Super Falcons : “I Saw People Crying” The Outcome Of Our 2024 Olympics Dream Uncertain – Prophetess

The Super Falcons of Nigeria will hope to qualify for its first ever Summer Olympics after missing in action for almost two decades; reports.

The Super Falcons eager to qualify for the games must see out the Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon obstacle today in Abuja.

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The nine-time African champions played out a barren draw last week, during the first fixture of the game in Douala.

Reacting ahead of the game, controversial religious leader Elizabeth, revealed the uncertainty surrounding the must-win match.

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Super Falcons defender Michelle Alozie in action against Ethiopia

What was said about the Super Falcons

According to her, a whole lot of people were left disgruntled and unsatisfied following the outcome of the fixture.

“I saw people crying. People at the bench had their hands above their heads, looking disgruntled and unsatisfied.

“The Super Falcons may overcome the Cameroonians, but will end up not going for the games,” she said.

Meanwhile, head coach of the Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon Jean-Baptiste Bisseck told reporters that his girls can’t travel all the way from Douala to come and lose to Super Falcons.

According to the manager, his side will not entertain any fear, and prepared to win.

Coach Jean-Baptiste Bisseck

“We will play on the Abuja field as if we are playing at home. Cameroon will not entertain any fear. The Lionesses are prepared to win and make progress,” the gaffer was quoted by

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In a related story, coach Randy Waldrum told NFFTV that his girls will replicate their achievements at the 2023 FIFA women’s World Cup tournament in Australia and New Zealand today against Cameroon.

At the world cup, Nigeria were unbeaten, winning two group games and drawing one, before crashing out against the Lionesses of England.

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