By James Agberebi:
Super Falcons assistant coach Ann Chiejine has assured that the team will approach their last Group B clash against already eliminated Kenya on Saturday, at the 2016 Africa Women' s Cup of Nations, with all the seriousness it deserves.
The Falcons are on four points and must avoid defeat against Kenya to guarantee qualifying for the semi-finals.
"We are here for business we will be ready to play against Kenya. The players are looking forward to the match," former Nigeria goalkeeper Chiejine told Cafonline.
"Every team qualified is a good team and we are leaving no stone unturned. We know them (Kenya) and we will play as if it is our first match. Every team is as good as winning the championship."
Falcons midfielder Ngozi Okobi also echoed Chiejine's thoughts ahead of the game against Kenya.
She said: "My first match was against Ghana. I saw that the midfield was collapsing against Ghana and that is exactly what I came on to do.
"Our expectation is to win all games and playing against Kenya is no child’s play."Jiji.ng the cheapest online shopping in Nigeria.
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