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WAFCON 2022: Super Falcons Train Tonight In Mohammedia Ahead 3rd-Place Clash Vs Zambia

WAFCON 2022: Super Falcons Train Tonight In Mohammedia Ahead 3rd-Place Clash Vs Zambia

Nigeria’s Super Falcons are set to train at the Stade El Bechir Mohammedia, in Mohammedia Morocco, ahead of their 2022 Women’s Africa Cup Of Nations (WAFCON) Third-Place match against Zambia in Casablanca on Friday, Completesports.com reports.

The Super Falcons are set to take on the Copper Queens of Zambia tomorrow [Friday July 22] at the Mohammed V Stadium Casablanca.

The Falcons lost 5-4 on penalties to the Atlas Lionesses of Morocco in the semifinals on Monday 18 July at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium Rabat after the two sides ended it 1-1 in 120 minutes

Yasmin Mrabet’s own goal gave the Super Falcons the lead and Sanaa Mssoudy netted the equaliser for the Moroccans.

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The Copper Queens lost 1-0 to Banyana Banyana of South Africa in the semi-final on Monday 18 July at the Mohammed V Stadium through Linda Molthalo’s solitary winner netted from a spot-kick in the 94th minute.

The Super Falcons media team announced the Nigerians’ last training session ahead of the Third-Place match via the team’s Twitter playform.

“We will train 7-8pm today [Thursday] at the Stade El Bechir, Mohammedia ahead of of tomorrow’s WAFCON 2022 third place game against Zambia. First 15 minutes open to the media,” the Tweet reads.

The Super Falcons who have won Women’s Africa Cup Of Nations (WAFCON) nine times, won the bronze medal at WAFCON 2008 and finished fourth in 2012.

By Toju Sote

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 2
  • It is a shame that NFF didn’t take case up with the match against Morocco concerning the use of Lasser lights on super falcons during the match.
    I expect NFF to take this up with caf and if caf do nothing about the complaint NFF shpul write FIFA on the matter. I’m so surprise that NFF keep quiet on the matter even till now.

    God bless you girls.

    To me you are still the best in Africa.

    God bless Nigeria.

     
  • Codex 4 weeks ago

    Not surprised that it’s just 1 hour training,if it’s going to be 1 hour then it’s got to have 2 to 3 sessions,but like I said I’m not surprised because the players are being owed by a clueless NFF.