In 2019 Players of Nigeria WNT, the Super Falcons held a crisis talk over the lack of identity and the waning dominance.
Nigeria reached the round of 16 at the FIFA Women’s World Cup and a year before had won another African title, however, the group felt the Super Falcons wasn’t performing to its optimum in spite of the quality of players.
At the meeting, concerns were raised about the Super Falcons’ not living up to it’s potential, forward Alice Ogebe told Brila.net.
The 27 year-old missed out on the ongoing Women’s Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco, but identified the same evidences that were observed in the team four years ago.
Ogebe insists the Super Falcons grinding out results against minnows speaks to a deeper problem besides game strategy and match tactics.
‘Some of the results we get even from wins often betray the quality of players in the team,’ Ogebe remarked.
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