Super falcons news – Talking in front of the experience with Zambia, Super Falcons veteran safeguard Onome is looking past the destruction to South Africa and as of now has her eyes of the last.
Thomas Dennerby likewise guaranteed enthusiasts of super birds of prey that his group will address the missteps they made against South Africa in the next match.
“I remain nervous, the aim has not changed and we are definitely securing a ticket to the World Cup in France. “We hope to go all the way to the final in this tournament again, and of course we need to win against Zambia." He said.
In a press conference organised by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Ebi stated that the Super Falcons still have what it takes to emerge champions at the end of the tournament.
She said, “We are sorry (for the loss to South Africa). We were down but not out…we’re not leaving here without the trophy.”
Ohale also had words of encouragement for the team as she sat beside head coach Thomas Dennerby who assured the Super Falcons will bounce back.She said,
“The defeat against South Africa was a difficult result because we never expected it, but it happened the way it happened and we have learned a lot from it. "We are working very hard and ready to fight with everything within us to win tomorrow."