Stephen Dunmoye

Nigeria’s Falconets has prepared to brawl Canada at the ongoing U-20 Women World Cup in Costa Rica on Wednesday.

Falconets Team coach, Christopher Danjuma said that the game against Canada, who currently occupied the bottom spot on the group table, is an opportunity to continue improving in every area.

In her words, “God has been helping us, we’ve been building the team. Games after game we’ve been building strength, and I believe the game against Canada is also one of those games that we want to improve on our lot on every area that we have noticed that we need to work on”

“The more matches you win, the more respect it earns you.”

According to a midfielder, Mercy Idoko, “We are going all out for this game as we are not looking at the fact that we have been winning. We won’t take this game lightly and will put in more effort accompanied with goals. Nigerians should expect victory from us.”

Biodun Deborah also said, “after playing France we improved in our next game and I’m very certain that with the corrections and improvements that our coaches have made on us, the next game against Canada we’ll also come all out because we want to keep winning.”