Technical adviser of Bayelsa Queens Moses Adiku says the team want to end their 11 year barren run without a title and insists they have what it takes to snatch the title from their Sunday opponents.
Ruben Charity was the heroin as she scored the only goal of the game to Bayelsa Queens beat Sunshine Queens at Agege township stadium in Lagos on Friday.
Meanwhile Coach of the team Adiku said he’s happy his girls took their chances despite the fact that they weren’t at their best.
He said; “I want to attribute the victory to God. The weather didn’t help our kind of game which led to my girls deviating from our original playing pattern which can also be attributed to the fact that it’s been a long time since the league went off so I think we did well.”
Bayelsa Queens will aim to dethrone Nasarawa Amazons in final and Adiku added that the team knows what is at stake while also showered praises on goalkeeper Alaba Jonathan for the role she played.
“Our aim is to win the trophy because we’ve missed out of any trophy for 11 years,“
“Our goalkeeper was fantastic, our attackers didn’t see a lot of chances but the ones they saw they played well and took them but Sunshine could not take theirs.
“Sometimes football is like that, a times you don’t start well sometimes you do. Sunshine played good football for 90 minutes. I played football to a very high level and when I see good football I say it the way it is but my girls got the opportunity and they took it.” He said.
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