Paris FC and Nigerian goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie is confident that the Super Falcons will come out strengthened when they face the Black Queens of Ghana in the opening round of their AWCON’ 22 qualifiers next month.
The nine-time African champions Nigeria, have been in a deflated form in recent time following a lackluster performance in earlier outings that culminated in the shocking 4-2 defeat to South Africa in the just concluded Aisha Buhari Women’s Tournament in September.
The Super Falcons goalie however believes the team will amend their ways and produce a better outcome against Ghana on October 18.
The erstwhile Rivers Angels goalkeeper revealed to Ojbsport after Paris FC’s 4-0 drubbing at the hands of PSG Féminine that:
“We lost to South Africa at the Aisha Buhari Cup, so I think it’s a wake up call for us and we’ve spoken about it among ourselves. We have to come out stronger next month against Ghana and try to win.”
Super Falcons begins the quest for another coveted African crown and upon successful triumph over the Black Queens, they will compete against the winner between Niger and Ivory Coast to fight for a place the competition slated for June 2 to 23 next year in Morocco after it was cancelled in 2020 due to the outbreak of corona virus pandemic.