Super Falcons coach Thomas Dernneby has assured Nigerians and supporters of super Falcons that his girls will keep improving as they progress in the 2018 African Women Cup of Nations currently taking place in Accra and Cape Coast in Ghana.
Dernneby while speaking in a pre match briefing this morning in Cape Coast says preparations for the last group B match against Equatorial Guinea was as normal as ahead of any other match but with an aim of improving on the last performance against Zambia.
On the missed scoring chances by Falcons in the second match against Zambia, Coach Dernneby said as a coach with a long standing experience, he knew that the Falcons would have scored more goals in their match against Zambia but he had since let that off his mind and is working on correcting the mistakes rather than making the players stressed up.
” We would have scored more goals against Zambia but we miss the chances and we are now working on improving on that. We keep working on correcting it and not to make the players stressed up and feel disappointed “.
, The captain of Super Falcons, Rita Chikwelu, said the Falcons are not in any way looking down on Equatorial Guinea but that they are giving them maximum respect because they are two times champions of Africa.
Chikwelu, reassured Nigerians that the match tomorrow against Equatorial Guinea will not be an exception from convincing victory for the Falcons as they are not relenting on their mission of getting a world cup ticket and wining the trophy for a record 9 times.
Super Falcons will tomorrow Saturday play their last group B match against Equatorial Guinea at the Cape Coast stadium by 4 PM Ghana and 5pm Nigerian time.
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