, Paul Hamilton urged the team not to underrate their opponents if they want to progress.

The coach Edwin Okon led side is in group D alongside former world Champions, United States of America, Sweden and Australia.

Hamilton who led the Nigerian women’s team to the 1991 inaugural FIFA World Cup in China, said the team are capable of springing surprises but need to be cautious at all times.

"The Super Falcons must not underrate any of their opponents from their group if they want to progress at the competition" he begins. "Though we look like the underdogs from the group with our opponents’ record, I am sure this team can spring up surprises."We need to tread  cautiously if we are to come out from the group and move to the next round." he sums up.

The seven time African champions have qualified for the FIFA World Cup seven times, as their best position at the Mundial is the quarter final stage in China.

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  • our super falcons will make us proud like the flying eagle the all years back, i predicted, the game will end 2:0 in favour of nigeria

  • Best of luck our treasures, hopping to see u back home wit the trophy

  • Eichie Cletus A. 6 years ago

    I think the girls we do us proud,with the form they are,they ll spring surprise in the tournament….Watchout for Azizat Oshoala and others.Goodluck Naija.

  • Good luck 2 u all out der. Dat is making our country proud interms of football…..

  • 'Paul Hamilton urged the team not to underrate their opponents if they want to progress'. Good advise coach.