The Nigeria Football Federation is committed to helping the Super Falcons of Nigeria qualify for the next African Women’s Championship.
The team will face Ivory Coast in the final phase of the qualifiers billed for next February.
As part of the preparation for the tie, the African Champions had seven days training camp exercise in Abuja, where they also play a friendly match against a local team.
General Secretary of the NFF, Dr. Mohammed Sanusi, who received the players and their officials at the NFF Secretariat, assured the Falcons of maximum support from the Federation.
“We will set aside resources to organize more of this type of camping so that we will always get the best from home and abroad and blend them to perform at an optimal level when the need arises. ”
Sanusi also advised the players to remain committed to the task at hand.
“We are aware of the challenge that Cote d’Ivoire will pose when we confront them for a place at next year’s Women AFCON. We need players who are committed and are proud to dorn the country’s colours and will strive to deliver no matter the circumstances.”
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