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Paris 2024 Qualifier: It’s Do Or Die Against Super Falcons — Ramalepe

Paris 2024 Qualifier: It’s Do Or Die Against Super Falcons —  Ramalepe

Banyana Banyana of South Africa defender, Lebohang Ramalepe has described the team’s upcoming 2024 Olympic Games qualifier against Nigeria a “do or die” affair.

The two rivals are battling for one of Africa’s two spots for the women’s football event.

The two-legged qualifier is expected to be keenly contested with both teams desperate to feature at the Olympics.

While the Super Eagles are keen to make a return to the Olympics after a 16-year absence, Banyana Banyana are looking to qualify after missing out four years ago in Tokyo.

Ramalepe stated that the desire of both teams to secure a place at the olympics will make both games tough.

“Remember, both of us missed the last Olympics, so this game is a do or die kind of game,” the Sowetan.

This is a new challenge for us and we are not going to dwell much on what happened in our last encounters with Nigeria because we might lose ourselves if we do that.”


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 8
  • Ubah 1 week ago

    This woman will surely die. What’s wrong with this people

    • Dokenu 1 week ago

      I tired o! 

      Our queens are not even talking. 

      They will talk on the field. 

    • Because they mentally barbaric. It’s only ghana that’s worst than them.

  • Thank God the return leg is in south Africa. Let her go and die in her country not in Nigeria.

  • I wonder what Ellis, Danny Jordan, and their girls would when they lose the ticket? NFF should please beef up the stadium with security o. Cos the way these South Africans are acting and talking like it’s a war, a fight may break out when if the result doesn’t;t go their way.

    A match that is in NIgeria, the opponents have become louder than the home team. It’s part of psychological game plan to intimidate before the match. And CSN please stop pushing that agenda. Report from the SF camp only from now until Friday.

    Enough of SA news for now. is out camp full now> I know Waldrum is already on ground. You said 14 players yesterday. What’s the update?

  • Ipetu Madu 1 week ago

    Nigeria will win big. Person wey get headache go use panadol.

  • I’m Dav. Nigeria will qualify.
    Please find today a resting hope of assurance. No shaking. Football is a game played on the field not on social media. Listen, Nigeria was technically rubbed against this SA team. Also, Morroco. SA wants to die to defeat Ngr. The universal force favours Nigeria. This is what I have seen.

  • Field Marshall. General. Sir Johnbob 7 days ago

    Football is not played with mouth or backed by delusions of grandeur, this one is talking about conditions in Nigeria? You want to compare to that your drug fueled, killing, armed robbery and slave mentality, stupidity and lack of respect for even your own parents that dominates your own country abi? E be like say dem never tell this one say we have always been free – This game is the “FREEMANS” vs the “SLAVES” – The freeman wins always!

    You wen be say, Oyinbo come your country come make you dey serve dem, you come come freeman’s yard begin run your dirty mouth? Nor be your fault – MUGU!

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