Super Falcons Head Coach, Florence Omagbemi, has stated that her team will do everything possible to retain their Africa Women's Cup of Nations title at this year's edition in Cameroon next month, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
The Falcons are drawn in Group B along with Kenya, Ghana and Mali for this year's AWCON which runs from 19th November to 3rd December.
Although yet to have the full complement of the players, especially the foreign -based players who are yet to arrive camp, Omagbemi revealed that she was happy with the form of the team so far.
"I am impressed with the sessions I have had with the ladies since I got in," Omagbemi told thenff.com.
"It's a process and we just started. We want to build from where we stopped from the qualifiers because I still have the players we used to execute those
matches. Just waiting for the foreign -based to join the team andwe will continue.
"When we get to Cameroon we will take each and every of our matches one at a time, but right now the main objective is to prepare the team well for the
"I know that everyone is expecting us to go to Cameroon to do well. By God's grace, with sound preparation we will do well," Omagbemi concluded.
Meanwhile, the overseas -based Super Falcons players expected are:
Rita Chikwelu (Umea IK, Sweden);
Ngozi Okobi (Vittsjo FC, Sweden);
Faith Ikidi (Pitea IF, Sweden);
Ngozi Ebere (PSG Ladies, France);
Evelyn Nwabuoku (Avant
Guingamp, France); Desire
Oparanozie (Avant Guingamp,
France); Francisca Ordega
(Washington Spirit, USA) and;
Asisat Oshoala (Arsenal Ladies)
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